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VS File Finder

, 8 May 2005
A Visual Studio add-in to help navigate around large projects.
vsfilefindersetup.zip
VSFileFinderSetup.msi
vsfilefindersource.zip
VSFileFinder
docs
back.gif
finder.gif
menu.gif
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back.gif
finder.gif
home.gif
menu.gif
monster.gif
next.gif
noback.gif
nonext.gif
solutionexplorer.gif
monster.gif
next.gif
noback.gif
nonext.gif
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back.png
finder.png
home.png
menu.png
monster.gif
next.png
noback.png
solutionexplorer.gif
solutionexplorer.gif
VSFileFinder
AddIn.def
AddIn.rgs
VSFileFinderCtrl
icon1.ico
Options.ico
VSFileFinderCtrl.def
VSFileFinderCtrl.rgs
VSFileFinderCtrlCtrl.bmp
VSFileFinderCtrlps.def
VSFileFinderCtrlps.mk
VSFileFinderSetup
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bannrbmp.bmp
completi.ico
custicon.ico
dlgbmp.bmp
exclamic.ico
info.ico
insticon.ico
New.ico
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UI.wxs
<html>

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-gb">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">
<meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft FrontPage 4.0">
<meta name="ProgId" content="FrontPage.Editor.Document">
<title>VS File Finder</title>
<style>
<!--
body         { font-family: Verdana }
-->
</style>
</head>

<body>

<table width="80%" align="center">
 <tr>
  <td>
   <font face="Verdana" size="5">Opening files</font>
  </td>
 <tr>
  <td>
   <table bgcolor="#C0C0C0" style="border-style: solid; border-width: 1" bordercolor="#000000" align="center" cellpadding="10" height="500">
    <tr>
     <td align="center" valign="top" width="420">
      <img border="0" src="Images.aspx?FileID=595fc397-4fb9-4bd7-8953-9096bbb06af8" width="401" height="380">
     </td>
     <td height="100%">
      <table width="100%" height="100%">
       <tr>
        <td valign="top">
         To open a file, a file all you need to do is type a few characters from its name.
         <p>
         In the example on the left, I want to open a file from the solution.  I can't
         remember where
         it is but I do know it has "monster" somewhere in its file name.
         <p>
         As I start typing "monster" the list quickly gets narrowed down until I see the file
         I want and click on it to open it.
         <p>
         You can search for multiple sub-strings in a file name if you put a space between each one.
         For example, if I typed "graph" and "wnd" the list would show only those files with "graph"
         and "wnd" somewhere in their names.
        </td>
       </tr>
       <tr>
        <td valign="bottom" align="right">
         <a href="3.htm"><img border="0" width="116" height="60" src="Images.aspx?FileID=e09a2a0b-31e5-46d7-8a17-743bf30d3bac"></a>
         <a href="4.htm"><img border="0" width="116" height="60" src="Images.aspx?FileID=0d2f9c58-1531-4904-9fb1-573f55881d3d"></a>
        </td>
       </tr>
      </table>
     </td>
    </tr>
   </table>
  </td>
</table>

</body>

</html>

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