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  • BEMcN:  What you say in your post doesn't really mean anything.  It's not a VB or DotNET question.  I think you're talking about a problem with Visual Studio API for creating extensions for VS in which case the language you're writing an extension in (ie VB) is not at all relevant.  If you were talking about the Most Recently Used interfaces in Visual Studio SDK though, you probably wouldn't say things like "MRU file" like there was only ever one and frankly you definitely wouldn't use pointless and meaningless terms like "reams" or "garbage" when you're obviously not talking about Garbage Collection.

    You probably know something I and literally everyone else on earth doesn't know about what you're really trying to do.  Always start there.  Don't just go throwing random words on randomly elected forums.


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    Monday, March 16, 2020 9:34 PM
  • Hi,

    What do you mean by garbage?

    Is it only the VB project file or other files?

    Could you please describe your problem in detail? This will make it more possible for us to determine what your question is about.

    Best Regards,

    Julie


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    Tuesday, March 17, 2020 2:13 AM

  • As for COVID-19:  The solution is just to turn off the TV.  It has all the same symptoms as the common cold and all reports from people who survived (or are surviving) infection have been that it's not even as bad as the annual cold outbreak.  It is true that the nationwide number of infections doubled overnight as a direct result of Congress and the POTUS discussing hundreds-of-billions of dollars in "coronavirus relief" funding.  More people have died in auto accidents across the USA, every single day, than have died in the weeks or months since CO19 got to our shores.  In fact deaths by CO19 in the USA amount to 4/5ths of 1% of deaths by car accident in the same time period.  It is literally over 100 times safer to be infected with COVID-19 than it is to drive or ride in a car on public streets.


    Andrew,

    I wish it was. Here in Europe especially in Italy it is really bad. Expectations are it will come even more over most populated parts of Europe as it is even now. Of course the west coast of Europe is even more populated then the coasts of the USA, but in those you can expect the same as here. 

    In Italy there are currently 26000 active cases and 5500 closed. From which 3000 recovered and 2500 died. 

    I guess that in the mid USA there is a lower chance and maybe vaccins are available when it becomes there. But it is not a simple flu likewise I've seen told on some TV broadcasting in the USA. 


    Success
    Cor



    Tuesday, March 17, 2020 5:31 PM
  • Here in Europe especially in Italy it is really bad. Expectations are it will come even more over most populated parts of Europe as it is even now. Of course the west coast of Europe is even more populated then the coasts of the USA, but in those you can expect the same as here.

    In Italy there are currently 26000 active cases and 5500 closed. From which 3000 recovered and 2500 died.

    Well, the EU is absolutely insane. The countries hit hardest are the ones who refused to close their borders in a timely fashion and most of the EU countries bowed to EU socialist pressure to keep borders open. My understanding is that the rationale has something to do with the witless assertion that preventing an uncontrollable contagion from entering the country is racist.

    I'm very sorry that you have to deal with the real-world consequences of idiotic political posturing and virtue signalling in the face of what is effectively an alien invasion.  Absolutely nobody should be subjected to that.

    I guess that in the mid USA there is a lower chance and maybe vaccins are available when it becomes there. But it is not a simple flu likewise I've seen told on some TV broadcasting in the USA.

    The US President reacted with travel bans including import/export from affected countries almost instantly. We're very, very lucky that we had this one in office when this happened.

    Absolutely nobody in the USA is calling COVID-19 "a simple anything." That would be almost as ridiculous as what's really happening:

    • Here in the USA the mass communication isn't that this is "a Coronavirus" or even "COVID-19" but this is "THE Coronavirus" as if it was the first one ever discovered. The misconception instantly induces people to panic by itself.
    • Here in the USA our liberal media and politicians are all acting like COVID-19 is best described as "AIDS has gone airborne and suffering and death are included with every infection!!!" I'm not even exaggerating. It's being played as highly contagious even before you know you have it and far more deadly than it really is, even far more deadly than it has been in harder-hit areas like Europe and China.
    • Here in the USA, with around 3/25ths of 1% the population infected, our Congress (lawmakers) and even our President (chief executive of military and enforcement) are grossly overreacting with new laws that require employers to give anyone confirmed to be infected with Coronavirus paid leave, on top of taxpayer money to be paid out to companies and individuals who may or may not have actually been affected by the Coronavirus or even the facilities and services shutdowns used to help stop the spread.
    • Major sporting events and public holiday parades have been cancelled by the cities that host them. Let me rephrase part of that: Major sporting events have not been cancelled, but the general public is not being allowed to attend. So the Lakers can still play the Celtics but nobody can pay for admission at the door. The players and team owners have responded by refusing to play just for the TV cameras and the audience at home. Some people have taken this as a cue that SuperAIDS is real, while others are just doubling up on their tinfoil hat and blaming the federal government for "taking over and shutting down" the whole world.
    • The news media advertised paper product shortages when there weren't any, so all the stupid people (I like to call them the Lowest Common Denominator or LCD) rushed out to every grocery store in town and bought out all the toilet paper, Kleenex tissues, and paper towels. When that worked really well the news media advertised food and water shortages when there weren't any. That call for the dumbest people on earth to raid the local storehouses for everything they could afford went out Sunday or Monday while the shelves were still stocked all over my town (except in toilet paper and paper towel). I cringe at the idea of going shopping today not because I'm unaware of the disinformation propaganda but because I really don't want to see the ultimate stupidity resulting from it.
    • Very, very few outlets are reporting accurately and without melodramatic overstatement as to the infection and death-by-infection rates of COVID-19. Those few are just pointing out what I said in my last post. It's a and not the Coronavirus. It's a new variant and we don't know where it came from, so there's a good chance of mutation making it harder to treat or bringing worse symptoms. The chance of mutation increases with every single new infection. It isn't actually 4 Coronaviruses but 4 GROUPS of Coronaviruses that we already recognize and carelessly stuff into the category of "the common cold." It is in fact exactly 2 Coronaviruses that were ever legitimately "bad things" and those 2 are MERS and SARS.  The chances of this particular Coronavirus (COVID-19) becoming another SARS are 1,000,000 to 1 where the probability of COVID-19 eventually becoming just another Alpha or Beta (ie: a common cold) rises with every infection that doesn't result in the victim exploding into bloody mist on the spot.

    According to the numbers you've provided, Cor, the number of deaths by Coronavirus in Italy are still less than half the number of deaths by car accident in the USA over the same 2-3 month period. Granted that Italy's population is something like 1/5th the population of the USA. Granted that every death is tragic.

    Reality remains unchanged: Coronavirus has not yet been shown to be a real threat to anyone who did not have pre-existing medical conditions, specifically heart and lung problems but not discounting immune deficiency and frailty from plain old age.

    The same reality shows that countries who really have been dramatically affected are suffering nothing at all other than the utter unemployability of their leadership and authority figures.


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    Tuesday, March 17, 2020 6:35 PM