I have been coding since the mid 80's. But my profile says i was born in the year 2000. Go figure. Age is a state of mind.

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comment To show downvoter's name
The site has always operated with the policy that you do not have to justify or supply any reason for up votes or down votes. In general the system works pretty well, although not everyone is happy all the time. As for why people do it - some people just be hatin'. They may not have understood your question, or may not have liked your approach, or they may have been having a crappy day. We will never know. Showing names will just lead to conflict and retribution.
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comment To show downvoter's name
You got a down vote, so what? I've had perfectly good questions down voted, you just have to live with it. Consider it part of the price of being active on the site. As for "the issue remains" - it's only an issue for those who want to make it an issue. Ignore it and move on.
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comment WCF hosted in WPF and how can i change control in MainWindow UI from wcf?
Sorry, but this current implementation of yours is so bad that it's hard to know where to start. You can host WCF in WPF, but you cannot use WCF to show WPF (not directly). I would suggest you look at something like Prism for eventing, and your main window can then subscribe to events and navigate in response to them.
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comment WCF hosted in WPF and how can i change control in MainWindow UI from wcf?
Your code doesn't make any sense an is insufficient for solving your problem.
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comment Can SO prompt for a stack trace/offending line for any questions with a NullPointerException?
How hard would it be to do the same for NullRefrenceExceptions in the .net tags?
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comment Opinion question with an expert answer
@mason So next time your doctor or lawyer gives you their learned opinion, make sure you treat it as unsubstantiated hearsay. The next line says some of their answer, so don't be determined to take my answer out of context.
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comment Are vote viewing apps discouraged?
Nah, you can't close it like that. Just leave it for a while, see if someone else answers. If no-one does then I'll put a proper answer in.
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comment Are vote viewing apps discouraged?
Because it wasn't necessarily always publicly available, and because the site offers rep based incentives. If someone wants to shortcut that incentive then so be it.
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comment Are vote viewing apps discouraged?
If it is built using the official API then they can't really discourage it because they've made the data public.
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comment Downvoting some other answer because one answer was downvoted
@BobStout There is no chance of that happening. We probably get a dozen requests per week on Meta for it, it has been discussed since forever. Having to comment when you down vote will be a PITA and lead to retribution (because you will know who downvoted). No system is perfect but the current one works pretty well.
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answered Opinion question with an expert answer
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comment MVVM: True seperation between GUI and ViewModels
One of the best and easiest ways to do this is to use a dependency injection container (like Unity) and only reference things via an interface. So your view would have a property called IViewModel ViewModel {get;set;}, and it would populate that property by resolving the interface from the DI container.
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comment MVVM: True seperation between GUI and ViewModels
I added your first image, but your second one appears to be identical - do you want to check it?
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comment Downvoting some other answer because one answer was downvoted
Yes and no. Morally it may be wrong, but there are no justifications required whatsoever for down votes, people can cast them any way they like.
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