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  • #16
    Originally posted by andrewpfeifer


    I'm in the process of learning.
    I hope you start learning with VS.Net. If you don't, you'll have to relearn it!

    Now... what am I going to do about my encryption algorithms... all the variables declarations are changed, and many loop statements are changed as well... darn.
    :)

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    • #17
      I'm using Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise, and that seems pretty decent.
      - Andrew Pfeifer

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      • #18
        Originally posted by andrewpfeifer
        I'm using Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise, and that seems pretty decent.
        Yeah, I have that installed as well, but let me tell ya, today was a big learning experience!

        Almost everything including the way you code and what you code has been changed in .Net
        :)

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        • #19
          Well, I don't think getting that is gonna happen for me. I was lucky enough to get a license for what I have.
          - Andrew Pfeifer

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          • #20
            hehehe... my pet peeves of VS6...

            1. No support for icon depths
            2. Clumsy IDE
            3. VB looks inferior to C++ because of IDE
            4. No visual inheritance
            5. No docking
            6. No Visual C++ style menu-editor

            Everything fixed now.
            :)

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            • #21
              I don't even know what any of those are..
              - Andrew Pfeifer

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              • #22
                I have Visual Studio.net too and so far I like how it's much more powerful but I'm not sure if the 56k people will appreciate the 30 megabyte .net framework download which is required to run programs made in .net

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by damicatz
                  I have Visual Studio.net too and so far I like how it's much more powerful but I'm not sure if the 56k people will appreciate the 30 megabyte .net framework download which is required to run programs made in .net
                  For now, dependencies seem a bit big, that's true, but hopefully, when I get my next version ready, I'll ship it via InstallShield, so the user can install and run the app directly from the web, downloading only what he/she needs to run it.
                  :)

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                  • #24
                    Ahh, how do I make the toolbar thingy that has like File, Edit, View, Favorites, Tools, and Help in it in IE? I can't find any tutorials on this!!!
                    - Andrew Pfeifer

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                    • #25
                      If you're talking about the control, it's the toolbar control, and you edit a property that has a list of buttons.

                      I don't remember what it's called in VS 6, but in .net the property is buttons.
                      Last edited by damicatz; Mon 17 Jun '02, 5:07pm.

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                      • #26
                        Where's the toolbar control..?

                        I'm new to this, just got it the other day.
                        - Andrew Pfeifer

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by damicatz
                          If you're talking about the control, it's the toolbar control, and you just draw the buttons that you want onto it.
                          I think he's referring to the menu, because of the mention of File and Help, which show up on IE's menu, not IE's toolbar.

                          Since you're using Visual Studio 6, just right-click on your form, and select menu editor.

                          May I suggest a good place for learning more about VB: www.vb-world.net

                          Also, www.vbforums.com

                          All home of the 'original' vBulletin.
                          :)

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                          • #28
                            Re: Is it just me, or is Visual Studio .Net awsome?

                            Originally posted by eiSecure
                            Is it just me, or is Visual Studio .Net awsome?
                            Just you
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by eiSecure
                              Also, www.vbforums.com

                              All home of the 'original' vBulletin.
                              Now no longer run by John and on a crusty server, but hey!
                              --filburt1, vBulletin.org/vBulletinTemplates.com moderator
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                              • #30
                                Re: Re: Is it just me, or is Visual Studio .Net awsome?

                                Originally posted by filburt1


                                Just you
                                Darn.
                                :)

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