You're welcome. So how's my old hometown? Man I miss the place
Colin Davies wrote: I'm sure Americans could use more of it, and thus reduce the world supply faster. This of course would be good, because the faster we run out globally, the less chance of pollution there will be. (Talking about the price of petrol) The Soapbox, March 5 2004
Don't let Jubjub* fool you - he's anything but stupid. He wrote what he wrote due to extreme time pressure and I have to say he's written some code (successfully I might add) that I've both scratched my head over when trying to modify, and admired.
And how could I describe anyone who likes the movies of Kevin Smith as stupid?
*Mate, you're going to have to let me use your real first name - Jubjub is sooo not you
Any revised versions of the LogViewer not posted? I loved the concept and are trying to modify it for some other purposes. While at it, I found a couple of improvements.
1. The log files I am using it with doesn't match your format and the program just crashed (expecting timestamps if the first character was a number). You could implement a small check for the first three of four lines read to test for compatibility.
2. ReadString, when passed a CString reads the file in chunks of 128 bytes!!! It took forever when the log contained two blobs of about 9MB each!!! I rewrote the function to use the other version of ReadString and passing a buffer of 8192 chars and then appending to the CString until ReadString returned NULL.
I won't do anymore changes until I hear from you, or 48 hours pass by, so I don't have to rewrite my changes, but I would love to apply them to a newer version if there is such a thing.
I saw an article in CodeProject that describes how to enumerate servers with a class that you had created.
I tried to use this class in one application, but i didnt have success when I have a lot of hosts in my network.
My computer almost crash and stay 5 minutes searching the domains/hosts in a network with 2 domains e 30 hosts.
Do you have any idea for this? I would like to utilize a class that be as the Windows Explorer to perform de search in the entire network.
I was surprised to see that if you edit the registry with a custom PlacesBar and point Place0 (string) to c:\program files\mycoolapp.exe, the app's icon displays in the Places bar! The bad news is that nothing happens when the button is clicked.
So, with that said, I thought I'd try the approach to see if I could trap the button click within Spy++. I could see the other buttons, but not the button that pointed to the application.
Basically, what would be cool if mycoolapp.exe (a vb.net app) would pop-up when the custom Place was clicked. Then, when a label was clicked on the app, it would paste back into the dialog box or navigate.
Roger pointed me in your direction as a desert-dweller. I'm out beyond Apache Junction near the Rennaisance Festival site.
You may have noticed that CP now has "groups" (whatever they are) and I created the Tosche Station group for such as us, do you know any others? (I'll hit up El Corazon momentarily.) I thought you might be interested. Chris has yet to publish just what groups are.
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