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ToolTip 2017

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Submitted on: 11/13/2019 1:52:23 AM
By: Hubert Gut new account 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: C#
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     A ToolTip which goes way beyond standard and offers entries for: Links, Images, an Icon, multi-Tip lines and a title. Pending on the properties assigned it shows a single line tip only. Written for developers which demand more than a minimal GUI in their projects. New Bulk hint support! Update: Hintclick

 
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11/13/2019 12:21:14 PMDavid

Thank you. Glad you are still turning out quality code.
I enjoyed your VB6 applications.
Look forward to following more of your C# code examples.
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11/14/2019 2:23:54 AMHubert Gut new account

Thanks a lot David for your appreciation! After much of controls coding I went over to tools and into Applications and maintain ~500 projects currently. Yes it is challenging! In mind I separate UI from business code which allows me to tune both separately. I follow lazy loading principles using C family and ASM coding. I was under the impression that this site was down thus the reappearance, otherwise I like the site. Good to see you again.
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