[Update on 2010-02-12] this project has been replaced by VisioAutomation – http://visioautomation.codeplex.com
Check it out: http://www.xkcd.com/353/ "Programming is fun again." Indeed. And yes, you’ll (very probably) learn to love the whitespace thing.
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[UPDATED ON 2010-02-12] Due to the number of significant changes over time to the library, the sample code shown in this blog post is no longer a useful reference. Go to the new project site: http://visioautomation.codeplex.com for the source code and samples that show how to use the library.
[UDPATE in 2007-09-29] I’ve updated the sample code to parse more of the output. It will make it easier to re-use the date. I still need to account for the TimeZone. Inspired by a recent post about Adding the NHL Schedule Your Outlook Calendar, I thought it would be useful to explore how C#…
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Marcelo Gattass has a very useful page ( Color Conversion Library in ANSI C ) that provides straightforward source code for color conversions. His site has made it much, much easier to make progress with my recent Visio activities: Automating Visio 2007 with AutoVisio – now on CodePlex Things to note about his site: His code is easy…
Sample code to import colors from Kuler into Visio. This code makes use of LINQ to XML, C# 3.0, Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2, Visual 2007, the AutoVisio library, Adobe Kuler, and the Kuler API. This code just takes the highest rated Kuler colors and draws them in Visio. Example of the current Kuler colors:…
As I’ve been exploring automating Visio 2007 through C#, I’ve been placing all that code in a library called VisioAutomation and put it all on CodePlex: http://visioautomation.codeplex.com Some examples of what it can create in Visio:
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