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comment Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
@nikhil No, your tags are fine. It was the answer that you marked that needed attention - if it is marked as the answer then it should be technically correct and accurate, otherwise it is useless (and even misleading) to others who look at this question. This is not a criticism of Nicholas (I've submitted incorrect answers in the past), it's more of a reminder to you that others look at your question, they may have the exact same issue or be using your question as a guideline, therefore you want to keep it useful.
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comment Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
@LuisFilipe That's cool - just because a question is a duplicate that doesn't mean it can't or shouldn't be answered - it simply means it shouldn't be reopened.
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comment Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
For those about to cast a reopen vote: think carefully. This is not a question about how to properly define a dependency property, it's a question about "I have a Null Reference Exception, how do I fix it?". While it can be answered by telling the OP what value to set (as all these questions can be), there is no value to be gained by reopening it, it's still a duplicate.
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comment WPF bind DataGridTextColumns Cell string value into style setter
@horseman1210 If you are looking to make the cells editable, then use a ValueConverter in the binding, and make sure you implement the ConvertBack method.
Feb
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comment Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
Please pay attention to what you've marked as the answer. By marking incorrect answers and leaving random comments on other answers you make your question (and its solution) worthless to anyone else. This site gains value from accuracy and completeness; it loses value when the OP of a question can't be bothered to do things correctly.
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revised Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
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comment Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
This is totally and utterly the wrong answer.
Feb
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comment Create a DependencyPropery with Observable Collection in ViewModel
Possible duplicate of What is a NullReferenceException and how do I fix it?
Feb
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comment WPF bind DataGridTextColumns Cell string value into style setter
@horseman1210 I'm a bit puzzled - do you mean the object properties Have1 and Have2 etc. contain explicit string values "true" and "false", and you need to evaluate those as booleans in the data triggers?
Feb
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comment WPF bind DataGridTextColumns Cell string value into style setter
If it's a simple value type being bound to the datagridcell then <DataTrigger Binding="{Binding}" Value="True">... should be sufficient, no need for a relative binding.
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comment Email Validation / confirmation
This is something you should do yourself.
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revised Email Validation / confirmation
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Feb
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comment WPF: two connected Datagrids, disable one of them
Why have a separate grid? Why not use the row details functionality to show the details grid? Here's a visual example using the Telerik grid, but it's a common thing to all grids: docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radgridview/row-details/…
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answered XAML Int to boolean converter
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comment c# hide class members when exporting DLL
You need to show us specifically what didn't work - without that we can only guess what the problem is. Did you try this but still try to combine the assemblies?
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answered c# hide class members when exporting DLL
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comment C# WPF - Setting Textbox.Text to string doesn't work
I'm voting to close this because it's a simple case of forgetting to specify the property (effectively a typo).
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