Tony Schreiner's Blog

Developer - Internet Explorer | UX | Privacy | Web Graphics | HTML Platform Infrastructure | Windows. Fighting complexity for 15 years and counting.
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    Outlook Fonts

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    A while back I started getting tired of the default Outlook reply colors (yeah, I was bored...). The font picker under Options/Mail Format/Fonts doesn't let you choose colors outside the standard 16, and I didn't want to use the Stationery option, so...
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    Debuggers

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    Surprisingly, I don't recall seeing many blog entries about debuggers so I guess I'll start. I use the following debuggers on a semi-regular basis, each of which have their own strengths and weaknesses. While everybody knows about the first, you may not...
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    Lightwave 3D & computers as a hobby

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    I'm definitely not an artist, but Lightwave 3D ( http://www.newtek.com/products/lightwave ) remains one of my favorite applications. I suspect this is because it's one of the (few) types of applications that has escaped the trend of simplification at...
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    Obligatory Introduction

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    Yet another blogging Microsoftie... :-) I’ve been a developer at Microsoft for about five years and I’m currently working on the Windows Privacy team. I intend to write about .NET, Avalon, Windows, Win32, IE, Privacy, software engineering...
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    Internet Explorer

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    IE is a hot topic on Robert Scoble's blog these days. Lots of good comments there about overdue features and bug fixes. http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/2004/01/15.html#a6187 http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/2004/01/14.html#a6186 http://radio.weblogs...
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    Majel: The feature nobody knew existed

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    Before joining the Windows Privacy team I worked on MSN 8 . One of the technologies I worked with was code named "Majel", after Majel Barrett who was (is?) the voice of the computer on Star Trek. As the name implies, this feature allowed the user...
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    Avalon

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    Not that there's a shortage of information on MSDN, but O'Reilly has a good introductory article about XAML today.
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