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Dialogs and Windows
General
Posted: 27 Dec 2002   Updated: 13 Jul 2003   Views: 363,398   Rating: 4.94/5    Votes: 127   Popularity: 10.40
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Introduction to the BalloonWindow class which allows .NET applications to implement balloon windows similar to what is available in Windows XP. Complete customization allows both the appearence and shape to be configured as well as projecting an alpha-blended shadow.
C#
Windows Forms
Posted: 26 Feb 2006   Updated: 3 Mar 2006   Views: 49,216   Rating: 4.66/5    Votes: 11   Popularity: 4.85
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Implement support for broadcasting events to all ancestors in a control hierarchy for Win Forms applications.
Internet / Network
Internet
Posted: 6 Feb 2006   Updated: 18 Feb 2006   Views: 42,786   Rating: 4.69/5    Votes: 14   Popularity: 5.38
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Capture and archive web resources by saving them in RFC-2557 (MHTML) compliant format. This library includes a framework for augmenting the capture process and allowing programmatic control, from downloading through saving. A replacement for CDOSYS/CDONTS.
Design and Architecture
Patterns and Practices
Posted: 14 Jun 2004   Updated: 14 Jun 2004   Views: 35,991   Rating: 4.53/5    Votes: 11   Popularity: 4.71
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Streams are a fundamental part of .NET, but lack the ability to notify the client of changes. NotifyStream and VersionStream attempt to solve this notification problem.
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