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Using the Ink Explorer     
Total Hits: 199  |  Today: 0Author: Stefan Wick Mark Hopkins      Rating:  
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The Ink Explorer is a sample application that provides access to all the properties of ink strokes for examination by the user. It is a very useful tool for understanding the architecture of the Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition implementation of digital ink.Ink Explorer is a sample application that the Tablet PC team sometimes uses at conferences when discussing the architecture of digital ink in Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. Ink Explorer is very useful for learning about how to ...

MiniSpy  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 136  |  Today: 0Author: .dan.g.      Rating:  
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I often use Spy++ to track window messages but have rarely used it to look at the attributes of a window.

When i have used it, I've found using the finder tool to be a really awkward device because it presents a static interface to what i find to be a much more dynamic activity.

I decided therefore to see if I could devise an alternative interface which would allow me to look at a window's attributes with the minimum of fuss and bother....

Data Access Component  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Data access is always an unavoidable part of any software development process. There are different types of DBMS systems available in the market. And software architects consider data access as a separate layer while designing multi tired applications. Here I am presenting a unique data access component which encapsulates the data access functionalities of ADO.NET and some other useful utilities to use with any type of applications and DB back ends. One of the major advantages of this component ...

Writing a Macro Recorder/Player using Win32 Journal Hooks  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 147  |  Today: 0Author: S. Senthil Kumar      Rating:  
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This article is about using journal hooks to write a simple Macro Recorder/Player. It's kinda different from the macro stuff seen in MS Office? products in that it works across applications. So you can record a macro, that opens a text file in Notepad, copies the address of a URL, opens IE, and navigates to the URL. Once recorded, you can play it back any number of times. All this stuff is possible because of the magic of journal hooks, which is a facility provided by Windows to record and playb...

Applications Traffic Watcher     
Total Hits: 631  |  Today: 0Author: Warlib      Rating:  
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Applications Traffic Watcher (ATW) is a small utility to get information about the amount of data transferred to and from the internet. It uses the WinPcap library from http://www.winpcap.org. Network traffic inside a LAN is calculated, but ignored when calculating costs. So, you can see which applications are consumed traffic. ATW is very userful to understand how many traffic consumes by Skype, Gizmo etc. Also you can understand...

FuliggineBackupper     
Total Hits: 460  |  Today: 0Author: Sir Zeppa'Man      Rating:  
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How may times have you lost all the data from your hard disk? I'm sure that, to prevent any loss of data, you periodically copy some of your most important folders and files. You would agree with me that if the number of projects and folders are high this isn't easy. In fact it's a little hard to manually backup every day some of your data and remember where the backup copies are. Some time ago I lost some important data from my H.D., so I started writing a simple application which manages backu...



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