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Old 02-17-2008, 12:02 AM   #11
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Silverlight is just a plugin. You can only add it's code to whatever website you are creating. You can't actually use it to design websites.

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so how do u use it in your codes and stuff?
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so how do u use it in your codes and stuff?
yes good point and also wheres the icon, I have been to Microsoft and read up but still don't quite get this, how do I use something when I don't even know where to find it, theres no icon on the browser and if its like a built in thing. when if any am I using it? its installed but so what its like the invisible man.
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Python and ruby support will be dropped like a flash when it takes off, along side MS C++ another attempt by microsoft to rule with world with .NET
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^^ that still dosent explain how to use it
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You don't "use" it that sense. You just install the plug-in to enjoy any site that uses that has Silverlight enabled content. Much like the Flash and Java plug-ins. You don't use them, but you need them to view Java and Flash enabled content on websites.
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You don't "use" it that sense. You just install the plug-in to enjoy any site that uses that has Silverlight enabled content. Much like the Flash and Java plug-ins. You don't use them, but you need them to view Java and Flash enabled content on websites.
Ok I see now, do you know of any sites that use it yet?
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