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- Gustavo Franco
first of all, i'm deeply impressed with your
iconlib. i did an icon editor program some time
ago and had to face the same task.
you did the structuring much metter than me,
because i didn't know about the fixed-statement
i will try to rewrite my icon editor soon,
can you send me some information on the .icl
format or is it just the ne format?
Hi, I loved your OpenFileDialog with Image preview. Our company needs a VB.NET 1.1 version and we are willing to pay for you to port over the dialog to .NET 1.1. Even a dll would work without source code. Is there any chance we could persuade you to do this?
Well I can write for you in any .NET language. We only need an idea how it can be done. If you are really interested let me know else I do not want to waste the time.
Congratulations for this excellent work. It’s just what I need to finish my project..
I have, what I think it may be a very dummy question, but I’m writing in VB6, and in order to use your library I understand I need to reference it first. But I get the following message after going to Project --> References -> Browse (then select you lib) : “Can’t add a reference to the specific file”
Could it be something I’m doing wrong? Or something I’m missing?
Again Gustavo, thanks a lot for contribution
I have a problem while utilizing your pathfinder algo. Here is the detail of the same: http://silverlight.net/forums/t/89180.aspx
I'm developing a game in Silverlight which need path finder algo. I though it won't be a good idea to build of my own. So I give a search and found your A*. Its just perfect and Quite fast then other algos(A*) implementation. But I ran into a problem.
My requirement is something like this: This is a Tower defender game. So user can place defenders (similar to the wall) in a fashion similar to the image's wall(in forum). So ideally there should be no way from that diagonal. But for rest of the application there must be diagonal way(if possible). So how I modify your class to not include diagonals which are occupied in this fashion. (Sorry I can't be so expressive as I want to.)
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