[Mono-list] What exactly is UIA* stuff and how do I get it to work?
steffen-winkler at gmx.de
Fri Sep 13 04:52:30 UTC 2013
Huh, okay. Then...why is it needed? I'll explain what I did that
(apparently) caused the need for this assembly:
My program, on Windows, makes use of a trayicon. I tried to run the
program on Ubuntu 13.04 and Ubuntu 13.04 Gnome Edition, but my trayicon
wasn't appearing. (note that at that point, the assembly wasn't needed)
I searched around and found out that I'd have to use an AppIndicator,
provided by libappindicator0.1-cil.
I implemented it, compiled my program (which compiled successfully) and
tried to start it. And at that point I got that error about needing that
Could it be a property I've to set somewhere?
Am Donnerstag, den 12.09.2013, 22:58 +0100 schrieb Ian Norton:
> Sounds like the stuff that makes screen readers work on windows, doubt
> you will have much luck
> On 12 Sep 2013 21:37, "Steffen Winkler" <steffen-winkler at gmx.de>
> I'm currently trying to get one of my programs to work under
> systems. Now, when I try to start my program, I get an error
> which says
> that an assembly with the name 'uiadbusbridge' couldn't be
> found. I
> searched and found out that it's not included in any of the
> Debian based
> distributions (at least I couldn't find any repository listing
> a .deb
> file that contains that lib).
> On the bright side, I found the github repository of that UIA*
> and downloaded the .zip file. But even after ~2 hours of
> trying I
> couldn't get it to compile successfully. As an example:
> Automation.Compare(int,int) can't be found in one of the
> UIAautomation classes.
> Figuring that this is probably not the correct way, I decided
> it'd be
> best to ask some people that have far more experience with
> mono than
> I've: You guys.
> I hope that someone here can tell me how to get my program to
> work and
> maybe explain to me what that UIA stuff actually does. From my
> understanding it makes GTK# and WindowsForms able to interact
> eachother, (in which case I really need it).
> With kind regards
> Steffen Winkler
> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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