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Happy New Year, Zac,

The Win API Code Pack 1.1 was released in early September, 2010: that's a few epochs ago in devtools time. I suspect with Visual Studio 2010, and Win 7, there are other ways to get the functionality once provided by that code pack. That API pack is now in the MSDN Archive: what does that tell you ?

I'm curious why you are using this, and how (on XP ? on Vista ?), and what specific facilities are you using where you see WinForms stuff dependent on WPF: those two technologies are really mutually exclusive on fundamental levels, imho.

Why not post a detailed statement of your goals, and experiences with the API Pack, on the WinForms, or WPF forums ?

Perhaps these resources on NuGet would be helpful: [^].

yrs, Bill
"We live in a world ruled by fictions: mass merchandising, advertising, politics as advertising, instant translation of science, technology, into popular imagery, increasing blur of identity in realms of consumer goods, preempting any free, original, imaginative, response to experience by the television screen. We live in an enormous novel. For a writer it's less necessary to invent a novel's fictional content: fiction's already there. A writer's task is to invent a reality." J. G. Ballard, 1974

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