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Prabhu Kumar a tech twaddler.. January 2010 Entries
Fun with menus Part II, Radio Menu Items and CheckMenuRadioItem()
Previously - Fun with menus - Part I A few days back I set about trying to get radio items into menus. This is helpful if you want only one of the items in the menu to be active at a time, say, for e.g. a "Select Level" popup menu which has "Level 1", "Level 2" and "Level 3" subitems and only one of them needs to be shown as active or currently selected. You get the idea. No? Here, this pic should help, A bit of searching led me to the CheckMenuRadioItem() API, and I thought, this is simple. I just ......

Posted On Thursday, January 28, 2010 8:52 AM

Using the 'Open File' and 'Save File' dialogs, GetOpenFileName and GetSaveFileName APIs
Recently, someone on the MSDN forum asked if there are any built-in 'Open File' and 'Save File' dialogs available in the Windows Mobile platform. The answer, of course, is yes. The APIs that get the task done are GetOpenFileName() and GetSaveFileName(). These APIs allow the user to select directories or files for opening or saving. I wrote a small application to demonstrate how to use these APIs. The application has a multiline edit control and menu options for opening or saving text files (see video ......

Posted On Sunday, January 24, 2010 7:10 AM

Windows Mobile 6.5 SDK now available (update: not really)
All this while we have been working with the Windows Mobile 6.5 DTK, the developer toolkit, which is not a SDK but more of an extension to the existing Windows Mobile 6 SDK, adding support for gestures et al. Well, the wait is over now, the WM 6.5 SDKs for professional and standard devices are now available. You can download them from here. (see update below) I've just downloaded them, haven't installed them yet, but from Joel's blog: "I downloaded and installed it and can't say I've had a chance ......

Posted On Sunday, January 24, 2010 3:34 AM

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