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WynApse Mining the Web for Silverlight so YOU don't have to
Chris Cavanagh gave up the source for his WPF Skinning application, Mike Ormond shares his OnFullScreenChange event pain, and the Expression Team Blog has a great Expression Design button tutorial.

WPF Skinning your Websites - Source code now available!
Chris Cavanagh came back quickly with a post with the source and some documentation for his last post... including some enhancements!
Silverlight OnFullScreenChange and AddEventListener()
Mike Ormond had some difficulty over the weekend wiring up an event to OnFullScreenChange and he'd like to help all of us avoid the pain :)
Creating your Own Vista "Chrome" Style Button
I'm a button junky and if I can find a way to use the xaml produced by this, I'm going to try! ... very cool WPF-ness.

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Posted on Monday, February 18, 2008 4:50 PM Silverlight , Silverlight 1.0 , Silverlight .NET 1.1 , Silverlight Cream | Back to top

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