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comment WPF Units and Code-Behind
This is what I was looking for, thank you!
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comment XDocument binding Elements and Attributes
Thank you, this is the correct answer for my question. Thanks again!
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comment Making the TreeView.ItemsPanel a Canvas
Well TreeView is binded to XDocument and uses HierarchicalDataTemplate so I get all the levels of document displayed. Data are hierarchical.
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comment Making the TreeView.ItemsPanel a Canvas
Yes, I want to use HierarchicalDataTemplate and from what I've found on the Internet, it's only working with TreeView. But I will go with ItemsControl gladly if there is a way to make this work with it.
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comment WPF Units and Code-Behind
Aha! msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/…
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comment WPF Units and Code-Behind
Thanks for your answer. I'll try to figure a right Converter on my own and possibly ask a new question if I fail. Thanks again!
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comment WPF Units and Code-Behind
I tought Converter could be a way to go. But before I write my very own, do you think there is a way to determite what Converter does XAML parser use? I think there must be a built-in converter in WPF already, since XAML supports this units. So I'd preffer using the built-in one, I just can't figure out a way of determining which one it is. Some stack trace investigation probably? I don't really know, any ideas, please? :)
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comment SerialPort Sniffing
I downloaded Process Monitor and it will probably do what I want. I have to experiment with it for a while. Thanks for the answers!
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