I was tried to drop two buttons into TableLayoutPanel(Winforms). I can't do it. I thought TableLayoutPanel should works very similar with GridPanel in WPF. It should hold multiple controls. I thought that should be the problem my SharpDevelop. So, I tried to upgarde my SharpDevelop to the latest, version 3.2. It still doesn't. Thus, I believe TableLayoutPanel can hold only one control.
To solve this issue, the solution is very similar, just dropping a panel inside the cell of TableLayoutPanel. That works! Panel control can multiple controls.
Nowadays, movies are in the 3D age. This monring, I found Google Street View of Australia can switch to 3D mode too! But it needs tradition read and blue 3D glasses. I tried the realD glasses ,which are used in the major 3D cinemas, cannot get it works!
I wish to introduce "Handcent SMS". That is a very nice SMS client. Firstly, it looks much better than the black and white Default SMS Client.
Android Default SMS Client
Moreover, it supports "Text to speech" and "Voice Recognization"(I can't test it because I have not installed recognizer"). In additional, there is a set of SMS template. Yeah! I love it a lot. It saves me a lot of time to type, becuase my sms messages are always something like, "where are you" and "I'm running late.", those kinds of simple stuff! Now, I just need to select from the template for the reply!
Google Chat Send a file
Google added a new feature in iGoogle and Orkut. That is the "Send a file" for Google Chat in the widget of iGoogle and Orkut.
I used this feature, that is quite good! I don't need to install any plug-ins. I just logined into iGoogle and click a contact in the "Chat" Section. Lastly, I clicked the menu option under "Actions". That is it! The file is sending now!
Sending a file
Sadly, GMail has not this feature yet!
I was wondering where is the facebook app in Sense UI. In the settings, there is a section to enter facebook details. There should be an app for this. Today, I found it. We can see our friends' status updates under People! That is a good concept, grouping the facebook into the contact list. That is much better to have a standalone facebook app!