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Anybody ever use InkX or RichInk from OpenNETCF? Im having difficulties adding it on my windows mobile form, building the application is no problem, but when deploying it, a strange error pop up, saying something like missing Assembly. Btw, Im using Visual Studio 2008 as my editor.

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Last Post by shinnxennosagga
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oh, ya, this is the runtime error that occurs :
"File or assembly name 'OpenNETCF.Windows.Forms, Version=2.1.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=E60DBEA84BB431B7', or one of its dependencies, was not found."
there's no problem on compile time, but I cannot run it.

by the way, this is the code I tried :

OpenNETCF.WindowsMobile.Ink.InkCanvas tes = new OpenNETCF.WindowsMobile.Ink.InkCanvas();
tes.Location = panel1.Location;
tes.Size = panel1.Size;
tes.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;
panel1.Controls.Add(tes);
panel1.Update();
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Well, I don't really manage to fix that problem, seems like the components is not compatible with Visual Studio 2008 (added in 2003 would be fine), so I just make my own component that suits the feature I need.

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