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> MSNCoreFun Preview (DirectUI Element Viewer)
TheSteve
post Dec 25 2009, 03:40 PM
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Hello everyone.

I realize that skinning in this forum is all but dead, but for good measure I will post it here as well.

I have released an updated version of my DirectUI element viewer program that is compatible the latest Windows Live software.

The download is here:
http://memskin.fanatic.net.nz/?p=6
Keep in mind that this program is targeted at people interested in seeing the structure of a DirectUI window. A normal user will have no practical use for this program.

Let me quote the download page:
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Description: This is a pre-release version (beta so to speak) of the new MSNCoreFun program. New features include element selection and compatibility with the latest Windows Live Applications (those using uxcore.dll). The program also in certain conditions allows viewing elements of non-Windows Live DirectUI based applications such as Windows Explorer and the Add/Remove Programs control panel applet. This version has removed the list selector for windows and has replaced it with a drag and drop finder tool. This change is due to changes in the way windows are structure in the various Windows Live applications.
Requirements: This time all needed run time libraries have been statically linked in to the executable.
Known Issues:
* Data contexts are currently not supported.
* Dumping DirectUI data from applications that do not link to uxcore.dll currently requires that system debugging symbols be located in c:\symbols
* 64 bit applications are currently not supported. (32 bit DLLs do not play nicely with 64 bit applications.)


If you experience any issues, please let me know.
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