jfo's coding

adventures in windows forms and wpf

August, 2006

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About JFo

Jessica (aka JFo) has 9 years experience building user interface libraries at Microsoft.   As a developer on the Windows Forms team, Jessica designed and implemented various aspects of the Windows Forms runtime for the 1.1 and 2.0 releases of the .Net Framework.  Her current project is the "Cider" designer for the "Dev10" release of Visual Studio.

About the blog

This blog is designed to talk about two different subjects: Windows Forms and the "Cider" designer for the Windows Presentation Foundation.  For a list of articles on Windows Forms, be sure to check the "Best and worst of JFos Coding by Category."

Providing WPF feedback

There are multiple ways customers can provide feedback and suggestions for Windows Presentation Foundation:

Providing Cider Feedback

Cider is in its early stages of development.  We encourage customers to send us feedback through  

Providing Windows Forms Feedback

There are several ways to provide feedback to the Windows Forms team

 

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    Code maintenance tip, and why EventArgs are a good thing

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    …tap, tap, tap… I’ve been coding away lately and ran into one of those frustrating situations where I needed to add several new arguments to a function with a parameter list already a mile long. That’s used in three places. And I wasn’t sure what...
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    Workaround for disabled flyouts

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    Frans ran into some trouble disabling parent menu items. Turns out they dont disable the evaluation of child shortcuts. This was an oversight on our part. That said, most applications remove flyouts that are not in-use so as to not taunt users with menus...
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    Win32 Activation and Focus

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    For the most part, activation and focus work pretty darn well in windows, until you want to tweak something that doesn’t fit within the typical windowing model or roll your own menu. Most folks don’t separate out activation and focus, but they are...
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