after my third install of vista, i again faced the problem of my IE search bar not working.
i installed 2 things prior to it not working:
well, primopdf doesn't even work in vista, so i uninstalled that
i then uninstalled the java runtime...lo and behold the ie search bar (and other things) worked again. apparently there is a known issue with the sun java add-in -- beware...or disable it.
some interesting posting going on over at john c. bland ii site.
john is a great guy who is well versed in the adobe realm of things (digging flex right now) and attended our mix conference and (i think) actually walked away with an appreciation (and changed perception) of what we are doing on some of the user experience areas.
his post on installing vista beta2
his post on toying with the expression tools
along with the other ‘best practices’ analyzers that have been released (sql, security, etc.), microsoft’s now released one for asp.net 2.0!
The Best Practice Analyzer ASP.NET (alpha release) is a tool that scans the configuration of an ASP.NET 2.0 application. The tool can scan against three mainline scenarios (hosted environment, production environment, or development environment) and identify problematic configuration settings in the machine.config or web.config files associated with your ASP.NET application. This is an alpha release intended to gain feedback on the tool and the configuration rules included with it.
download best practice analyzer asp.net
i just noticed the boys at interface (simon and spike — i’d link to spike, but he hasn’t told me his blog yet ;-)) completed their redesign of the interface site.
if you’ve ever met simon or heard his philisophical tirades on how you are evil if you ever implement a <td> element for positioning, you’ll notice the site is some serious css goo. i bet if you took the stylesheet away it would be all sorts of white-as-milk love.
anyhow, mad props to simon and spike (and whomever else geeked out on it). interface for me locally is a premier partner, always stepping up in ways you wouldn’t imagine…a leader in their space and a supporter of the community…
…and i like that when you click schedules it defaults to .net development ;-)
following releasing code for feedreader, the source for doclibutils is now available as well.
this is far less mature and has a few known scripting issues, but now those can tinker away!