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EmptyMinion

windows applications in c#

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hi! i was wondering, how would i add a color menu ( to change font color) and a save box (when clicked opens up directory list, and you can save it) to a windows application. I am using visual c# 2005 express beta..

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There are a bunch of standard dialogs in C#. I think the save dialog is called FileSaveDialog or something along those lines.

I don't have a compiler handy right now, and I'm going to sleep aswell, but if you look through the docs for the FileSaveDialog, I bet you can find the color pickers.

I just looked it up on google, it's FileSaveDialog. It should be in your component box. To open files you can use, very surprisingly, FileOpenDialog.

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is there any huge listing of resources that deal with application creation...

Try the help files, they are pretty thorough themselves.

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i know about that, but i need a offline version because the computer im using is my labtop and it doesnt have a active internet connection... so i need to download resources and transfer them over to my labtop.
---Edit*--- no need to answer, im gonna try my luck with c++ since i tried to start it awhile ago but hadda stop for school reasons... O_o ... but anyway ill keep tryin this on my main comp.. but i think learnin c++ and C# at the same time will be mighty difficult ..

[Edited by - EmptyMinion on September 7, 2005 9:30:35 PM]

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i know about that, but i need a offline version because the computer im using is my labtop and it doesnt have a active internet connection... so i need to download resources and transfer them over to my labtop.


File->Save Page As, then in the "Save as type" choose "Web Page complete" and viola! Portable web pages. (FireFox, for IE look for the MHT file extension type)

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