You just walked into a room where nobody knows you and made the statement "Display Options Show picture box style mode is circular." and then you left the room.
Makes you look kind of crazy, doesn't it?
First, there's no context information at all, so we have no idea what you're talking about. We have no idea what the problem is, what it is you're trying to do, what kind of application this is, what you're tried to do to solve the problem ... YOU'VE GIVEN US NOTHING AT ALL TO WORK WITH!
Very strange. Do you happen to call a RibbonComboBox1.DropDownItems.Clear() somewhere after adding the items? Have you tried some System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine(FontItem) statements to see if the iteration works properly?
By the way, I'd prefer a foreach loop, in C# it looks like
foreach(FontFamily f in FontFamily.Families)
string name = f.Name;
System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine(name); //take a look at the output window to see if all names get listed
RibbonLabel rl = new RibbonLabel();
rl.Text = name;
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I am planning to upgrade our visual studio editions from 2010 to 2013 professional (without MSDN). Our current 2010 solution still works with visual source safe 2005 (!!!), it works beautifully, but I find it too old to continue with it.
What is the best practice, free or low cost solution for source control of a development team these days?
- About 12 programmers
- Visual studio 2013 only.
Previously I was put off by team foundation because of cost, and complicity. I only have to keep versions, and make sure that two people wouldn't work on the same file at the same time.
Hope someone can shorten my learning process by sharing his/her own experience.
The full edition is $499 per user, (visual studio itself is only about $510), I am looking for something simpler and much cheaper. I also want something that I can still use when I upgrade to my next visual studio version.
make sure that two people wouldn't work on the same file at the same time
That's an old concept of Visual Source Safe, where all your local files were read-only before you checked them out from VSS, and thus locked them there.
Most souce control systems do not do so: you edit your local copy, and at check-in the source control checks if a merge is required or not - and it hardly ever happens to be required.
Thanks, that piece of information is usefull to hear, because ininitally I was resistant to that approach, but if that is what really works it is just about getting to the idea of working a bit differently.