If you are dealing with non-ASCII fonts in [CodeSmith] templates or their outputs then you probably noticed that non-ASCII chars are replaced with question marks. There is a cure though.
Place ResponseEncoding="utf-8" attribute in <%@ CodeTemplate %> node of cst file (CodeSmith template) like this:
That's it. Both [CodeSmith] source file and output will happily contain all of your weird chars (why is there a need for non-ASCII anyway ;-))
Found this today:
If you are interested in how Origami looks then check out this video.
Well, not exactly died. But got a serious injury.
I just got information from Eventus that this part is replaceable and doesn't cost too much so it is worth getting a new part.
Scott Hanselman found out a $100 coupon discount for [CodeSmith] ($100 off CodeSmith professional).
Go find it here: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/HanselminutesPodcast13.aspx
I've put online some photos taken during EMEA MVP Summit 2006 event held in Cambridge, UK.
Find them here: