Sorry, I think I misunderstood what you were asking. Yes, it's a shareware component, and yes, testers get the full HDSoft package; that means full source code (Win32 C++, non-MFC) is included, plus projects for VS2008, VS2010, and (maybe) VS6.
The beta is distributed on the same basis as other HDSoft components - testers can compile the component into their products, but may not distribute the source code.
Please ask here if you have more questions, or send email.
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I recommend you to take a look at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows Phone\v7.0\Design
There you have the xaml in order to get easier the information for the templates that you want to create in CSS3 I guess. And I hope that the CSS3 draft grid come official some day.
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Runs on .NET 4.0 and IIS Express, supports browsing through folders, opening files, quick filter, multi-column sorting, folder image view, and more... Graphics is still very basic (contributors anyone?)
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That's a tricky one, and depends largely on the mood of whoever is answering on that particular day. If it's a commercial product then it's probably going to be treated as advertising by some of the regulars, even if you only want beta testers. If you're being legit, then take the 1 votes on the chin.
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Commercial is a tricky definition tho.. if its free to end users, does that make it non commercial. (there are other ways of generating revenue)
There is not much activity on this board, and maybe thats becuase of the guildeines... I mean, the title clearly states collaboration / beta testing, so I would think it should be fair to allow projects wanting beta testers, to post here.
I would also expect projects requiring beta testers to be free of cost or incentivise the testers, even though the nature of the product may become commercial.
Wanting beta testers + getting your product exposure is being legit, obviously people would want the exposure offered by this sort of forum, becuase they want to attract beta testers (to help development).. and ultimatly gain a user base. Without the exposure both the forum and its purpose are pointless.
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