I am trying to add an extra property page to a device in Windows 7 Devices and Printers. I am following
I can add a shortcut item to "right click" menu of the device successfully; however, the extra property page does not show open in device Properties window. If I follow the same steps to add the extra property page to a .test file type, it works and I can see the extra property page shows up. It seems that the COM dll for the property page is fine. Any one successfully completed similar things before?
Button on Toolbar not showing chervon effect. When i drag toolbar for chervon then first button is overlapp on all buttons and no image is added into chervon list..So may be problem and which function called when i drag button on toolbar.
I have been searching for a SMPP lib for a while now, I finally stumbled on a dll, created by a Romzy, but there wasnt any samples or instructions for implementation, nor have I been able to trace the developer, I have tried using the DLL with little I could gather from the SMPP protocol definition, but in binding to a SMSC, it includes a Sendbindtranceiver with requires (index as short, hsocket as integer, SMPP_PDU_Bind_Transmitter), what I'd like to know is, anyone understand or can suggest what the index might mean or how that data type (short) can be represented and what does hsocket mean.
I do understand that it may be impossible to understand without seeing the code, but I m snatching at straws right now.
Well... You have 2 options (a) Create your own api, (b) Use third party api.
let me know that you only send 160 char message or Hex like .. Wap push, logo, mono ring tone etc
you also must get the smsc acknowledgment an Alphanumeric message submit ID right?
Thanks Marufuzzaman, I am not knowledgeable enough to build my own API, unless I can get a push in the right direction or can get hold of manuals in that regard.
I only need for it to send 160 char. to the receipient, no need for any acknowledgements or response from the receipient, just sending the message(s).
Any idea I can use?
I have used one COM .dll in my VB.Net project and when i install the application.
It runs ok. but when i open form which has created object of COM dll it shows one installation window without any message.
How can I set an icon to an ActiveX Control in the Internet Explorer 8 Manage-Addons-Dialog.
I know how to do it with a Browser-Extension but not how to do it with an ActiveX Control.
I even can't find any example.
No I do not have a link to information saying it can be done but also no that it cannot be done.
I supposed if the Control has a place for Icons, then there should be a way to display one for each element not only Browser-Extensions.
Hm, I think I asked the wrong question.
Under the "Browser extensions" I mean also the objects such as BHOs and custom ToolBands.
The one way I know to add icon for this object is to create a key in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Extensions\<GUID> where GUID is a CLSID of my BHO or ToolBand object. In this key I specify the ButtonText and Icon values.
After this manipulations I have:
1)Additional record in Manage Add-ons window
2)Icons for both records with specified CLSID.
In this solution I don't like additional record in Manage Add-ons window. I will appreciate if someone will describe how to add icon for BHO or ToolBand without adding additional record in Manage Add-ons window.
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