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February, 2008

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    Drag drop library updated

    The drag drop entry that I had posted has been used by a lot of you guys out there and I have received a lot of suggestions/bugs. I also got a few ready made fixes from you... Thank You :) ... So I finally got down to incorporating all these changes and got the new library up ... One frequent problem was the adorner flickering and this was a result of the adorner being deleted and created ... so thats fixed. There are also some fixes, code moving around and the usual stuff. Hope you find the new library useful :) Library attached Share this post
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    Tool: Export Visio to Xaml

    This is a pretty nifty tool by Saveen .. The project is on codeplex: http://www.codeplex.com/VisioExportToXAML The results look amazing: (Visio rendering v/s Xaml render) Share this post
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    Maximizing borderless window using SysParameter values

    Earlier on, I had written a post on maximizing a borderless (WindowStyle=None) window but without covering the taskbar. This solution works well but was not that nice to look at implementation wise :) ... However, theres a simplere solution to achieve the same. I get quite a few queries about the previous post, so I thought it would be a good idea to post this simple solution.. < Window Width = " {DynamicResource {x:Static SystemParameters.MaximizedPrimaryScreenWidthKey}} " Height = " {DynamicResource {x:Static SystemParameters.MaximizedPrimaryScreenHeightKey}} " WindowStartupLocation = " CenterScreen " WindowStyle = " None " /> SystemParameters to the rescue... for the code behind version, win.Height = SystemParameters...
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    Announcing: Vista SP1 RTM/ WPF App quality guide

    The WPF team at Microsoft is happy to present the first release of the WPF Application Quality Guide. http://windowsclient.net/wpf/white-papers/wpf-app-quality-guide.aspx It’s a guide that upon completion can be a one-stop shop for guidance and best practices to improve product quality and testability for WPF applications. For those who missed the news yesterday, Vista SP1 was released to manufacture for the first set of languages (English, French, Spanish, German and Japanese). See the complete post here Share this post
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