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  1. I appreciate the video showing the abilities, but can't all the same stuff be done without bunifu? Albeit a little extra work is involved, but it looks like something you can still make with Visual Studio by itself – I'm just starting to learn VS, so this isn't a rhetorical question; I really don't know the answer.

  2. The design looks nice, but I agree with others that WPF would be the better choice. It's a nice example though for those who are afraid to make the leap from WinForms to WPF and still want to make the UI look modern.

  3. Thanks for the video. I started learning programming about 6 months ago and now I am working on my first project. I have been very frustrated of the extremely plain and old fashioned designs of my application until now. Finally, I got a few tips and tricks on how to improve the graphical user interface from your video. Yayy, I will be able to create programs with more professional looking styles. Really thanks a million!!!

  4. Use a pictureBox

    bool mouseDown = false;
    Point offset;

    private void PictureBox_MouseDown(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) {
    mouseDown = true;
    offset = new Point(this.Location.X – MousePosition.X, this.Location.Y – MousePosition.Y);

    private void PictureBox_DragBar_MouseUp(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) {
    mouseDown = false;

    private void PictureBox_DragBar_MouseMove(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) {
    if (mouseDown) {
    this.SetDesktopLocation(MousePosition.X + offset.X, MousePosition.Y + offset.Y);

  5. No one wants to hear generic garbage rock music while watching a tutorial about Visual Studio and designing a form. Plus, when you insert a reference to currency, the $ sign comes before the number. Haven't you ever been to a store? It's $50. Otherwise it's pretty good I reckon. But where is your logic for not using WPF forms? They are able to exploit the GPU of a computer, whereas winforms cannot. And of course, there's no talking from you at all to explain what you're doing and why.


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