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  1. 1 hour ago, Wither said:

    ... feel free to message me with coding tips ...


    You can actually link the two Offset sliders in the UI.

    Add a property rule in the OnCreatePropertyCollection() override. Edit the property names to reflect those in your project.

    PropertyCollectionRule[] propRules = new PropertyCollectionRule[]
        new LinkValuesBasedOnBooleanRule<int, Int32Property>(new object[] { PropertyNames.XOffset, PropertyNames.YOffset }, PropertyNames.LinkBoxDims, false)
    return new PropertyCollection(props, propRules);


    1 hour ago, Wither said:

    ... messages akin to "oh my god, I thought you were dead!" ...


    Welcome back.

  2. Ok, it all depends on what @Pixey wants to allow (host's prerogative to have final say), but I do not think two loose sheets of paper qualify as a Notepad.

    Should a Notebook qualify as a Notepad (the former being much larger than the latter)?


    Where I come from, a Notepad fits in your shirt pocket. But of course, words definitions vary among different locales.

  3. 29 minutes ago, Frustrated_newbee said:

    But I don't know how to prove this to them. 


    Have you proved it to yourself? Did you inspect the image file after saving it in Paint.NET?


    Anyways, just tell them to change the DPI metadata on the image themselves. The image is already at the correct resolution (according to you).

    If they are hassling you about something so easy for them to change, you should just fire them and work with another party.

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  4. Here's an idea for a potentially annoying feature.




    - It would only show when there's no saved Effect Token. Meaning you haven't opened CodeLab and clicked OK.

    - There would be an option to completely disable it. See the CheckBox in the lower-right.

    - It could speed up the time it takes to open CodeLab, since a few things would be deferred (the Scintilla control, the Intelligent Assistive initialization, and code compiling).  Although, the next version of CodeLab will already have some improvements to startup time, so the impact may not be grand.

    - It would (hopefully) make CodeLab easier to use for first-time users.



    So, a few questions for everyone using Codelab:

    If this feature was implemented, would you would disable it?

    How often do you use the default code when CodeLab opens? or do you usually Open an existing file or create a New file?