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==Create a new plugin==
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Use the description of Mr ChriZ to create a new Plugin.
 
http://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php?topic=32294.0
 
  
==Autoresizing of plugin==
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[[Programming Plugins in C#.Net]] - Gives a (small) description on how to program a plugin in C#
Draw a Panel upon the UserControl and do the following:<br>
 
- Set 'Dock' Property to 'Fill'.<br>
 
- Set 'Autosize' Property to 'False'<br>
 
  
Your Plugin will now automatically be resized to fit into the MC Plugin Area.
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[[MC Plugin Template for Visual Studio]] - Instructions on how to use the MC Plugin Template
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[http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms364046(VS.80).aspx Create you own Visual Studio Templates]
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[[How to use MC methods in .Net projects]]
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Create you own Visual Studio Templates

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