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Using Rich Text on Windows 64

 
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PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2011 10:53 pm    Post subject: Using Rich Text on Windows 64 Reply with quote

This FAQ applies to Virtual Tree versions prior to 4.2. Prior to version 4.2 Rich Text rendering was implemented using the Infralution.RichText assembly which is an x86 (32bit) assembly. This means it cannot be loaded by applications running in x64 mode on Windows 64 machines and you will get an error if the application uses RichText.

In Version 4.2 and later of Virtual Tree the Rich Text rendering is implemented entirely in managed (AnyCPU) code and so this problem no longer exists.

The solution, if you need to use RichText with earlier versions of Virtual Tree, is to explicitly set the application project platform to x86. The application will then run under Windows 64 in x86 compatibility mode (WOW64).

For most applications running as an x86 application is actually a better choice. See this Microsoft article for an in depth discussion.
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