I was look at use the TaskPanelView I was able to create one but what controls can be put in
and had can i create my own control?
If you follow the tutorial you should find it easy. The string passed into the AddView is the ProgID defined in the class that is made COM visible in the assembly, and defined with the [ProgID()] attribute. Change that to anything you want so long as the 2 strings match and you shouldn't have a problem.
You can place absolutely anything on the taskpane... at least as far as I have tried.
I have Try creating a user control like Luke Malpass Has on his web site but when he definds the class name on the TaskpaneView.AddControl ( className, licKey) he has "AngelSiz.SWTaskPane_SwAddin" but i don't see AngelSix but AngelSix_Addin and dont see SwTaskPane_Addin
i have an project called SwSideBar the namespace is also Swsidebar and the Assembly name is swpdm
how do i link this up to an control in my project
I created a new project in c# to go step by step
and it didn't register in x64 but did in x32
now i need it to be in x64 and in my project
I got it to work good in C#
now that i have done it i try it in my add-in in vb
also it look like you can use ElementHost that connect to a WPF User Control I like that
I Have it on my Computer but when i load it on another users computer it dose not load
or hit the InitializeComponent(); on the usercontrol
Do you know waht i'm doing wrong
Thanks i forgot to reg the taskpane dll file
OK now if a user is run the add-in somtime i can't build or debug because a file is in use i look it up and it the user but the file is where i keep my code(on network for daily backups) but the codebase in the regedit is poiting to the users Hard drive ...\obj\Debug\Taskpane.pdb
Have you see this/ know what to do
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