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Please Help - Demo Version Not Functional

Posted By Brant Williams 8 Years Ago
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Is there a registration or key process for the evaluation download?

Will the evaluation version not work with C# Express 2010?

I can not get anything to work. I tied to follow the most basic tutorial example, as follows:

1. Open Visual Studio, select File->New->Project... command and create a new Windows Application Project CHECK
2. Add references to "Nevron.System.dll", "Nevron.Presentation.dll" and "Nevron.UI.WinForm.Docking.dll" assemblies CHECK
3. Open the Form1.cs in the code editor.
4. Add the following "using" statements:

using Nevron.UI.WinForm.Controls;
using Nevron.UI.WinForm.Docking;

CHECK CHECK.

Now..as soon as I get to this point, the namespaces Nevron.UI.WinForm.Controls and Nevron.UI.WinForm.Docking are not recognized. "Nevron" is underlined in red.

If I go to the References Section under the Solution Exporer, the (3) assemblies added are then. But if I open the Object Browser...they are NOT THERE.

What is going on..? I started over a few times...added the references from the Project Menu, them immediately looked in the Object browser. They were there.

Then as soon as I add the using statements...the assemblies "Nevron.System.dll", "Nevron.Presentation.dll" and "Nevron.UI.WinForm.Docking.dll" will no longer show up in the Object Browser.

Is is like as soon as they IDE looks at the assembly...it locks up and can't be seen...which is what led me to believe this is some sort of licensing issue...

PLEASE HELP!


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Hello Brant,

When creating a new WinForm project in VS2010, the default targeted framework is .NET 4.0 Client Profile. Try changing the targeted framework to .NET 4.0.

VS 2010 users must switch the target framework to ".NET Framework 4" as by default Windows Forms applications target ".NET Framework 4 Client Profile". This is required, because Nevron controls for WinForms are using design time support features that are not present in ".NET Framework 4 Client Profile". To do this right click on the project in Solution Explorer and select properties. On the Application tab go to "Target Framework" and select ".NET Framework 4".



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I uses VS 2010 and my default is already .Net framework 4.0. (Project menu, Properties, Compile tab, Advanced Compile Options, Target framework.)

After I checked, it shows that Path for the followings REFERENCES are not properly set:
-AxInterop
-Interop
-Nevron.Example
-Nevron.System

So I add the above references again with the path i installed Nevron 2012 for 2010.

Good luck.



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