« on: November 11, 2008, 06:36 AM »
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1.However, you can use Right Win-key.I checked out, and found that system win-hotkey as win+D, win+R, etc. perfectly works with MouseAltTab without any conflicts and problems. Only start menu do not appears when Left winkey pressed down. This is only one inconvenience of using all advantages of MouseAltTab[/edit]You can only use the right Win key if your keyboard has one.-wep (August 07, 2008, 03:52 PM)
Autohotkey makes such visual bugs which appreciable on the slow PC.
I fixed this bug partly (I forgot to include return command for CapsLock handler ). For more smooth switching WinEsc must switch transparency between 125(semi-transparent) and 255(pseudo-non-transparent) values. But transparency feature slowing down the PC. I used switching between 125 and transparency-off values to prevent it, in the WinEsc. I'll try to fix this bug by other way.[/edit]
I made new version of WinEsc to make possible invert function to switch transparent window temporarily to non-transparent and to also to make transparency permanent and its value changeable. I'll upload it soon.
.NET 3.5 SP1 introduces a new setup package option for developers building .NET client applications called the ".NET Framework Client Profile". This provides a new setup installer that enables a smaller, faster, and simpler installation experience for .NET client applications on machines that do not already have the .NET Framework installed.Well, this makes the decision a lot easier
The .NET Framework Client Profile setup contains just those assemblies and files in the .NET Framework that are typically used for client application scenarios. For example: it includes Windows Forms, WPF, and WCF. It does not include ASP.NET and those libraries and components used primarily for server scenarios. We expect this setup package to be about 26MB in size, and it can be downloaded and installed much quicker than the full .NET Framework setup package.
Nice list. Are you using FF V2 or V3?Firefox 3.-Armando (August 05, 2008, 02:18 AM)
If you use hotkeys, you can't do that -- the menu opens, but the arrow keys do nothing mad
Double click in Direct Folders doesn't work for me under Vista. (and I'm not the only one: see the first comment at http://blog.codesect...folders-33-released/). However, it has a big advantage over FileBox eXtender -- the hotkeys are actually useful!-alexey_r (March 23, 2008, 02:32 AM)