When posting a new article, there is no section to write for Windows 10 or Universal Application Platform. I did mention this need a few days ago[^], but it didn't catch the eye.
Now in the article sections, there is no section for Windows 10 or Universal Application Platform. Windows Runtime, C# or other similar section won't serve well. I was going to publish a starter-guide to Windows 10 platform, but I was not able to find anything that might serve as a valid candidate so I chose Windows Runtime... But I am still requesting for a new section to be made available separately for Windows 10 or Universal Application Platform.
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This is a new version of the currently published question.
Article Moderation: Should this article be published?
Is purpose and goal of the article clear?
Could the article help someone in their day-to-day work?
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Hi. I have just posted an article [^]. I've uploaded demo source code, but when I've tried to download it, the error occured. It says that the files uploaded are actually missing from the codeproject servers due to the "system" error. Before posting the article I've tried to download these files from the preview page, but there was no error.
Since some month I get no notification mails. I checked my settings, my spam-folder, modified my email-address twice and reported it here at Codeproject - and still get no mails. The notification at the top of the page beside my loginname are OK.
This idea may have been discussed previously. There are questions that are asked over and again. I'll pick this one because it was recent doubt in address of array? difference between usage of arr and &arr[^]. They often get very comprehensive answers. These could form the basis of a peer reviewed database where questions are added because they are common and maybe a couple of high rated answers are allowed to form the solution - or another agreed method.
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I agree. Also the never ending "Object not set to instance" questions that get copy/pasted answers over and over.
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The point of such a pin is that you can open multiple messages at the same time. Normally, when you open a message on the forum when there's already one open, the previous one gets closed. To prevent this, you can put a pin on the first message so it doesn't close when you open the second one. That's how it's meant to work.
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maybe the tooltip can be modified to explain that this pin does not pin to the top of the forum and does not have an influence to other users? Pining a software-window on the personal desktop is one common usage of pining, pining it to the top of a forum another. This is why a more descriptive tooltip could help ...
In the discussions forum there is no tab or category for Windows 10 (or Universal Application Platform) development. There is a Windows 8 or WinRT forum, and a Visual Studio 2015 forum also. But they both don't fit for Windows 10 application development.