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Originally written February 17, 2007, I've upgraded this to use the Beta 1 control. There were no surprises with this, just plumbing and normal changes such as removing "javascript:", or modifying args.x as I've discussed in previous conversions.

Some of the issues are still in Beta 1 apparently, such as the ability to take a mouse hit on a Glyph. If you look at the exposed xaml, the checkbox canvas contains the MouseLeftButtonDown. That canvas includes the glyph and the text, yet only the text launches the code.
Posted on Tuesday, May 8, 2007 5:59 AM | Back to top


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# Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1
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Originally written February 17, 2007, I've upgraded this to use the Beta 1 control. There were no
Left by Community Silverlight content on May 08, 2007 6:44 AM

# Adding glyths to your silverlight apps
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Well, it ended up being easier than I though. You have two options: use the glyphs object or download
Left by LA.NET [EN] on Jun 21, 2007 3:58 AM

# re: Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1
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What about introducing LineBreak using Glyphs like with TextBlock. Is that possible? Thanks.
Left by Sylvie on Jun 19, 2008 7:14 AM

# re: Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1
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Silvie...

I know where you're going with this... and I think that becomes a function of the control itself and how it handles the CRLF... I didn't try that, but I'm sure that if it worked, someone would have written about it prior to SL2.

I'm gong to guess that it doesn't do a linebreak, probably just doesn't print.

-Dave
Left by Dave on Jun 20, 2008 6:28 AM

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