I made an application for tracking the location of Windows phone 7 using Windows phone SDK 7.1 and i have used visual studio 2010 for creating my application.I have made different project files in visual studio 2010 using XAML one for starting page which has button at the bottom named menu ,i want on clicking of this button my another project file get opened which has different icons page and again on clicking of those icons my different project files should run in emulator like on clicking of one icon project file of Bing map should open and on clicking of another icon project file of simple calculator should open in Windows phone 7 emulator on debugging my application.How can i achieve all this i am getting unhandled exceptions and i can't navigate to different project files from one another while debugging the application.
hi all .
in visual studio 2008 .
i put 2 png photo in picturebox1 and picuterbox2 ..
and give the backcolor for picuterbox1 and picuterbox2 to Transparent then i tray to move picuterbox1 over picuterbox2 with Timer or button
pictureBox2.Left = pictureBox2.Left - 10;
when the pic1 over pic2 the transparent doesn't work
i need a help with it pleas ...
This ones different. Invoking Find using point/click through the menus does nothing either. I have found Edit.Find and it is assigned to Ctrl-F, I have also done a reset. Its more like the Find dll if there was such a thing is not responding.
I have seen a single intance of a blacked out Find and Replace dialog with (not Responding) since this started.
Internally, VS relies quite heavily on COM for its underpinnings. I suspect that one of the things that resetsettings does is to reregister the COM components it needs, restoring the interfaces in the registry.
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This only works if I run the program outside the debugger, let it crash, then "manually select debuggers". If I do anything else, visual studio (2010 Pro, by the way) pretends that the call site of the native function is somehow at fault, unless the "exception" was a debug break, then it just closes the program being debugged.
It's a little annoying to always have to let the program crash and then "manually select debuggers", is there anything I can do about that?
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