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The way I use the Fact Editor (and I almost never create Fact Types from the toolbox, unless necessary), it seems like an extra step is required for each FT I create. Usually, I'll hit CNTRL-Enter to commit the FT, then CNTRL-A (if the new FT is the only thing in the designer page), or drag a box around the new FT, so I can move it ...
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Is there a way to mark a post reply as the answer to the question or problem mentioned in a post? Matt C. found a registry key left over from a previous CTP of nORMa tool, that was causing problems with Extension Manager in VS2008 04/08 Drop on Vista systems. We tested the problem, after removing the key, and EM is working as ...
Found and deleted the "Preview/CustomProperties" key on VS2008/Vista system - all's well with EM now.
BTW, I tried the test for >arity predicate error I passed along to you, after removing the key (onthe off chance - even though EM was working on VS2005 system, with the same problem), and that problem is still ...
Thanks Matt! Deleting that fixed the problem! :)
This one shouldn't be there, delete it and restart VS. This was an ealier name for the Custom Properties extension and was dealt with incorrectly a couple ...
Just realized I spaced and key was not expanded. I sent the branch to you as an email attachment "For Matt.reg"
Also, a reminder: I did not use setup.bat for the install - just in case it matters.
Thank you for providing more information on your day-to-day ORM needs. The reason that I asked is that we (my company Viev Pty Ltd) is making reasonable progress with our ORM tool, 'Richmond'.
Our vision is to have a tool which, while supporting ORM v2.0, will be quite dissimilar to nORMa, in that we tie 'Use ...
Just forwarded an email to you with this info.
Basically, the key is:
Name = (Default)
Type = REG_SZ
Data = (Value not set)
The tests I did were all when logged in as machine/system admin.
The notes in the email may give other clues.
I ran as administrator and it still didnt work.
Is this what you were asking for?