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Hannes Pavelka It isn't rocket science. Well, unless of course you're NASA November 2006 Entries
Modify Visual Studio 2005 default new class template
If you add a new item to your project, Visual Studio applies a default template which is responsible for creating the sceleton of the selected item. It might come in handy to modify the default "create new item" behaviour and customize it so it fits your individual needs. The process to do so is pretty straightforward. All templates are stored in a folder called ItemTemplateCache. If you e.g. want to modify the default template for "Add new class" you need to modify the Class.cs which is located: ......

Posted On Friday, November 24, 2006 3:01 AM

Document outline window in Visual Studio 2005
One nice features in VS 2005 is that the Document Outline Window is available for Windows Forms. In Visual Studio 2003 it was only available for Web Forms. You open the the Document Outline either via View | Other Windows | Document Outline or with the Ctrl+W,U keyboard shortcut. The cool thing about the Document Outline Window is the ability to list all controls in a nested tree like view. Thus arranging and modifing controls is getting much easier. You can quickly rename a specific control or edit ......

Posted On Monday, November 20, 2006 2:29 AM

Run every program from start run
I start most of my application using start - run. This a very convenient shortcut for running applications. Sometimes your favorite application does not start via "start - run" or you might want to modify an existing shortcut. Technically when you use the run dialog windows is executing the ShellExecute command. When the method is executing there are several places that it can look in an attempt to find the file it should execute. Those places are: The Windows directory (no subdirectories are searched) ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 1, 2006 1:41 AM

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