[Configuration] - getting exception when trying to debug configuration phase

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.1.0 BETA 1' started by zivh, November 1, 2009.

  1. zivh

    zivh New Member

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    MediaPortal Version: HEAD ver 24026
    MediaPortal Skin: default
    Windows Version: xp sp3 with all relevant sp
    CPU Type: quad
    HDD: 360GB
    Memory: 2 GB
    Motherboard: gigabyte
    Video Card: nvidia 8800GT
    Video Card Driver: latest
    Sound Card: onboard
    Sound Card AC3: onboard
    Sound Card Driver: default
    MPEG2 Video Codec: k-lite codec pack
    MPEG2 Audio Codec: k-lite codec pack
    h.264 Video Codec: k-lite codec pack
    HTPC Case: no
    Cooling: fans
    Power Supply: 600+w
    Remote: no
    hi all new to this forum and first my deepest admiration for this sw - great job.
    i wanted to extend the application with a plug-in so i have downloaded the source code and tried to run it with VS2008 enterprise edition but i'm getting constant exception of 'System.InvalidOperationExceptio when trying to set the splash screen as onTop.
    i'm not a C# programmer (C/C++ are my main languages) but i have searched a bit and saw a thread saying that this member had been restricted from direct access in latest versions of .NET 2.0 but i didn't find a method that will give access to it - any ideas how to advance? i have tried to disable the line but without any luck. i also wanted to use delegated method to set this member but it seems there is no method to set it....
    thanx


     
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