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Posted in WPF/E at Wednesday, January 31, 2007 9:49 AM Pacific Standard Time

Just got this when I went to view a WPF/E enabled webpage (trying to figure out layering stuff and was going to view Mike Taulty's example).

I haven't found the download yet, but I'm looking.

Update: Shawn Wildermuth beat me to posting the question in the WPF/E forums (that guy is always a step ahead of me :) and here is the Microsoft response:

Yes, we are aware that this message has appeared. This is a result of a bug in our timebombing code (only affects Windows OS). You'll need to reset your clock to continue using WPF/E. We are working on getting an update out as soon as possible.

Ouch! I hope they fix this soon since it is going to crap out a couple of my sites.

Update2: Another post in the WPF/E forums annouces the release of the Feb CTP of WPF/E. Users can download it here, developers need to update their aghost.js file here.

Earlier today, you may have noticed your “WPF/E” December Community Technology Preview (CTP) control expired.  No worries though- we’ve just posted the February CTP for Windows and Mac to Microsoft's download center and updated the samples on the Channel 9 Playground to work with the new CTP.  Note that to get your samples working with the February CTP, you’ll need to change out the agHost.js file with the new one found here. Tomorrow we’ll update the website with details on what’s new in this release, and an updated SDK and samples will be available soon too.

So far I noticed that it has broken a few of my animations, but other than everything seems to be working. It will be interesting to see what was fixed.

Thursday, February 1, 2007 10:02:54 AM (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Thanks for the post- the animation issue is known and will be addressed in the upcoming SDK.

- Sean (Director, WPF/E)
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