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This Template, for Visual Studio .NET 2005, creates a Project with all the basic coding needed to create a Plugin for Media Center 12.0.213 or higher. It can be downloaded here:MC_CSPlugin.zip[http://www.example.com link title]
 
 
I've created a Template for Visual Studio .NET 2005. This Template creates a Project with all the basic coding needed to create a Plugin for Media Center 12.0.213 or higher. It can be downloaded here:MC_CSPlugin.zip
 
  
 
To Install do the following:
 
To Install do the following:

Revision as of 12:44, 13 December 2008

This Template, for Visual Studio .NET 2005, creates a Project with all the basic coding needed to create a Plugin for Media Center 12.0.213 or higher. It can be downloaded here:MC_CSPlugin.ziplink title

To Install do the following:

Download the zip file. Extract the MC_CSPlugin.vsi file to some location on your harddisk. Doubleclick the file The Visual Studio Content Installer will open:

MC Plugin Template VS Content Installer.gif

Click Next A warning saying the content is not signed will pop up

MC Plugin Template NotSignedWarning.gif

Click Yes Click Finish in the next box

MC Plugin Template VS Content Installer Finish.gif

Click Close

MC Plugin Template VS Content Installer Succesfull.gif

Creating a new Project in Visual Studio .NET now has become very easy Start Visual Studio .NET 2005 Click in the 'File' Menu on 'New' and 'Project' (or Type Ctrl-Shif-N)

MC Plugin Template VS New Project.gif

MC Plugin Template VS New Project Wizard.gif

A new Project will be created for you after you click 'OK' Follow the instructions in the HTML displayed

MC Plugin Template VS New Project Instructions.gif