Random Thoughtfulness

Category: "VB.Net"

FlowLayoutPanel Bug

  23/12/10 00:16, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, ContactFX
The new year is fast approaching and I get this feeling like ContactFX isn't going to get done for NANY 2011 :(But I'm trying to at least a cut down version happening.I've been working on the Address Control (which is admittedly fairly complex, b… more »

ContactFX :: Functions

  13/10/10 15:24, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, ContactFX
We've all grown up with spreadsheets and the ability to reference other cells and perform functions on other values, and probably rarely think how much that has changed our calculation experience... we just do it now.So it seemed natural to include t… more »
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ContactFX :: Field Linking

  30/09/10 01:16, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, FARR, ContactFX
One of the main (if not neat) features that's driven ContactFX is the ability to enter data once and be able to link to it from other records: thus saving time when making changes. There will be two methods of linking or rehashing contact data: F… more »

ContactFX :: Snippet for Comment

  18/08/10 00:18, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, ContactFX
I've released a "Snippet for Comment" over on DonationCoder to get some feedback of the directions the project is taking: NANY 2011 Teaser: ContactFX 0.0.1.3 (NANY calls them Teasers). To run the application just download, unzip and run... the applica… more »

FarrCfx Starts to Take Shape

  27/07/10 22:51, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, FARR, ContactFX , Tags: address book, contact, farr, nany
I've had a bit of a break from the main ContactFX application to get my head around Vitaly's FARR C# Plugin SDK, which has meant navigating around a new language: It's been fun (once the penny dropped with the SDK). FARR will be providing Desktop inte… more »

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Scribbly is derived from the common name of one of the 10 Eucalypts that have insect trails (scribbles) in the bark. Eucalyptus haemastoma is a dominant species where I live and is commonly known as "Scribbly Gum".

The scribbles on the bark of these magnificent trees often reminded me of the journey of many of my projects: somewhat random, but beautiful in the end.

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