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Hi Joe, welcome to the community :-)
To start off with, I would recommend trying some of the walkthrough labs available from our ''Documentation'' release at https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=158881&package_id=178202&release_id=409661.
In addition, if you have any questions, we would be happy to answer ...
Hi all, glad to find you here, glad to be here. after more than a week chasing down so many old and inactive ORM sites about old tools requiring old microsoft product versions, i'm *thrilled* to find this active project.
i have NORMA installed and even have a diagram. but i really need instructions on how this should be used. I've read the ORM ...
This is something that we are actively looking into. We will hopefully have a version that works with Visual Studio 2008 available soon.
I've just moved over from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2008. (Some might think that's irresponsible, but given my use of Visual Studio I assure you it's exactly the opposite:-))When I tried to install NORMA I was told that NORMA requires Visual Studio 2005. Any chance of a patch here real soon? I know I would appreciate it.
> I'm just trading off moving my mouse finger back and forth for moving my left hand all over
This, I think, is the main issue. dontclick.it is interesting as
much for how much you can do with just one hand as it is for
avoidance of clicking.
The goal of this kind of usability design must be to minimise the
time spent reconfiguring ...
After I posted note on using a stylist, I did try it (and a few other things), and found what you stated: that it doesn't work. Out of curiosity, found that the edge of a fingernail doesn't work, and the point of a knuckle doesn't work. My guess is that there is a minimum surface area that must remain in contact thought the motion; ...
Thanks for the info! I tried out the existing shortcuts, and I'm not all that enthusiastic about them. To open the tool box I hit one series of keys, then use the arrows for another series of keys. I'm just trading off moving my mouse finger back and forth for moving my left hand all over the keyboard. Then I have to mouse around anyways. ...
Thanks for the link - I'll check it out.
Got the SilverLight presentation from an MSDN tour in my area a couple of months back, just after the .Net 3.0 release. Bob Familiar (MS New England region), did the segment. I'm impressed with how good the stuff looks, given the fairly low bar set for hardware requirements, and the short DL ...
So you really didn't have much to say on the subject after all - with Jolt cola, one can before bedtime should suffice.
I have been planning on doing a NORMA demo/presentation for the local INETA chapter, for a while, but have been sans notebook for a some time. I just bought a low cost (but well appointed), Compaq laptop (I ...
I have no disagreements in principle with this discussion at all. There are some practical issues with using single keystrokes. For example, if an ObjectType is selected, typing 'N' will rename it to 'N'. Visual studio, however, is quite good at defining double (and I believe even triple) key commands. Some common ones are Ctrl-K,Ctrl-D (type by ...