It's been five months since I posted an Update on My Illustrator Plug-In and Flash to XAML Conversion Tool. When I wrote that post, I was in deep preparation for our 2008 Professional Developers Conference, and I didn't have any time to focus on the plug-in. On top of that, I have to admit that I wasn't very motivated to dive back into a C++ project; while I used to write C/C++ all day long, that was many, many years ago. I've since been spoiled by managed code. But I digress...
I found my project files, converted them to Visual Studio 2008 (yes, it's been that long), and spent some time fixing two issues that I've received a lot of e-mail about:
The last small tweak I made was to rename the Silverlight and WPF formats so that they're next to each other in the "Save as type" drop-down list in the Export dialog. You'll now see "XAML for Silverlight (*.XAML)" and "XAML for WPF (*.XAML)". I hope this makes it easier to locate the formats in the list.
I've also verified that the plug-in works properly with Adobe Illustrator CS4.
Download version 0.18 from the Adobe Illustrator to XAML Export Plug-In page.
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It's great to see that this is still under development. If it's not too late for a feature request, something really key would be to include layer names as x:Name attribute values rather than as comments in exported XAML.
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URL : http://blogs.msdn.com/mswanson/archive/2009/01/... Mike Swanson has updated his excellent plugin
Awesome! this plugin has been _invaluable_ for the past couple of years - I couldn't have done my job without it. Thanks for keeping it updated :)
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