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Upgrading from Smart Office 10.0.5.2.16 to 10.1.1.0.19

I like shiny new things. Apparently I’m attracted to flashing lights aswell, which explains the working in IT. FWIW, in my mind, I was justifying the use of .Net4.5 and access to the new parallelism functionality that is available. Because … Continue reading

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Inforum 2013

Looks like I am going to make it to Inforum 2013 in Orlando this year.  If anyone out there wants to catch up or have a chat about interesting things they have done – then let me know. I’m always … Continue reading

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LSO & API/MI – a guest post

A couple of weeks ago I got an email from Jonas to share discussing using the APIs from LSO 10 – which is fantastic timing as we have recently upgraded. As I am sure most of you are aware, version … Continue reading

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Controlling an Internet Explorer Session from a JScript

Let us say that you have some product specifications stored on your intranet, and your paranoid network administrator requires authentication – the PNA was kind enough to provide a generic read only login. You want to make life easy for … Continue reading

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Controller.RenderEngine.Content – what does it give us access to?

After a dry spell, there’s now a couple of posts at once… 🙂 I have alluded to this in the past, but I thought I’d take the opportunity to provide a specific post on this topic. The name itself is … Continue reading

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A Few Wee Changes

The more astute may notice that there are a few new additions to the titlebar which will help prevent some of the older but useful posts from getting lost in history 🙂 Related Sites – some other sites which may … Continue reading

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Finding the name of a Control with the IsMouseOver property

Ok, I got sidetracked. I had intended to map out the layout of the controls that are common between most programs within Smart Office, but I wanted to have a bit of a play around with something a little more … Continue reading

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