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Digital Lens: See how your app or site looks to the visually impaired
Technorati Tags: Digital Lens,accessibility Oded Elyada, a developer in the Microsoft's Israel Innovation Labs has created "Digital Lens", "a tool that helps designers, developers and testers check if their application or website is accessible to visually impaired users." It's a downloadable tool for Windows 7 that adds a tray icon with a menu of the most common vision impairments that can be simulated: If you select one, it filters your Windows display so you'll see what people with those impairments ......

Posted On Friday, July 16, 2010 10:41 PM

Reflector: Disassembling an entire assembly
Technorati Tags: .net,reflector This is mainly for future self… I don't need to do it often, and always waste time looking around for an add-in before I find the simple answer. Just right-click the assembly, then click "Export…": You'll be prompted for the folder to save to: ......

Posted On Friday, July 16, 2010 7:16 PM

Free "Mini-Refactor!" From Developer Express
When a free download of Refactor!™ for ASP.NET 2.2 was announced in May by Developer Express, I bookmarked it for future reference because I wasn't working on an ASP project at the time. When I took another look, I realized that the download includes 19 C#/VB code refactorings that work in any project, ASP.NET or not. They work in Visual Studio 2003, VS2005, and "Orcas". Included are Refactor! versions (with much nicer user interfaces) of four of the seven built-in VS2005 C# refactorings: Rename ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 4, 2007 8:51 AM

CoolCommands for Visual Studio 2005
Technorati tags: .net, freetools While gathering information about Visual Studio add-ins for a potential local user group presentation, I came across Gaston Milano's "CoolCommands". As far as I can tell, the latest version of the CoolCommands installer can be downloaded here:http://download.deklar... It adds a lot of useful tools to Visual Studio, but there's no help or "read-me" file documenting them, and I couldn't find a consolidated overview on Gaston's site, ......

Posted On Sunday, March 4, 2007 3:12 PM

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