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TheNotifyIconExample is a Visual C# Project Template that defines and manages NotifyIcon, TaskBar, Mouse Clicks, ContextMenuStrips, Startup, Exit Logic, using Visual Studio Project User Settings. ...
TheNotifyIconExample is a Visual C# Project Template that defines and manages NotifyIcon, TaskBar, Mouse Clicks, ContextMenuStrips, Startup, Exit Logic, using Visual Studio Project User Settings. No build is ever required after changing any setting. Never waste time on any project designing any of this totally redundant code, even again. Have it ready to go, from the second your projects are created now and in the future. Two templates are provided, one with and one without comments. Works with all versions of Microsoft Visual C# including Express Editions. Includes ClickOnce deployment and automatic-updates technology in project properties for web server and web site deployment, simple change the web site name. Install the templates from the download tab and choose Open or Run How To Use TheNotifyIconExample Download and place both files, as is, unzipped in your Visual C# Project Folder. Open Visual C# - From there: File -> New Project -> ("From My Templates") Select TheNotifyIconExample with Comments") -> Name your project -> Click the OK Button. In the Solutions Explorer window, right-click on Form1.cs and choose View Code. Read the comments to see how TheNotifyIconExample Works. On the top Menu of Visual C# Choose: Build -> Build Solution Debug -> Start Debugging Project ("Your Project Name") Properties -> Settings Use your mouse to expand/collapse the columns here and view the current default settings for TheNotifyIconExample, any of these settings can be changed on the far right, under value, by clicking false or true, and changing the ListBox for any setting to the opposite of what the setting currently is set to now. To see your changes take place simply do: Debug -> Stop Debugging Debug -> Start Debugging Save or Discard the project. It's that easy to use these Templates.
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