TheNotifyIcon Example Templates

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Released: Jan 7, 2009
Updated: Jan 9, 2009 by TheUberOverLord
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Application TheNotifyIconExampleBoth.Vsi
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Application TheNotifyIconExampleWc.Vsi
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Application TheNotifyIconExampleWoc.Vsi
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Source Code TheNotifyIconExampleWc.Zip
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Source Code TheNotofyIconExampleWoc.Zip
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Here are the NotifyIcon templates for download.

You must have a version of Visual Studio C# Installed. Please see the home page here for how to get and install a free copy if needed.

There are 2 templates one with comments ("Wc") and one without comments. ("Woc")

TheNotifyIconExampleBoth.Vsi file contains both templates and will install them automatically. it's the only one you need really.

Each template also can be installed automatically using the .vsi ("Visual Studio Content Installer") files.

.Zip Files for each of template have also bee included, if you would rather download these and manually instead of using the Visual Studio Content Installer files above, which will do it automatically.

If you wish to use the .Zip file(s) instead of the .vsi files above place them in your Visual Studio C# Project Template Folder, as is ("Do NOT unzip them") which is normally located in:

C:\Documents and Settings\Your Windows Username\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Visual C#

The TheNotifyIconExampleBoth file contains BOTH templates and is the only file you need to install for both templates unless you wish to install one at a time.

Download and click open or run to install automatically any of the .Vsi files.

Then open Visual Studio C# then do:

File -> New Project ("Select the template from My Templates, name your project, create it, run it in debug")

To change the way the logic works using Visual Studio C# do:

Project ("Whatever Your Project Name is") Properties -> Settings and change values from false to true or true to false and re run the Project in debug.

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