Get it from http://silverlight.net/GetStarted, along with the developer tools, documentation and the June update to Blend 2.5.
Lots of new goodies – as ever, Scott Guthrie’s blog has a comprehensive guide. I’m not going to try and compete with him today: my family tell me it’s time for the weekend to start!
If you’re looking for something to try out, there’s an updated version of Hard Rock’s Memorabilia site, but the really cool new site out there is a graphical adventure called Buddy Knavery, written in the style of old-school games like Zak McKracken and Maniac Mansion. I’ve already wasted far too much time playing with it instead of updating this blog post! There’s some amazing work here – hard to believe that it was all written by one guy in his spare time…
The game seems nice and pretty funny, but I'm having trouble getting in and around places.
Is the SDK compatible with VS 2008 SP1 beta?
Quikboy, the funny thing is that the original games this plays homage to were just the same! I remember wasting hours in the original Sam and Max clicking all over the screen trying to find the semi-hidden location that I _knew_ had to be there. (Who'd have known that the first location in the game panned if you walked over to the side of the screen!)
Florian, yes - it's compatible, and indeed that's what I'm running.
On the heels of yesterday's 17 links, there's 11 today, and at least one other hidden away. I've
Where's Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy from the ZX Spectrum days :)
You will need to do get three updates.  The plugin itself, Expression Studio 2.5 June release, and
Will you be updating the Enterprise Deployment Guide prior to Silverlight 2 being released?
There is confusion about whether you need to set
or, the same setting in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. Per machine would be useful, but when you go through the interface, it appears to set it under current_user.
When you release an updated deployment guide, can you please also update this:
Hi Glenn, yes - we're working on an updated version of the deployment guide.
Both locations are permissible for the UpdateMode. The user has access to HKCU, but any setting in HKLM overrides the HKCU setting. Therefore, while the user is able to continue modifying their preference, any admin preference determines the behavior of the control.
Hope this helps, Tim
MANIC MINER - Silverlight is just here... :-) ENJOY!