I didn't even install it after what I've read here and on the programming list.
however, I did install dev++ and with a little scripting got the console window reading auto. but at least I can do decent code in it.

At 12:46 PM 1/15/2011, you wrote:
Hi Jim,

Well, the thing is once upon a time I use to use the Visual Basic,
Visual C++, and Visual C# IDES as well, but as of Visual Studio 2010
the Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual C#, and Visual Web Developer 2010
IDEs are fairly unaccessible. As a result I just do all the code in a
text editor, and then load the project into the IDE to compile it.
That saves me the trouble of trying to figure out which child window
has the editor, and which has the class view, resource view, solution
explorer, bla, bla, bla. So, yeah, you are right that the Visual Basic
6 IDE is pretty accessible and in that way is a less of a hastle
compared to say Visual Basic 2010.


Cheers!


On 1/15/11, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
>
> Yeah you know I was trying to agree with you. But I do like different tools > for different tasks. Like I have Word for reading docx files that I receive
> from the lawyer etc and I like HJ Pad for the spell checker.  But like when
> I write a simple batch file or check a simple text file I use Note Pad.  It
> opens right off as compared to the seconds that it takes Word to open a docx > file. And then there is that I very much like coding in the VB6 IDE which I > don't think works so well for you and other VIP in C. But seriously I would > check out the other text editor programs that you like if HJ Pad didn't work
> so well for me for documents and the VB6 IDE didn't work so well for me for
> programming.
>
> BFN
>
>      Jim
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