Check Browser Object Plug-ins/Add-ins

Check Browser Object Plug-ins/Add-ins

Post by Univers » Thu, 08 Apr 2004 21:08:02

Just a suggestion that you all check your Browser &, or E-mail
component/object plug-ins/add-ins for untoward shenanigans.

Often the low life, often polemically challenged, criminal types
let 'em loose on Usenet and similar lists.


1. Schedule an email without plug-ins or add-ins?

2. Visio Tools? Add-Ins, Plug-Ins, etc.


I stepped away from Visio for a while so lost track of things. But
I'm happily back. I have some ideas for mashing up Visio with other
modeling and UI tools. But first, I'd like to update my understanding
of the Visio add-in universe to see if I can make my development life
easier. I have Paul's SuperUtilities and the Wise 3-D tool. But
other than those:

Is there a Visio add-in glossary page somebody can point me to?

Can you recommend specific add-ins that provide value to you?
(including programming tools)

Thanks Much,


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