Hi, Its been awhile. I installed windows 7 and lost everything i had in vista.
My new e-mail is email@example.com and instead of posting yours, just e-mail
me direct. I dont mind posting mine because if I dont know who or where the email
is from, I usually accupuncture it. I "stick it" in the trash.
Nice to here from you again.
If "You wash your feet and find a pair of socks " Then
"You ARE a Redneck"
The Links work... However...All my DROPBOX links were all tempararily disabled due to to much traffic on the DROPBOX servers. This is totally out of my hands....Sorry for any inconvienience this is causing..
My congratulations on such a good CodeProject contribution.
You probably have already noticed how many people want to see you code. Asking them for their email adderes and sending sources as an attachmen is not really a practical approach.
This is what you can do. You can create Dropbox account (https://www.getdropbox.com/[^]) and upload files there. Advantages:
- It will cost you nothing (~1 minute for registration).
- The files will be in the cloud repository which can hold up to 2G of data.
- The link to the files is static and direct and it can be embedded in the article code.
- Your users need only internet acces to download the files (no account registration or any fancy tools).
Of cource you may find other file sharing alternatives, however http://www.mediafire.com[^] that you are trying to use does no allow direct link to file(s) but rather to the Web page for downloading, what is signifficantly less convenient.