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This visualizer allows you to view images while debugging. You can install it by unzipping the file and moving the dll to the C:Users[USER NAME]DocumentsVisual Studio 2008Visualizers directory (you don’t even need to close Visual Studio!). Once it is in place, you should be able to hover over a variable that is of type Image, click on the magnifying glass in the pop-up, and the visualizer will open.
AjaxSplitMenu.jpg – This is a screen shot of the designer view in Visual Studio 2007.
Application.zip – This is the zip archive that contains the example. It has been uploaded to the Web so you can download it and start experimenting with it.
ReadMe.txt – This is the Read Me file that describes the contents of the Visualizer.
Practical Ajax, Second Edition (Second Edition) (PDF) – This is the PDF version of the latest edition of the Practical Ajax book.
AjaxSplitMenu.zip – This is the zip archive containing the Visualizer.
Demo.zip – This is the zip archive containing the demo that illustrates the usage of the Visualizer.
License.rtf – This is the license file for the Visualizer.
Tutorial.zip – This is the zip archive containing the tutorial that illustrates the usage of the Visualizer.
UpdateLog.txt – This is the update log file for the Visualizer. It was updated on March 9th, 2009.
Changes are listed here and updates are in order of the date they were applied.
03/10/2009 – Update to the version that will be packaged with the 2010 product.
03/09/2009 – Includes the update to the Visualizer that will be included with Visual Studio 2010. This version requires Visual Studio 2010 to be installed.
03/09/2009 – Includes the updated example and tutorial that illustrates the usage of the Visualizer. Also includes instructions for installing the Visualizer on VS 2005, VS 2008, and VS 2008 Express.
I am currently working on the Visualizer. I have been using it for some time now and it is amazing. I’m sure that I’m not the only one who would love to have this with all the other.NET/C# Visualizers available
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The Keymacro Visualizer Visual Studio Visualizer allows you to visualize a Keymacro by creating a Visual Studio Visualizer for the Keymacro. This feature is useful for debugging a Keymacro that is causing an exception. The Keymacro Visualizer allows you to view the keyboard state at the time of the exception as well as the results when the Keymacro runs. You can install it by unzipping the file and moving the dll to the C:Users[USER NAME]DocumentsVisual Studio 2008Visualizers directory (you don’t even need to close Visual Studio!). Once it is in place, you should be able to hover over a Keymacro, click on the magnifying glass in the pop-up, and the visualizer will open.
1. Click on the Visual Studio menu and select
Tools->Extensions and Updates.
2. Click on the Microsoft tab and select any Visual
Studio 2005 Tools Extensions or Visual
Studio 2008 Tools Extensions.
3. Click on the Load button to load the
4. Click on the Install button to install the
5. In the Product Name field enter Visual
6. In the Description field enter Visual
7. Click on OK to close the box.
8. Click on OK to close the Extensions and Updates
9. In Visual Studio choose Tools->Extensions and Updates.
10. In the list of installed extensions, click on
the Visual Keymacro Visualizer extension.
11. Click on the Load button to load the extension.
12. Click on the Install button to install the extension.
13. In the Product Name field enter Visual
14. In the Description field enter Visual
15. Click on OK to close the Extensions and Updates
16. In Visual Studio choose Tools->Extensions and
17. In the list of installed extensions, click on
the Visual Keymacro Visualizer extension.
18. Click on the Update button to update the
19. Click on OK to close the Extensions and
Now you are ready to use Visual Keymacro Visualizer.
1. Visual Keymacro Visualizer Visual Studio Visualizer.
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This program creates a visualizer that displays static images in a visual studio
Visual studio 2005/2008 and the code-assist add-in and therefore Image Visualizer
Right click the Solution and select Add and Add Existing item.
Click Yes when prompted to include subfolders.
Navigate to C:\Users[USER NAME]DocumentsVisual Studio 2008Visualizers (note that the Visualizers folder needs to be created)
Open the Visualizers folder and you should see a file named ImageViewer.vb. Double click it to open it.
Press Ctrl+F5 (Ctrl+F8 for debug mode) to launch the application and press F5 to debug.
Add a class and code the constructor so it takes a string that contains the image location.
Add a variable of type Image to a form.
Set the variable’s value to a valid image file path.
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This visualizer allows you to visualize the Image properties. This
property is a stream which can contain binary data or a filename.
| Notes on load time |
| The visualizer loads the image stored in the variable (image) and displays it in the |
| tool window. The image is displayed at the coordinates specified in the visualizer’s |
| constructor. The visualizer will load only the image if needed. |
| The visualizer allows you to copy the image or to save it to the clipboard. The visualizer |
| will not show a tooltip on the image unless you press the shift key and hover the mouse on |
| the image. The tooltip will show the address (in hexadecimal) of the image and the file size. |
| The file may
To run the game you will need:
Windows 7, 8 or 10
Intel Core i5 3.1 GHz or better
Intel HD 3000
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or better
AMD Radeon HD 6XXX or better
It is recommended you have at least 16GB of RAM (32GB is better)