I'm going to be at MIX 07 next week. If you want to meet, hang out, etc., leave me a comment, send me an email (programcsharp atnospam hotmail dot com), or give me a ring at (703) 868-2236.
Oh... and lets not forget the bling:
I use a laptop for a lot of my development, and for some reason, from time to time, NumLock keeps turning on when I log on. I discovered this behavior is controlled by a registry key, and I'm assuming some program tweaks it on install. Here's the info:
All Users: HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Keyboard
Current User: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard
The possible settings are as follows:
The All Users key sets the NumLock state for the login screen.
Although I hate Visual SourceSafe with a passion, my current job requires it. I much prefer SourceGear Vault, and can't wait until the day I'm back on a Vault SCC system. But for now, I must use VSS. I recently had the problem of VSS integration not working in Visual Studio 2005. I found the following steps, based on reregistering the VSS MSSCCI (MS Source Code Control Interface) dll's:
In the VSS folder (usually C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual SourceSafe\), register the following dll's:
Using regsvr32, that would look like:
Then open VS 2005, and go to the Tools->Options and the Source Control/Plug-in Selection page. You should now be able to select Microsoft Visual SourceSafe from the plugin dropdown.
NOTE: Source control integration is not supported in the express editions of Visual Studio.
Thanks for these instructions goes toMichael Daniel.
Here's Comcast's page about their remotes, with information about how to program them. I posted it here so I won't have to look it up again next time.