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  1. In Topic: MediaElement.MediaPlayer.Play() in WinForm never run

    Posted 3 Jun 2013

    But still, it is usable with WinForms :)

    Still curious why I need to open WMP before I can run it without problem... If I don't open WMP, it can only play audio when it breaks at the breakpoint.
  2. In Topic: How best to design relations?

    Posted 21 Apr 2013

    Hey, this part: 'outside the concern of the database' really made me look into database design in the right perspective. Made me re-think what is actually needed by the db.

    Thank you very much! :D
  3. In Topic: Searching the best route

    Posted 26 Oct 2012

    When I say the chef is best at a certain menu means he cooks it to be the most delicious meal.

    So, what I meant by optimum is for the end customer to get the most delicious menu in the 1 hour time frame. There will be trade-off; means the customer might not get the most delicious meal for all meals. The most optimum is when the customer get the most delicious out of all the menus that he ordered.

    Btw, found something that might be useful for this(finally!). The Linear Programming (or Linear Optimization).
  4. In Topic: Code/driver signing

    Posted 30 Jun 2012

    Actually my company does have the cert from the CA, although I don't know who holds that currently.. :P

    Okay, I can't sign the .inf file. So, I need to sign the install file instead? (the .exe file) Do I need to sign the install file using the cert from CA, or I can just sign it using our own cert? The underlying driver is already signed by Microsoft anyway.
  5. In Topic: Code/driver signing

    Posted 30 Jun 2012

    So, we are actually free to use either certificate?

    Here's my situation. I'm using FTDI driver, which is already signed by Microsoft. But the .inf is edited to cater for our hardware need, so the signature verification failed during the installation.

    Now, do I sign the edited .inf with self-generated key or using the one from CA? What's the pro/con of using the two of them? When is it compulsory to use the one from CA?

    Sorry, I tried to google about this, but I couldn't get any straight answer..

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Code T(h)inkers
25 years old
May 18, 1988
- Programming<br />- Game<br />- Song (mostly Japanese)<br />- Comics
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C, C++ (Intermediate)
C#.Net (Beginner)

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    mostyfriedman Icon

    01 Feb 2011 - 10:04
    Thanks for your concern, I was supposed to go back on the 4th of feb, but I have postponed it to 2 weeks later.
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