Thanks for the reply.
I've quickly looked through your article yesterday and today but I am under the impression that the produced script allowes for copying or moving files but not creating shortcuts of the files.
Can you possibly shed some light there?
Also, if this is the case, can you point the bits that I would need to change in the script?
I just Tried with the FTP session for my project using Embeddded VisualC++ 3.0.
After using InternetOpen, InternetConnect Api's, I just procedded with the FtpSetCurrentDirectory, FtpFindFirstFile. But when compiled I get the error 'FtpSetCurrentDirectory' : undeclared identifier.
I have used those as below
FtpSetCurrentDirectory(ftpsession, directory );
I have also included the Wininet.h, wininet.lib for the x86 Processor & using the HandHeldPC Emulator.Can any one tell me how to solve this problem.
I was thinking that it would be a cool idea to provide a simple control that could be embedded in PocketPC and TabletPC applications that would train a new user on how to use a pen.
For instance, TabletPC pens have a right-click button which can be a hassle, and PocketPCs have the press-and-hold for right click op's.
The control would be invoked by a single call (TrainingDialog.Show()), with potentially a way to list which training steps that would be available to the user (double-tap, pressure sensitivity for Tablets, right click etc).
Obviously once tablets and mobile devices become more ubiqutous the need for this will be less, but I know that if I handed my Mother a tablet PC she would love it, but would initially not have any idea how to use it. A drop-in training dialog would be a nice community service.