Scusami ridi per ciò che ho scritto, oppure per il significato della frase?
Comunque a quanto pare tu non sei in grado di aiutarmi, probabilmente non vuoi aiutarmi o non sai aiutarmi, quello che ho capito è che non hai nulla da fare e che hai solo voglia di fare chiacchiere inutili.
Ti ripeto, non ho bisogno di lezioni di vita o di moralità, quindi lascia perdere, non perderti in chiacchiere inutili.
P. S. use google translate, I'll help you choose my home.
I am Italian.
Thanks again and goodbye
It uses AdornerDecorator & Thumb class for component moving and resizing, so
is it available in WinRT ?
No. Adorners were a WPF capability, and didn't exist in Silverlight - which WinRT is much closer to than WPF. In hunting around for an answer, I see that you have already asked and had answers to this here[^]. Asking the same question in a different location isn't going to change the underlying answer I'm afraid.
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I am wondering..
Is it possible to take advantage of the new C++ syntax, new COM generation, new C++ .NET interop functionality without using WinRT?
I.e. I'd like to write a normal WPF desktop application.
I would like to write some part of it in C++.
I'd like to bypass the previous (and slow & clumsy) interop technology and, if possible, use the new interop one, which will make supereasy and efficient to share my code between C++ / C# without reverting to C++ CLI.
I.e. do I neeed to use C++ CLI / Managed C++, or could I use this new C++ extension with .NET 4.5 WPF desktop app?
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I was surprised to see that with the Visual Studio 2012 RC release they have added Windows Vista support for .NET Framework 4.5.
Has anyone seen any indication that they plan to add Windows XP support in the future?
I do not mean if Microsoft will continue to support the Operating System. My question is whether or not it will be possible to install and use .NET framework 4.5 on Windows XP. Currently it is not listed as being supported.
The fact is that .Net 4.5 is not officially released. Therefore why would they spend their time on getting it integrated with a OS that is going out the door, prior to its release. That will be the last thing they do, if they even do it.
My point of it being supported is that in all likelyhood after 4.5 is officially released it will be released for all actively supported OSes. But that is just my thoughts. MS has not made any official statement to this AFAIK.
Computers have been intelligent for a long time now. It just so happens that the program writers are about as effective as a room full of monkeys trying to crank out a copy of Hamlet.
It may work, but be unsupported as they are trying their best to kill XP off ASAP
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My point is that a few weeks ago, this article did not have Windows Vista in the list of supported client Operating Systems. That was added with the latest Release Candidate.
I would like to see XP supported once they come out with the final product.
Please I would like to ask, is there any class provided in vb.net with which one can work with system hardware like the sound, webcam, and other system resources and also external devices being connected, easily. Please if there is I would like for someone to point it out to me.
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