Just for future reference I have a game developers list on my web site
where you might be able to get more help on these types of questions.
The Audyssey list isn't really the appropriate list for these types of
questions although I'll try and answer your question since I've said
this much. Smile.
When you started Visual C++ you have to create a new project. I assume
you picked either the Win32 Windows or Win32 Console application project
solution. If not you need to create one before you can begin programming
Once you have a project there are two modes the editor can be in.
Design view which means you can drag and drop tools from the toolbox
onto your form such as buttons, labels, timers, text boxes etc. The
other view is edit view which allows you to edit your code. If you are
writing a Win32 Console application it is always set to edit view.You
can toggle between edit and design view in Windows projects by pressing
f7 while in the file you are working on.
Finally, when you start a new project you might not have any files
opened in the editor. You can open and select project files by using the
solution explorer. To open a file go to view, solution explorer, and you
will be taken to a tree view of your entire project. Find the file you
want to open/edit and presss enter. You should then be either in the
edit view or design view depending on the type of project or file you
are working on. If the editor isn't open use f7 to switch the view
between design/edit view to work on the source.
On Sun, 2010-01-17 at 22:32 +0000, Harmony Neil wrote:
> I opened the c++ development environment ready to write something, just for
> a bit of practice from some tutorials, but according to jaws I hadn't
> written anything, even though I was typing as normal. Well I closed it and
> went back to my notepad file I was reading from and realized I couldn't do
> anything properly. For example, I can't navigate the text by word or
> sometimes even by line unless I constantly press insert up arrow.
> Is there anything I need to do to be able to make jaws work with Visual c++
> express edition as it should? I notice there are already scripts for it,
> but it's just being strange at the minute.
> Any ideas?
> Please feel free to contact me by details listed below.
> Thank you,
> MSN: harmonyn...@live.co.uk
> AIM: neilharmony
> Skype: harmonylneil
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