Yahoo! Messenger with WPF Goes Live!

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    Brandon LeBlanc

    Hey Larry - this is one sweet app. Yahoo! has really shown off some interesting UI capabilities. Hopefully the Windows Live Messenger folks are paying attention Wink

    However it does not use Silverlight. Silverlight is designed for delivering awesome interactive experineces on the web through its multi-browser plugin. Yahoo! Messenger for Windows Vista utilizes the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) which is built in to Windows Vista (and available for download for XP users). WPF is not Silverlight.

    - Brandon

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    Brandon LeBlanc

    Hey Larry - this is one sweet app. Yahoo! has really shown off some interesting UI capabilities. Hopefully the Windows Live Messenger folks are paying attention Wink

    However it does not use Silverlight. Silverlight is designed for delivering awesome interactive experineces on the web through its multi-browser plugin. Yahoo! Messenger for Windows Vista utilizes the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) which is built in to Windows Vista (and available for download for XP users). WPF is not Silverlight.

    - Brandon

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    LarryLarsen

    Thanks Brandon, fixed. I had Silverlight on the brain tonight. Wink

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    John Ellis

    You know, there's been a lot of rumours going around that MS would be interested in buying Yahoo- with products like this it makes more and more sense.

    I am a very pro-Microsoft individual however I must say I wish MS would join forces with Yahoo so that things like this beautiful software were a standard rather than the exception.

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    John Ellis

    You know, there's been a lot of rumours going around that MS would be interested in buying Yahoo- with products like this it makes more and more sense.

    I am a very pro-Microsoft individual however I must say I wish MS would join forces with Yahoo so that things like this beautiful software were a standard rather than the exception.

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