sano the super geek

the endeavors of a professional geek at microsoft.

January, 2005

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    ColorPicker.NET Update #2

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    I’ve uploaded the most recent binaries for ColorPicker.NET. A lot of changes have been made to the codebase to improve performance as well as the overall experience. Some noticeable changes are: You can copy, enter and paste hex values. You can...
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    ColorPicker.NET update

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    Thanks to everyone who provided comments on the binaries that I released the other day. I spent a good portion of this evening cleaning up some problems that FXCop uncovered and got started on adding the features that some of you suggested. I should have...
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    ColorPicker.NET

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    I do quite a bit of UI design work during my spare time and often find myself with the need to sample colors for my designs. Using Adobe Photoshop isn't effective for three reasons: (1) It takes a long time to load up, (2) It consumes resources, especially...
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    DataGrid Q&A #2

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    Q: How do I extend the DataGrid's furthest right column so that the column (or, at least, the column header) extends all the way to the right edge of the grid when the furthest right column is visible? A: In all of my articles on the Windows Forms DataGrid...
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    DataGrid Q&A

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    I received an e-mail today that contained a question that I've seen posted across several different newsgroups and thought that others would find my response useful. Q: Is it possible to have a single datagrid split in two parts, with the same vertical...
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    Styling With the DataGridColumnStyle, Part 2

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    The second part of my two-part article on customizing the Windows Forms DataGrid control has been published. In this part, I focus on guiding the reader through the creation of custom column styles. Enjoy.
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