Click here to Skip to main content
15,905,325 members
Home / Discussions / C#
   

C#

 
QuestionWPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
Derek Kennard21-Jan-18 19:30
professionalDerek Kennard21-Jan-18 19:30 
AnswerRe: WPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
phil.o21-Jan-18 23:03
professionalphil.o21-Jan-18 23:03 
GeneralRe: WPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
Derek Kennard22-Jan-18 6:37
professionalDerek Kennard22-Jan-18 6:37 
GeneralRe: WPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
phil.o22-Jan-18 6:40
professionalphil.o22-Jan-18 6:40 
GeneralRe: WPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
Derek Kennard22-Jan-18 7:43
professionalDerek Kennard22-Jan-18 7:43 
GeneralRe: WPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
Derek Kennard23-Jan-18 8:05
professionalDerek Kennard23-Jan-18 8:05 
GeneralRe: WPF C# Messagebox Result Issue Pin
phil.o23-Jan-18 11:53
professionalphil.o23-Jan-18 11:53 
QuestionCoding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Member 1358827720-Jan-18 2:03
Member 1358827720-Jan-18 2:03 
What I mean by...

Moveable elements: index cards, scrabble tiles, etc.

move: 'grab' and drag with LMB to another part of the window

I'm new to C# and WFC, etc. but have years of experience in PHP, C and other languages.

What I'm looking to know is:
- which element(s) (if element is the right word; checkbox? text entry field? what-have-you?) to use to create a scrabble tile or index card (whatever; the moveable object/thing)
- how movement is handled

Either a general sort-of pseudo code explanation or actual code is fine.

I don't know the terminology used in WFC (if WFC is even the right acronym) so maybe this question doesn't even make sense.
SuggestionRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Richard MacCutchan20-Jan-18 3:01
mveRichard MacCutchan20-Jan-18 3:01 
AnswerRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
BillWoodruff20-Jan-18 5:17
professionalBillWoodruff20-Jan-18 5:17 
AnswerRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Eddy Vluggen21-Jan-18 3:10
professionalEddy Vluggen21-Jan-18 3:10 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Nathan Minier22-Jan-18 1:21
professionalNathan Minier22-Jan-18 1:21 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Member 1358827722-Jan-18 5:47
Member 1358827722-Jan-18 5:47 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Nathan Minier22-Jan-18 5:58
professionalNathan Minier22-Jan-18 5:58 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Eddy Vluggen22-Jan-18 8:42
professionalEddy Vluggen22-Jan-18 8:42 
AnswerRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Gerry Schmitz22-Jan-18 12:03
mveGerry Schmitz22-Jan-18 12:03 
QuestionRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Eddy Vluggen22-Jan-18 13:54
professionalEddy Vluggen22-Jan-18 13:54 
AnswerRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Gerry Schmitz22-Jan-18 14:23
mveGerry Schmitz22-Jan-18 14:23 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Eddy Vluggen22-Jan-18 14:37
professionalEddy Vluggen22-Jan-18 14:37 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Gerry Schmitz22-Jan-18 16:38
mveGerry Schmitz22-Jan-18 16:38 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Eddy Vluggen23-Jan-18 0:20
professionalEddy Vluggen23-Jan-18 0:20 
GeneralRe: Coding Moveable Elements for Games or Whatever Pin
Gerry Schmitz23-Jan-18 7:37
mveGerry Schmitz23-Jan-18 7:37 
QuestionHow to insert the XML file in SQL Server Pin
Jieha Lee19-Jan-18 4:23
Jieha Lee19-Jan-18 4:23 
AnswerRe: How to insert the XML file in SQL Server Pin
OriginalGriff19-Jan-18 4:58
mveOriginalGriff19-Jan-18 4:58 
AnswerRe: How to insert the XML file in SQL Server Pin
jschell20-Jan-18 5:54
jschell20-Jan-18 5:54 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Praise Praise    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.