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Shell Extensibility - Explorer Desk Band, Tray Notification Icon et al.

, 28 Aug 2009 CPOL 56.7K 2.2K 65
A simple Calendar utility that demonstrates basic Shell extensibility techniques: desk band, tray notification icon, locales.
Calendar.zip
Calendar
CalendarDeskBand
CalendarDeskBand.def
CalendarDeskBand.rgs
CalendarDeskBandApp.rgs
CalendarSysTray
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Common
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Release
Calendar.exe
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Release
Calendar.exe
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Date format setting dialog id's

#if !defined(DATE_FORMAT_DLG_RES_H)
#define DATE_FORMAT_DLG_RES_H

#define IDD_DATEFORMAT                  0x800
#define IDC_SHORTDATE                   0x801
#define IDC_LONGDATE                    0x802
#define IDC_CUSTOMDATE                  0x803
#define IDC_DATEFORMAT                  0x804
#define IDC_DATESAMPLE                  0x806
#define IDC_LANGUAGE                    0x807
#define IDC_CALENDARTYPE                0x808

#endif  // DATE_FORMAT_DLG_RES_H

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