I disagree with everything I just said
I have spent the last couple of weeks going over an application I wrote 5 years ago, (the one I referred
I apologize for having no code formatting. I've had to re-install Windows on my PC and am now getting strange behavior with Visual Studio, I haven't had time to configure Windows Live Writer and any of the plugins that can format the code.
As soon as this is done, I will edit it and modify this post.
Last week I wrote about PowerTab and how it can be helpful. I went to www.dnrtv.com and saw something
After the formatting disaster that was my attempt at posting about JumpLists in Windows 7 , I tried in
I never did get back to posting the C# version. Well, in C# you can achieve the same thing but it is a mroe involved procedure.
You start by typing the intended name for your class. At this point you then click on the smart tag and generate the class from usage.
Next, for each property, you click the smart tag and generate from usage.
It's not the breeze you get from VB but you still get the job done, and it beats the life out of writing the code for the new class out for youself.
I must apologize to all the left-brained developers out there. After downloading the RC, along with TFS, I realized that the screen-shot I had seen with a bug entry screen, was not a prototyping thing, but it was Microsoft Test Manager, formerly Test Lab something something.
I never had TFS before so I've never seen it run before, and had my hopes up thinking we had a Visual Studio equivalent for sketchflow. Well it isn't, and I apologize for raising hopes to those of us who are not designer types. But probably MS can take a hint and make something like that in the next version.
Yeah, Red Gate said *they* were going to keep Reflector free, but then made the "business decision" to start charging for it.
For a free tool, Just Decompile is great. It has my love. Telerik, please don't break my heart the way that Red Gate did...
as for me, i prefer to use this tool to record skype calls www.imcapture.com/IMCapture_for_Skype, it's nice!)
Thanks for the link ferry. Didn't know about that product. What appealed to me about the one I posted about was that it has source code in .NET which is very cool for people like me.
Always like to see some cool code. :)
You may also want to try MX SkypeRecorder
http://skyperec.com/ which seems quite stable. Well, at least it never let me down unlike other apps. Hope it'll help.
Better try MX SkypeRecorder
which is very simple and reliable, works in fully automatic or manual mode and supports various voip apps.