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bio website obviouscode.com
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A former Java, Cold Fusion, VB, Infopump, OpenROAD, asp, jsp, php, javascript, actionscript, C, C++ developer who has now got spent 5 year dedicatedly programming in .NET (mostly C#).

Have recently become addicted to Python and lisp.

I am also stumbling along with F# and Erlang for no readily apparent reason other than they're there


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comment In a desktop application, what are best practise methods to provide a menu of functions
Nice ideas, thanks. I do like, as @Nick Bedford suggested, the use of Image above Text on the tool strip buttons. The images over the tabs in the first screen shot are also nice.
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comment In a desktop application, what are best practise methods to provide a menu of functions
I have mucked about with alternate ListView modes, but not too seriously, I'll investigate a bit further
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comment In a desktop application, what are best practise methods to provide a menu of functions
A nice idea, thanks, it does look nicer than the Image Text side by side, and I do like the category / sub category look that, with a mouse up event on the drop down will allow for single click sub-category navigation. Leaving this open, however, for a little longer in case anyone else has some more ideas before accepting
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