Tips an ideas with Silverlight
TextBox with Strikethrough in Silverlight by modifying the TextBox template
Someone recently asked about a strikethrough in a TextBlock. The need was for a short piece of text that was dynamically generated. I messed with some solutions and came up with the following: I used a TextBox rather than the TextBlock. If you don’t want it to be editable, I suggest isReadOnly to true. You can change the read only part of the template if you don’t want it to look different in Read only view. Put a TextBox on the form. Right click on the TextBox and choose EditTemplate -> Edit ......

Posted On Sunday, June 27, 2010 1:28 AM | Comments (1)

Mousin' down the PathListBox
While modifying the standard media player with a new look and feel for Ineta Live I saw a unique opportunity to use their logo with a dotted I with and attached arc as the scrub control. So I created a PathListBox that I wanted an object to follow when a user did a click and drag action. Below is how I solved the problem. Please let me know if you have improvements or know of a completely different way. I am always eager to learn. First, I created a path using the pen tool in Expression Blend (see ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 15, 2010 1:30 PM | Comments (0)