Re: [DQSD-Users] access denied displaying calendar

2005-04-27 Thread Kim Gräsman
Hi Tom, Weird. I've had DQSD running on SP2 for ages without any calendar problems... What else can you tell us about the setup? What skin are you using, for example? - Kim Tom Corcoran wrote: It sounds like no one has seen this, another sp 2 special. The message only comes up the first time but

Re: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-27 Thread Kim Gräsman
Hi Charlie, I don't know much about Win64, but don't 32-bit apps run cleanly on it? As long as the shell has the hooks used by DQSD, it should just work. Did you try it out? Cheers, - Kim Charlie Russel wrote: OK, I know I asked this before, when the x64 version of Windows went RTM. But not it is

RE: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-27 Thread Charlie Russel
Yes, Kim, I have tried it. :( The problem is that explorer.exe, and thus the desktop and task bar are 64 bit. You can't use a 32-bit extension to a 64-bit app -- 64-bit apps can't call 32-bit dlls, and 32-bit apps can't call 64-bit dlls. So even if the hooks are there, they're 64-bit hooks,

Re: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-27 Thread Kim Grsman
Hi Charlie, Thanks for the added detail... Interesting that 64-bit processes cannot load 32-bit DLL:s -- I hadn't even thought about it that way. It would be nice if we could build DQSD for 64-bit, but there are two main problems: a) Getting a build environment for 64-bit targets b) Testing and

RE: [DQSD-Users] x64 Version, please?!

2005-04-27 Thread Charlie Russel
I can certainly provide a build environment on my x64 box. I have an AMD Athlon64 3500+ on an ASUS MB with 2GB of RAM. It can boot into 32-bit Windows XP, x64 Windows XP, or Server 2k3 R2 for x64 (beta). Write me directly at: Charlie At Scribes Dot Com and I can set up a remote desktop