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I need to view the people who developed MSVC++. I have seen this in other microsoft applications. In the About box dialog if we use some hot keys like CTRL+SHIFT. Can somebody grant some light?
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From MFC FAQ (you can find them at www.stingray.com):
To see the spinning PLUS with the MSVC team members:
In MSVC 2.0 or 2.1:
A. Bring up the about box: help/about
B. Press control-tab and double click in the middle of the box at the same time.
NOTE: You must have the MSVC CD loaded for this to work, I think.
If above does not work, try this-> copy the MSVCCRD.DLL from the CD to msvc\bin.   CTRL+Double-click the picture in the dialog.
 
note: release the CTRL key at the same time as the second click.
 
To see the Visual C++ 4.0 about box, double click in the about box while the CD-ROM is in the drive and you are holding the control key down. The OK button should go away. Wait about 3-5 minutes and you should see a pretty neat flight simulator! You can browse the picture by opening msdevcrd.dll which lives in msdev\bin.


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