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QuestionHow do you make a .net component run as an embedded resource? Pin
Arg...darn anynomous mode lol17-Jan-04 15:36
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Colin Angus Mackay17-Jan-04 15:42
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QuestionHow do you make a .net component run as an embedded resource? Pin
Anonymous17-Jan-04 15:34
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QuestionShould I keep using it or should I change? Pin
caheo17-Jan-04 14:25
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GeneralBUG: Graphics.DrawString Pin
leppie17-Jan-04 11:25
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GeneralWhat do you want to do today? Pin
leppie17-Jan-04 11:52
leppie17-Jan-04 11:52 
MS employee: Lets smoke more pot! Smile | :)

This is absurd:
"The default action of DrawString works against you when you display adjacent runs: First, the default StringFormat object adds an extra 1/6 em at each end of each output; second, when grid fitted widths are less than designed, the rendered string is allowed to contract from its measured size by up to an em.

To avoid these problems, do the following:
Always pass MeasureString and DrawString a StringFormat object based on the typographic StringFormat (GenericTypographic).

-and-

Set TextRenderingHint graphics to TextRenderingHintAntiAlias."


It still doesnt answer why MeasureString should return incorrect values...D'Oh! | :doh:

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QuestionHow do you think about delegate in c#? Pin
Forrest Feather17-Jan-04 9:50
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Heath Stewart17-Jan-04 11:19
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GeneralCheck if app is themed Pin
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GeneralA GDI+ Question Pin
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GeneralExecutin Plugins Pin
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Questionwhat kind of project Pin
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Generalchanging report at runtime Pin
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