Monthly Archives: March 2007
Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Workflow 22.214.171.124, it contains Feature Added: Add a ParentTask property in the ITask interface,when a task is created in a block activity, using ParentTask can access the parent block activity task. Add a new AssignTask … Continue reading
Outlook dragdrop feature is included in the latest Aspose.Network release, which enables developers to easily create UI elements that respond to Outlook drag drop events. The following sample shows how to create a panel, on which user can drag a message from … Continue reading
Hot fix contains:Memory optimization on loading images and rendering of slides.
We have released Aspose.Network 126.96.36.199! What’s new? This is a major release for Aspose.Network, with Microsoft Exchange Server supporting (WEBDAV). Supports fetch e-mail messages on an exchange store. Supports delete e-mail messages Supports send e-mail messages [C#] string mailboxUri = “http://gz.aspose.com/exchange/andrew“; string … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I mentioned about getting a camera to mount on my kite. Now its here and today was the first try out. The consumer technology is amazing (especially if you don’t look at stuff for a while). … Continue reading
March 14, 2007 – Sydney, Australia – Aspose Ltd started trading in 2002. In the last five years the company has come a long way. What started as a Sydney-based team that developed components for .NET developers, has grown to … Continue reading
Perfect day for learning surfing. Smallish waves, no problems paddling out. Great location Muriwai Beach. Highly encouraging mate. We are kiwi blokes. Next one is me filming through a few nice waves.
What to do if you need to remove bookmark and its entire content from the document altogether. The only method existing in API for that is setting Bookmark.Text to an empty string. But that will work only for the simplest … Continue reading
There is a known issue of loss of formatting when setting form field text input value using Result property or SetTextInputValue method. For example, you have formatted your text form field as bold and it comes up as normal text … Continue reading