I need C1Flexgrid for WPF to be used as a usercontrol in my windows application project. I tried to do by inheriting the C1Flexgrid for WPF, but created user control is not listing in the toolbox. When I inherited normal DataGrid, its working fine. Can anyone help me out from this problem.
I am thinking of doing an article on Silverlight treeview (I know done to death but I like to think I have an interesting take on the design) and was thinking of the bits required. I would probably use AdventureWorks for the data. Now here is the stray thought!
WCF services are pretty much a no brainer, especially if you only want to supply select functionality, so why does Microsoft not set up a public WCF to service all the demo/article/sample requirement for AdventureWorks. Allow anyone to get a List<> of any table or view in the database.
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity
Hi, I am using the following code below to save and load the changes a user makes to shapes on a canvas (called 'myCanvas'). So I use the XamlWriter to save the entire Canvas to a file and the XamlReader to read. The XamlWriter writes appropriately but after calling the XamlReader the Canvas does not update with the saved content.
Am I missing a step?
I wouldn't approach it like this. A simpler way to do this would be to implement a value converter which did the heavy work of just displaying the appropriate image, rather than showing and hiding elements.
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With a limited Grid space, I want to have a list of TextBoxes (email addresses). If the TextBoxes fill up the Grid space I want a vertical scroll bar to appear, so that the TextBoxes don't run into the next Grid space. If the scroll bar is there (but grayed out) because the TextBoxes do not fill up the Grid space, that's OK.
I'm using WPF and C#.
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