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Its so strange that just when you begin to feel like that you know a framework or toolkit in-depth, something from the same pops-up to surprise you and force you to rethink. I recently had a similar situation with the Ext.Net toolkit, that I have been using for approximately 3 years now, and feel pretty comfortable with.
I recently had a very strange and interesting situation. I regularly use TeamViewer to provide Remote Help & Support to clients from my Windows 7 laptop. During one such recent Remote Session, the client had a wide-TFT display with resolution of 1768 x 992 pixels, while my laptop was running on 1280 x 800 pixels resolution.
I recently purchased a WordPress template from TemplateMonster for use on a client website. The template was recommended by the client himself to me, and he was pretty happy with the template applied to is site after some customizations to the design of the template.
However, he later came up with a request to replace some images used in a Flash movie on the template. As TemplateMonster's templates come with the source Flash .fla files, I thought this should be a breeze, which was not to be as I found out later.