|Related to : Options disappeared from the project's application properties on Visual Studio|
|1MB application using Visual Studio|
You need the .Net Framework for c#. No way around it. Most newer
versions of Windows come with a version of the .Net Framework so
depending on which version you target and which Windows versions you
support, you may not need to distribute .Net.
Here's a post showing which versions of the framework come on which
versions of Windows.
|How can I set a file name using a variable in a Visual Studio project template|
Indeed, you can also use variables within the item template.
...whereby fileinputname is the name as specified in the wizard
(without extension). The safeprojectname parameter would give you the
project name (not sure, if this can onl
|How can I access to a file in a local directory project in visual studio|
this is the code i use:
Func> ObtainCreatureList = ObtainCreatureListFromArray;
string creatureNameArray =
IList<Creature> creatureList =
var villianList = from creature in creatureList
|UI appearance different running through visual studio vs installed application|
I'm betting you have something in the first part of your XAML that
says says like d:DesignHeight. This is only used when your're editing
it in XAML, not during runtime. You could just get rid of any
DesignHeight / Width in your XAML and it should then look the same.
Try deleting anything like this:
|Microsoft Visual Studio Form Application - mysql error|
May you try to change your code like this:
dt = new DataTable();
using (MySqlConnection conn = new
using (MySqlCommand cmd = new MySqlCommand())
cmd.Connection = conn;