Screenshots for v1.10.
Instead of using black for the background, would it be possible to make it translucent on Vista/7 (i.e. use Glass)?
Not really sure on how to achieve that, but I can give it a go.
I Thought that's what I suggested last night.Quote:
As for tabs, thats a genius idea...I will work on that now
Just change or adjust the percentage value, lower percentage is more translucent where as higher is less see through ( if that makes sense )
It will only do it when you run the project or launch the app not in design mode / view
Background is "transparent" according to Visual Studio 2010
Custom Proxies can be added along with the preset ones
*edit* uploaded correct version! lol
I don't know if this helps, but this is how you do translucency in C#...
A few problems I seem to have.
Windows 6 x64 OS
EduGod crashes with this message when I click the following buttons
Defrag, System restore, Presentation manager (What is this?), msconfig, printer migration and component services.
The pre-made proxy settings dont seem to work for me either. I click the embc one for example and no message appears and my proxy settings in IE9 havent changed.
Here's how it looks for me:)
Its not yet designed for 64bit...I am going to finish up the 32bit version before cracking on with 64bit....
As for the coding language, I am not using C or any of its variants. I want the coding kept to myself and @Steve21 for the time being :)
I think translucency is a bit more difficult in Visual Basic... :(
Also, instead of hard-coding paths could you simply run them by calling the EXE? :confused:
Interaction.Shell("C:\\Windows\\System32\\mstsc.exe", AppWinStyle.MinimizedFocus, false, -1);
Process.start doesn't work for the majority of processes....but its by the by...I am coding a separate one for win7 64bit.
Any more proxies for me to add anyone?