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  • franhoey @ForeignHoey You set some dates for an event or something and send out the link, people can tick days they can and can't do. Very simple about 414 days ago
  • franhoey @vivslack Viv there is a place in Llangollen that does I think, I went on a Whitewater rafting thing there about 414 days ago
  • franhoey @eifion Hmm, no, I use Excel! I'll take a look. about 415 days ago
  • franhoey Yes contractors are paid more and yes even with the time doing accounts it's still worth it, but bloody hell, it drives me potty about 415 days ago
  • franhoey @realRobT79 yes we have! I'm out at the moment but if you drop me an email I'll send you the code(s) later. Fran@bluejumper.com about 416 days ago

Fran Hoey Compact Framework
Compact Framework Visual Inheritance P/Invoke Designer Error
This is a problem I've struggled and struggled with. No workaround or fix I found on the internet worked. In fact the work around I finally got to work incorporates a combination of fixes. Symptoms The Form or User Control designer in Visual Studio displays the following error: Visual inheritance is currently disabled because the base class references a device-specific component or contains P/Invoke Cause In case you didn't know P/Invoke is used to access un-managed code (com components). The designer ......

Posted On Friday, May 6, 2011 12:36 PM

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