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PeterF PeterF Aragon IT
  • Hey, ASP.NET team...

    Well, it means an ROI for the developer, right?

    Perform the browser check for the browsers you plan to support, and output different javascripts accordingly.

  • Where is C9 going?

    Cool Wink
    Don't forget the camera!
    But I guess you're not going to get away with filming some of the new controls. I'm particularly interested to see the new picture-scroller control, which at the center displays a few rows of pictures, and on the left and right side the other pictures in perspective, with the horizontal scrollbar showing the timeline and statistical info of the number of pictures taken each month (something Google implemented in Picasa)

  • Where is C9 going?

    Could you interview some of the Dutch people from Delft that are on the Longhorn design team? It has been said they do some fantastic stuff, even that I could be regarded as a little biassed as I'm from Holland as well Tongue Out

    Ask them how they feel about their work being able to change usability aspects

    Tnx Wink

  • Microsoft software implicated in air traffic shutdown

    I believe that has been covered by the "How dare you Microsoft!!??" thread and most agreed it was caused by bad coding of the trafic guidance application...

    Too bad for them that Microsoft can't be held responsible, I hope this company is properly insured Wink

  • kb305153 resurgence in Win XP sp2?

    Hi Luke

    Try to press and hold the CTRL-key while clicking on the link and look if it helps. The CTRL key overrides protection. Dunno if you could expect that your users do the same thing each time though...

    Good luck,

  • New PC Build - Back up solutions

    Hi Andy

    There is the Files and Setting Transfer Wizard, but indeed, some kind of automatic thing to store your documents and settings folder in a more friendly way would be nice.


  • Wtf is going on?

    Inter Continental Ballistic Missile?

    Well, at least my ignoring skills improved lately Wink

  • one computer with two screen


    At work I use a Matrox Parhelia video card attached to two monitors. You could attach one more screen to it, but the you get a virtual stretched screen, like 2400x600. I have it set up as two independant screens, mind you that Matrox is still the only one to offer independant screens from one video card under Windows 2000 (if that would be one of the requirements)

    You can launch two forms from one application, and through System.Windows.Forms.Screen.AllScreens you can also get the WorkingArea of the screens and also if the screen is Primary so you can resize and place the forms accordingly.

    About communicating with each other? Because you could opt for one application I would use events to send out messages internally.

    You should be able to find some samples for C# in the .NET SDK.

    Good luck with your project,

  • Unified Security Protocol Provider - LsaSrv [Problem]

    Hi Ben

    Maybe you can use the SSL Diagnostics tool to troubleshoot the communication.

    Does restarting the process maybe work?

    Good luck,

  • And For Some Light Relief

    Saw it already on bink today Smiley

    Can anyone confirm that it was really mr.Ballmer himeself? This could be even more of a classic than the developer developer video Big Smile