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Window Tabifier

, 29 Mar 2008 CPOL 203.3K 7.4K 283
A simple application for hosting several Windows in one parent window
windowtabifier_demo.zip
WindowTabifier_demo
About.dll
DragAndDropFileComponent.dll
TabStrip.dll
Window Tabifier.exe
windowtabifier_src.zip
Window Tabifier
Window Tabifier
bin
DLL's
About.dll
DragAndDropFileComponent.dll
TabStrip.dll
documents-32x32.png
folder-documents.ico
Properties
Settings.settings
Thumbs.db
Window Tabifier.csproj.user
Window.cd
Windows-Desktop-32x32.png
windowtabifier_srcvs2005.zip
WindowTabifier_srcVS2005
Window Tabifier
bin
DLLs
About.dll
DragAndDropFileComponent.dll
TabStrip.dll
documents-32x32.png
Properties
Settings.settings
Resources
folder-documents.ico
Thumbs.db
Thumbs.db
Window Tabifier.csproj.user
window.cd
Windows-Desktop-32x32.png
windowtabifier_srcvs2008.zip
WindowTabifier_srcVS2008
Window Tabifier
bin
DLLs
About.dll
DragAndDropFileComponent.dll
TabStrip.dll
documents-32x32.png
folder-documents.ico
Properties
Settings.settings
Thumbs.db
Window Tabifier.csproj.user
window.cd
Windows-Desktop-32x32.png
namespace WindowTabifier.Properties {
    
    
    // This class allows you to handle specific events on the settings class:
    //  The SettingChanging event is raised before a setting's value is changed.
    //  The PropertyChanged event is raised after a setting's value is changed.
    //  The SettingsLoaded event is raised after the setting values are loaded.
    //  The SettingsSaving event is raised before the setting values are saved.
    internal sealed partial class Settings {
        
        public Settings() {
            // // To add event handlers for saving and changing settings, uncomment the lines below:
            //
            // this.SettingChanging += this.SettingChangingEventHandler;
            //
            // this.SettingsSaving += this.SettingsSavingEventHandler;
            //
        }
        
        private void SettingChangingEventHandler(object sender, System.Configuration.SettingChangingEventArgs e) {
            // Add code to handle the SettingChangingEvent event here.
        }
        
        private void SettingsSavingEventHandler(object sender, System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs e) {
            // Add code to handle the SettingsSaving event here.
        }
    }
}

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Giorgi Dalakishvili
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