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May, 2004

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    Dot net client articles.

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    Find some interesting information regarding “How to in Windows Forms?“ here .
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    ActiveX controls on WinForms?

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    You can use Windows Forms controls in web pages – see http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/02/01/UserCtrl/default.aspx But, We only support using Windows Forms controls in IE and in MFC7.x (see official statement of support below). We do...
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    Whats new in Whidbey?

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    Windows Forms 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 (both codenamed "Whidbey") are the next release of Microsoft’s smart client platform and tools. Check here for upcoming features .
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    New Layout Mechanism in Whidbey.

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    Whidbey provides a rich Layout Mechanism. This is provided by two new containers, namely, the TableLayoutPanel and the FlowLayoutPanel. Also almost every control now provides a “AutoSize” property which allows the control to dynamically grow...
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    XP Style WinForms

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    If you want to use XP themed forms in your solution (in pre whidbey) then remember that XP requires a manifest file to be in the same directory with the EXE to make this work. (e.g) put the app.exe.manifest in the same folder as app.exe There are articles...
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    What are these "Threading Models" and why do I care?

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    I had a recent bug on my plate about Drag-Drop operations not working on non-STA Threads. This made me curious to find out more information about thread apartments. This is a great article which explains the threading models.
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    How does Z-ordering work?

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    There is this great article on MSDN which explains the z-order for the windows forms controls.
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