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This release incorporates a ton of feedback from our discussion forums and your blogs. Here are some of the new features you'll find in Beta 2:
New Authoring Capabilities
- Inline spell checking
- Table editing
- Ability to add categories
- Page authoring for WordPress and TypePad
- Support for excerpts and extended entries
- Improved hyperlinking and image insertion
- Paste Special
- SharePoint 2007 support
- New APIs enabling custom extensions by weblog providers
- Automatic synchronization of local and online edits
- Integration with Windows Live Gallery
- Support for Blogger Labels
- New look and feel
- Available in 6 languages
- Improved accessibility and keyboard support
- Many other frequently requested enhancements!
Read more on the blog.
Hey Olivier, do you read my blog ? Here is the answer to your question, but this solution is not official
Roy Osherove just posted a link to a really hilarous story about a fantastic hacker, a must read.
I was experiencing for some time a quite strange effect on my no so old installation of Windows Vista. After some dyas of usage without any reboot I sometime was unable to open any new window, it could be an explorer, internet explorer 7 tab, a menu of tray icon, and this without any error message. I first thought it was an issue with the video driver, but after too much annoyance I searched the web and found a post "Max Num. of Open Windows under XP/2003/VISTA - Resolved !' explaining the issue and a possible fix.
Start++ is an enhancement for the Start Menu in Windows Vista. It also extends the Run box and the command-line with customizable commands. For example, typing "w Windows Vista" will take you to the Windows Vista page on Wikipedia!
Stay tuned... :-)
If you are using ASP.NET 2.0 CSS Friendly Control Adapters 1.0 with the Login controls of ASP.NET 2.0 you might have experienced some issue like multiple postback when using Internet Explorer. You might get a GREAT fix and explanation of the issue from Tana Isaac of Wellington, New Zealand.
A nice tool for Windows Vista, I will not tell you more you need to try it (especially you Didier ;-)