Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1



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 @ Tuesday, May 8, 2007 5:59 AM
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# Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1

Left by Community Silverlight content at 5/8/2007 6:44 AM
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Originally written February 17, 2007, I've upgraded this to use the Beta 1 control. There were no

# Adding glyths to your silverlight apps

Left by LA.NET [EN] at 6/21/2007 3:58 AM
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Well, it ended up being easier than I though. You have two options: use the glyphs object or download

# re: Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1

Left by Sylvie at 6/19/2008 7:14 AM
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What about introducing LineBreak using Glyphs like with TextBlock. Is that possible? Thanks.

# re: Silverlight GLyph Explorer Converted to Beta 1

Left by Dave at 6/20/2008 6:28 AM
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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

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