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Silverlight service release today - 4.0.51204

Today we are releasing an update to Silverlight 4.  This is an update to two areas where no workarounds could be provided for customers and we found it important to fix.  The two issues in today’s update (which brings Silverlight to version 4.0.51204.0) are: Diacritics Foreign diacritical marks (usually accent marks on non-US languages) do not display in a TextBox control or a RichTextBox control in an out-of-browser (OOB) application on the Mac platform. This update simply fixes what was a broken piece of functionality. Trusted and Signed Applications Before you apply this update, a Silverlight 4 OOB application can enable an update only when...

Smashing Magazine December 2010 Windows 7 Theme

December is here (and half way done…sorry for delay)…time for an updated Windows 7 Smashing Magazine theme pack! The December themes mostly concentrate on a lot of holiday themes.  Frankly my delay was in part because I didn’t find them all that inspiring…sorry, I just didn’t.  So here is your December 2010 Windows 7 Theme Packs for wallpapers – unfiltered and uncensored – about 50 wallpapers in all. Smashing Magazine December 2010 Windows 7 Theme (calendar) Smashing Magazine December 2010 Windows 7 Theme (no calendar) ...

Silverlight 5 Plans Revealed

Today we had the SIlverlight Firestarter event and revealed to the world for the first time, not only the plans for the next version of Silverlight, but also a slew of demonstrations of some key features. If you weren’t able to attend live or online real-time, we have recorded the sessions which will be available later this week on Channel 9. There has been a lot of confusion on the future of Silverlight.  Microsoft wants to ensure we have a great developer platform portfolio that supports all great technologies like HTML5, Silverlight and WPF.  We’ll continue to invest in these technologies for...


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