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  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & XAML Part4: WPF BitmapEffects applied to Ink

    Want to create some fancy looking handwritten text or drawing? Tweaking the standard DrawingAttributes on an ink stroke won't get you very far - and creating a custom ink renderer is a lot of work. Why not just apply some of the WPF BitmapEffects to your ink. All you need to do is add a few lines of...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & XAML Part3: Ink Data Binding

    Data binding in WPF provides a great way for applications to present and interact with data. Elements can be bound to data from a variety of data sources - for example XML files. I have put together a sample that uses data binding to retrieve a collection of handwritten ink documents from a data store...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & Xaml - Part2: Zoom and Scroll

    Here is some more fun with ink and Xaml: Scrolling and zooming ink content - in WPF it is as easy as 1,2,3: 1) place an InkCanvas inside a ScrollViewer 2) assign a ScaleTransform to InkCanvas' LayoutTransform 3) data-bind to ScaleX/ScaleY properties in order to zoom in and out All of this...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Ink & Xaml - Part1: Ink Reflections

    With the InkCanvas element in WPF you can create stunning inking experiences for TabletPC users (mouse users can play along, too!). Several very cool scenarios can be enabled just by writing markup - without any additional code behind. Here is a first example: an ink input field (takes input from...
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