Code::Blocks or Visual Studio are more or less similar with some useful tools so as to compile and run quickly a simple project. First, you should learn how to use these compilers and their IDE. If you want to do something easier, I recommend you another platform like Unity, but it doesn't use C++, but C#. It could be a good start for beginners in prog. Or you could use an on-line compiler in order to elaborate your first scripts. I wish you the best ++
normally I would say that deserves a double face palm, but to be fair, GIT is really aggravating for non-users / non-coders to jump into cold so you get a pass :P To be less fair, someone else already said this...
Done. I took the project which is a little bit deprecated - but after a few modifications, it has been compiled without problem. I test it (yes I know that it's just stupid) and it works as expected. However, I have no clue what I am supposed to do. Download it. Test it - and please, let me know what it does ++
First of all, thanks for your help.
The program is for creating hot corners for certain actions, like minimizing windows and switching programs. Click on the taskbar icon to open the configuration screen.
The build worked, but it is constantly displaying a console. Is it possible not to display this window?
Hello bperdigao. This one works without a console. Exactly it disappears after a few seconds displaying a short information. This way, the user knows that the application is running, and it is still available in the task bar. I hope that it will be useful for you. I tried this little application and I really like it. Clever ++