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  • How can I handle events within my custom control?

    - by highone
    I am not looking to create new events. I need to create a canvas control that optionally fades in or out depending on whether or not the mouse is over it. The code below probably explains what I want to do better than I can. private Storyboard fadeInStoryboard; private Storyboard fadeOutStoryboard; public FadingOptionPanel() { InitializeComponent(); } public static readonly DependencyProperty FadeEnabledProperty = DependencyProperty.Register("IsFadeEnabled", typeof(bool), typeof(FadingOptionPanel), new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(true, OnFadeEnabledPropertyChanged, OnCoerceFadeEnabledProperty)); public bool IsFadeEnabled { get { return (bool)GetValue(FadeEnabledProperty); } set { SetValue(FadeEnabledProperty, value); } } private static void OnFadeEnabledPropertyChanged(DependencyObject source, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs e) { } private static object OnCoerceFadeEnabledProperty(DependencyObject sender, object data) { if (data.GetType() != typeof(bool)) { data = true; } return data; } private void FadingOptionPanel_MouseEnter(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) { if (IsFadeEnabled) { fadeInStoryboard.Begin(this); } } private void FadingOptionPanel_MouseLeave(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) { if (IsFadeEnabled) { fadeOutStoryboard.Begin(this); } } private void FadingOptionsPanel_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { //Initialize Fade In Animation DoubleAnimation fadeInDoubleAnimation = new DoubleAnimation(); fadeInDoubleAnimation.From = 0; fadeInDoubleAnimation.To = 1; fadeInDoubleAnimation.Duration = new Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(.5)); fadeInStoryboard = new Storyboard(); fadeInStoryboard.Children.Add(fadeInDoubleAnimation); Storyboard.SetTargetName(fadeInDoubleAnimation, this.Name); Storyboard.SetTargetProperty(fadeInDoubleAnimation, new PropertyPath(Canvas.OpacityProperty)); //Initialize Fade Out Animation DoubleAnimation fadeOutDoubleAnimation = new DoubleAnimation(); fadeOutDoubleAnimation.From = 1; fadeOutDoubleAnimation.To = 0; fadeOutDoubleAnimation.Duration = new Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(.2)); fadeOutStoryboard = new Storyboard(); fadeOutStoryboard.Children.Add(fadeOutDoubleAnimation); Storyboard.SetTargetName(fadeOutDoubleAnimation, this.Name); Storyboard.SetTargetProperty(fadeOutDoubleAnimation, new PropertyPath(Canvas.OpacityProperty)); } I originally was using this code inside a usercontrol instead of a custom control before I found out that usercontrols don't support content.

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  • Why is this method executing twice each time I call it?

    - by highone
    I have the following method that is executing twice every time it is called: public static void ChangeToRepository(RepositoryTextBox textBox, int repositoryNumber) { MessageBox.Show("you"); int indexOfLastRepository = (textBox.RepositoryCollection.Count - 1); if (repositoryNumber > indexOfLastRepository) { AddTextRepositoriesThrough(textBox, repositoryNumber, indexOfLastRepository); } textBox.RepositoryCollection[textBox.CurrentRepositoryNumber].CurrentText = textBox.Text; textBox.PreviousRepositoryNumber = textBox.CurrentRepositoryNumber; textBox.CurrentRepositoryNumber = repositoryNumber; textBox.Text = textBox.RepositoryCollection[textBox.CurrentRepositoryNumber].CurrentText; } The first time that the method executes, it executes all of the code except for its last line: textBox.Text = textBox.RepositoryCollection[textBox.CurrentRepositoryNumber].CurrentText; The second time, it executes all of the code. What's up?

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  • Could you help me understand how to create a C# api by setting the scope of methods, objects, proper

    - by highone
    The answer to this SO question says that you can create an api by exposing methods, objects and .ect by setting their scope to public. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/630971/how-to-start-creating-an-application-api-in-net One of the main things I want to expose is the text of a textbox. Would the best way to do this be to create a public static Text property that is updated by the textbox's textchanged event? Also what would a developer do in order to interact with this text property? Would they add a reference to the program .exe in their program? Please help, I'm quite clueless here. Also was not sure how to word this question, feel free it edit if it is unclear.

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  • Is there a more efficient way to get the number of search results from a google query?

    - by highone
    Right now I am using this code: string url = "http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=hey&esrch=FT1"; string source = getPageSource(url); string[] stringSeparators = new string[] { "<b>", "</b>" }; string[] b = source.Split(stringSeparators, StringSplitOptions.None); bool isResultNum = false; foreach (string s in b) { if (isResultNum) { MessageBox.Show(s.Replace(",", "")); return; } if (s.Contains(" of about ")) { isResultNum = true; } } Unfortunately it is very slow, is there a better way to do it? Also is it legal to query google like this? From the answer in this question it didn't sound like it was http://stackoverflow.com/questions/903747/how-to-download-google-search-results

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  • MVVM- How can I bind to a property, which is not a DependancyProperty?

    - by highone
    I have found this question http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2245928/mvvm-and-the-textboxs-selectedtext-property. However, I am having trouble getting the solution given to work. This is my non-working code: View: SelectedText and Text are just string properties from my ViewModel. <TextBox Text="{Binding Path=Text, UpdateSourceTrigger=PropertyChanged}" Height="155" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="68,31,0,0" Name="textBox1" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="264" AcceptsReturn="True" AcceptsTab="True" local:TextBoxHelper.SelectedText="{Binding SelectedText, UpdateSourceTrigger=PropertyChanged}" /> <TextBox Text="{Binding SelectedText, Mode=OneWay, UpdateSourceTrigger=PropertyChanged}" Height="154" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="82,287,0,0" Name="textBox2" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="239" /> TextBoxHelper public static class TextBoxHelper { #region "Selected Text" public static string GetSelectedText(DependencyObject obj) { return (string)obj.GetValue(SelectedTextProperty); } public static void SetSelectedText(DependencyObject obj, string value) { obj.SetValue(SelectedTextProperty, value); } // Using a DependencyProperty as the backing store for SelectedText. This enables animation, styling, binding, etc... public static readonly DependencyProperty SelectedTextProperty = DependencyProperty.RegisterAttached( "SelectedText", typeof(string), typeof(TextBoxHelper), new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(null, FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.BindsTwoWayByDefault, SelectedTextChanged)); private static void SelectedTextChanged(DependencyObject obj, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs e) { TextBox tb = obj as TextBox; if (tb != null) { if (e.OldValue == null && e.NewValue != null) { tb.SelectionChanged += tb_SelectionChanged; } else if (e.OldValue != null && e.NewValue == null) { tb.SelectionChanged -= tb_SelectionChanged; } string newValue = e.NewValue as string; if (newValue != null && newValue != tb.SelectedText) { tb.SelectedText = newValue as string; } } } static void tb_SelectionChanged(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { TextBox tb = sender as TextBox; if (tb != null) { SetSelectedText(tb, tb.SelectedText); } } #endregion } What am I doing wrong?

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  • WPF- Why can't my custom textbox be selected?

    - by highone
    I have this custom textbox that I am working on and I can use it in xaml, but when I run my app I cannot select it or type in it. Here is my code: public class ModdedTextBox : TextBox { private bool selectionStartChangeFromUI; private bool selectionLengthChangeFromUI; private bool selectedTextChangeFromUI; static ModdedTextBox() { DefaultStyleKeyProperty.OverrideMetadata(typeof(ModdedTextBox), new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(typeof(ModdedTextBox))); //this.SelectionChanged += this.OnSelectionChanged; //PropertyDescriptor VerticalOffsetProperty = TypeDescriptor.GetProperties(typeof(ModdedTextBox))["VerticalOffset"]; //VerticalOffsetProperty.AddValueChanged(this, this.OnVerticalOffsetChanged); } public static readonly DependencyProperty BindableSelectionStartProperty = DependencyProperty.Register( "BindableSelectionStart", typeof(int), typeof(ModdedTextBox), new PropertyMetadata(OnBindableSelectionStartChanged)); public static readonly DependencyProperty BindableSelectionLengthProperty = DependencyProperty.Register( "BindableSelectionLength", typeof(int), typeof(ModdedTextBox), new PropertyMetadata(OnBindableSelectionLengthChanged)); public static readonly DependencyProperty BindableSelectedTextProperty = DependencyProperty.Register( "BindableSelectedText", typeof(string), typeof(ModdedTextBox), new PropertyMetadata(OnBindableSelectedTextChanged)); public static readonly DependencyProperty DelayedTextProperty = DependencyProperty.Register( "DelayedText", typeof(string), typeof(ModdedTextBox), new PropertyMetadata(OnDelayedTextChanged)); public int BindableSelectionStart { get { return (int)this.GetValue(BindableSelectionStartProperty); } set { this.SetValue(BindableSelectionStartProperty, value); } } public int BindableSelectionLength { get { return (int)this.GetValue(BindableSelectionLengthProperty); } set { this.SetValue(BindableSelectionLengthProperty, value); } } public string BindableSelectedText { get { return (string)this.GetValue(BindableSelectedTextProperty); } private set { this.SetValue(BindableSelectedTextProperty, value); } } public string DelayedText { get { return (string)this.GetValue(DelayedTextProperty); } private set { this.SetValue(DelayedTextProperty, value); } } private static void OnBindableSelectionStartChanged(DependencyObject dependencyObject, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs args) { var textBox = dependencyObject as ModdedTextBox; if (!textBox.selectionStartChangeFromUI) { int newValue = (int)args.NewValue; textBox.SelectionStart = newValue; } else { textBox.selectionStartChangeFromUI = false; } } private static void OnBindableSelectionLengthChanged(DependencyObject dependencyObject, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs args) { var textBox = dependencyObject as ModdedTextBox; if (!textBox.selectionLengthChangeFromUI) { int newValue = (int)args.NewValue; textBox.SelectionLength = newValue; } else { textBox.selectionLengthChangeFromUI = false; } } private static void OnBindableSelectedTextChanged(DependencyObject dependencyObject, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs args) { var textBox = dependencyObject as ModdedTextBox; if (!textBox.selectedTextChangeFromUI) { string newValue = (string)args.NewValue; textBox.BindableSelectedText = newValue; } else { textBox.selectedTextChangeFromUI = false; } } private static void OnDelayedTextChanged(DependencyObject dependencyObject, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs args) { } private void OnSelectionChanged(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { if (this.BindableSelectionStart != this.SelectionStart) { this.selectionStartChangeFromUI = true; this.BindableSelectionStart = this.SelectionStart; } if (this.BindableSelectionLength != this.SelectionLength) { this.selectionLengthChangeFromUI = true; this.BindableSelectionLength = this.SelectionLength; } if (this.BindableSelectedText != this.SelectedText) { this.selectedTextChangeFromUI = true; this.BindableSelectedText = this.SelectedText; } } private void OnVerticalOffsetChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { MessageBox.Show("hello the vertical offset works"); } }

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  • WPF Listview- What would be the best way to display data from different ObservableCollections based

    - by highone
    I have three ObservableCollections: CharacterCollection, LocationCollection, and ItemCollection. They are all collections of objects; CharacterCollection is a collection of Character Objects. I need to display, in the listview, information from the collection determined by the user clicking on a button. I would prefer to use databinding, but I don't see a clear cut way to do that with multiple collections containing different types of objects. What would be the best way to easily switch between collections?

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  • Is there a way that I can hard code a const XmlNameTable to be reused by all of my XmlTextReader(s)?

    - by highone
    Before I continue I would just like to say I know that "Premature optimization is the root of all evil." However this program is only a hobby project and I enjoy trying to find ways to optimize it. That being said, I was reading an article on improving xml performance and it recommended sharing "the XmlNameTable class that is used to store element and attribute names across multiple XML documents of the same type to improve performance." I wasn't able to find any information about doing this in my googling, so it is likely that this is either not possible, a no-no, or a stupid question, but what's the harm in asking?

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