November, 2003

  • Andy Oakley

    'The Compressed (zipped) Folder is invalid or corrupted'

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    Some people have reported problems downloading releases from the Workspaces application; either they find a 0 byte file, or are presented with the message 'The Compressed (zipped) Folder is invalid or corrupted'. Either way, not fun. From the list...
  • Andy Oakley

    Safely displaying untrusted HTML

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    One of the challenges in importing external RSS feeds for the annotations aggregator is how to safely display untrusted HTML. Enter the SECURITY attribute of the IFRAME, a great way of instructing the browser to render the contents of the frame in...
  • Andy Oakley

    O'Reilly on Annotations

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    Ian Griffiths over at O’Reilly has put together a great article on the Longhorn SDK annotations  and how O'Reilly put together the first independent feed. It’s a good read.
  • Andy Oakley

    Workspaces 1.1

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    Not to be left out, GotDotNet Workspaces has also seen a few changes recently. We’ve fixed a handful of problems and introduced a number of new features. Changes to watch out for: Access control system Notifications for Workspaces...
  • Andy Oakley

    Passport exceptions in wkssync and wksalone

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    (Just posted to the news sections in these Workspaces) If you're running wkssync or wksalone  on a machine that's not previously been used with the VS.NET provider for Workspaces, you need to do one of the following Run the VS.NET provider...
  • Andy Oakley

    Annotations content from O'Reilly

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    O’Reilly has already put together a feed of annotations talking about different content in the Longhorn SDK. Subscribe to their feed (it's one of the recommended ones) and check them out!   Appling Effects to Markup Using...
  • Andy Oakley

    wksalone

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    Just published: wksalone , a little wrapper that hosts the GotDotNet Workspaces Windows Forms interface in a standalone app, rather than Internet Explorer. Beware, this application is trivial and contains no pretty interface for selecting...
  • Andy Oakley

    MSDN Annotations

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    The PDC saw the announcement of so many exciting new things, it was hard to keep track, but everyone I talked to seemed to be having fun trying. After so many months of silence from me, I suspect even most news aggregators have forgotten about me,...
  • Andy Oakley

    MSDN Annotations - bringing it client-side

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    Public annotations can be useful, but sometimes the audience of 'everyone' can simply be too broad. Consider some examples: I read the blog of a developer who has a really specific focus on a particular topic. His/her chatter really interests me...
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