I tried asking these questions in the Windows Forms group but have had no
response so I will try again in these 2 groups.
I am using VS2008.
I have created a 'base project' which includes references I commonly use
and a form inherited from my own base form. I also added some links to my
library file to try and make it easily available in all my projects.
Although I can export/save the template, when I create a new project based
on the template all the links point to a temporary folder, not to where my
library file lives. Is there a way round this, perhaps trying to persuade
VS to use absolute or relative links?
Also I have a base form which has code to save/restore its position. It
also has a Status Strip with a Status Label on it to show messages. The
modifiers of the Status Strip are set to Public.
I can't access the Status Strip from the inherited form, either in the
designer or programmatically. What else to I need to do to make it visible
in the inherited form please?
Jeff Gaines Damerham Hampshire UK
I can please only one person per day. Today is not your day.
Tomorrow, isn't looking good either.