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  • WPF properties memory management

    - by mrpyo
    I'm trying to build binding system similar to the one that is used in WPF and I ran into some memory leaking problems, so here comes my question - how is memory managed in WPF property system? From what I know in WPF values of DependencyProperties are stored in external containers - what I wanna know is how are they collected when DependencyObject dies? Simplest solution would be to store them is some weak reference dictionary - but here comes the main problem I ran into - when there is a listener on property that needs reference to its (this property) parent it holds it (the parent) alive (when value of weak reference dictionary points somewhere, even indirectly, to key - it can't be collected). How is it avoided in WPF without the need of using weak references everywhere?

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  • WPF trigger on datagrid to hide/show columns according to bindings

    - by Renan
    I have a data grid like this: <DataGrid AutoGenerateColumns="False" CanUserDeleteRows="True" HorizontalScrollBarVisibility="Hidden" Margin="10,10,10,10" VerticalScrollBarVisibility="Visible" CanUserAddRows="False" ItemsSource="{Binding ListGestores}" ToolTip="Selecione uma linha e pressione DELETE para remover uma unidade."> <DataGrid.Columns> <DataGridTextColumn Binding="{Binding TB_UNIDADE.DS_NOME_UNIDADE}" CanUserResize="False" Header="Setor" IsReadOnly="True" x:Name=""/> <DataGridTextColumn Binding="{Binding TB_UNIDADE.TB_UNIDADE2.DS_NOME_UNIDADE}" CanUserResize="False" Header="Unidade" IsReadOnly="True" x:Name=""/> <DataGridTextColumn Binding="{Binding TB_CONTATOS.DS_NOME}" CanUserResize="False" Header="Gestor" IsReadOnly="True" /> </DataGrid.Columns> </DataGrid> The problem is that i need to verify if the 2 column binding is null, and if it is null, i need to Hide it, and Change the Header of the column 1. I know that i can do that with Triggers, but how exactly??? I started with: <DataGrid.Triggers> <DataTrigger Binding="{Binding TB_UNIDADE.TB_UNIDADE2}" Value="{x:Null}"> <Setter Property="" Value="" /> </DataTrigger> </DataGrid.Triggers> But i don't know what setter or whatever to put ! Help me =]

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  • WPF Binding Error reported when Binding appears to work fine

    - by Noldorin
    I am trying to create a custom TabItem template/style in my WPF 4.0 application (using VS 2010 Pro RTM), but inspite of everything seeming to work correctly, I am noticing a binding error in the trace window. The resource dictionary XAML I use to style the TabItems of a TabControl is given in full here. (Just create a simple TabControl with several items and apply the given ResourceDictionary to test it out.) Specifically, the error is occurring due to the following line (discovered through trial and error testing, since Visual Studio isn't actually reporting it at design tim <TranslateTransform X="{Binding ActualWidth, ElementName=leftSideBorderPath}"/> The full error given in the trace (Ouput window) is the following: System.Windows.Data Error: 2 : Cannot find governing FrameworkElement or FrameworkContentElement for target element. BindingExpression:Path=ActualWidth; DataItem=null; target element is 'TranslateTransform' (HashCode=35345840); target property is 'X' (type 'Double') The error occurs on load and is repeated 5 times then (note that I have 3 tab items in my example). It also occurs consistently and repeatedly whenever for the Window is resized, for example - filling the Output window. Perhaps every time the TabItem layout is updated? And again, though it is not reported, the error very much seems to be due to the fact that I am binding to any element at all, not specifically leftSideBorderPath or the the ActualWidth propertry. For example, changing this line to the following fixes things. <TranslateTransform X="25"/> Unfortunately, hard-coding the value isn't really an option. This issue seems very strange to me in that the binding does appear to be giving the correct results. (Inspecting the X value of the TranslateTransform at runtime clearly shows the correct bound value, and the ClipGeometry when viewed is exactly what it hsould be.) Neither Visual Studio nor WPF seems to be giving me any more information on the cause of the error perhaps (setting PresentationTraceSources.TraceLevel to High doesn't help), yet the fact that things are working despite the error being reported inclines me to think that this is some fringe-case WPF bug. As a side note, the Visual Studio WPF designer and XAML editor are giving me a problem with the following line: <PathGeometry Figures="{Binding Source={StaticResource TabSideFillFigures}}"/> Although WPF (at runtime) is perfectly happy binding Figures to the TabSideFillFigures string, with the Binding enforcing the use of the TypeConverter, the XAML editor and WPF designer are complaining. All the XAML code for the ControlTemplate is underlined and I get the following errors in the Error List: Error 9 '{DependencyProperty.UnsetValue}' is not a valid value for the 'System.Windows.Controls.Control.Template' property on a Setter. C:\Users\Alex\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Ircsil\devel\Ircsil\MainWindow.xaml 1 1 Ircsil Error 10 Object reference not set to an instance of an object. C:\Users\Alex\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Ircsil\devel\Ircsil\Skins\Default\MainSkin.xaml 58 17 Ircsil Again, to repeat, everything works perfectly well at runtime, which is what makes this particularly odd... Could someone perhaps shed some light on these issues, in particular the first (which seems to be a potential WPF bug), and the latter (which seems to be a Visual Studio bug). Any sort of feedback or suggestions would be much appreciated!

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  • Change binding value, not binding itself

    - by Sam
    I've got a WPF UserControl containing a DependencyProperty (MyProperty). The DependencyProperty is bound to a Property in the DataContext. Now in the UserControl I want to change the value of the bound property. But if I assign MyProperty = NewValue the Binding is lost and replaced by NewValue. What I want to achieve is change the DataContext-property the DependencyProperty is bound to. How do I achieve this instead of changing the binding? To clarify: using something like MyTextBox.Text = "0"; I'll release the binding. How would I set Text, leave the binding intact so the property Text is bound to will change, too.

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  • DataTrigger to make WPF Button inactive until TextBox has value

    - by JohnB
    I want the Button control's property to be IsEnabled="False" until a value is entered into a TextBox in the Window. Code so far: <Button Content="Click Me" Name="ClickMe" VerticalAlignment="Top" Click="ClickMe_Click"> <Button.Style> <Style> <Style.Triggers> <DataTrigger Binding="{Binding ElementName=textBox, Path=Length}" <!-- or even: Binding="{Binding Path=textBox.Length}" --> Value="0"> <Setter Property="Button.IsEnabled" Value="false" /> </DataTrigger> </Style.Triggers> </Style> </Button.Style> </Button> Also, is it possible to have this Button control's IsEnabled property be based on 3 different TextBox controls all having values?

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  • wpf binding by selected value - swap out bound object without disturbing binding

    - by Andy Clarke
    Hi, I've got combo box bound to a custom collection type - its basically an overridden ObservableCollection which I've added a facility to update the underlying collection (via Unity). I don't want to confuse the issue too much, but thats the background. My xaml looks like this <ComboBox ItemsSource="{Binding Manufacturers}" DisplayMemberPath="Name" SelectedValuePath="ID" SelectedValue="{Binding Vehicle.ManufacturerID}" /> And in my overridden collection i was doing this. index = IndexOf(oldItem); Insert(index, (T)newItem); RemoveAt(index + 1); I had hoped because it was bound by value, that inserting the new object(which had the same id) and then removing the old one would work. But it seems that although its bound by SelectedValue it still knows that its being swapped for a different one. The combo just looses its selection. Can anyone help please?

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  • Export data to Excel from Silverlight/WPF DataGrid

    - by outcoldman
    Data export from DataGrid to Excel is very common task, and it can be solved with different ways, and chosen way depend on kind of app which you are design. If you are developing app for enterprise, and it will be installed on several computes, then you can to advance a claim (system requirements) with which your app will be work for client. Or customer will advance system requirements on which your app should work. In this case you can use COM for export (use infrastructure of Excel or OpenOffice). This approach will give you much more flexibility and give you possibility to use all features of Excel app. About this approach I’ll speak below. Other way – your app is for personal use, it can be installed on any home computer, in this case it is not good to ask user to install MS Office or OpenOffice just for using your app. In this way you can use foreign tools for export, or export to xml/html format which MS Office can read (this approach used by JIRA). But in this case will be more difficult to satisfy user tasks, like create document with landscape rotation and with defined fields for printing. At this article I'll show you how to work with Excel object from .NET 4 and Silverlight 4 with dynamic objects and give you an approach which allow you to export data from DataGrid Silverlight and WPF controls. Read more...

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  • WPF DataGrid binding to UserControl

    - by Trindaz
    I have a DataGrid with one column using a UserControl via a styled DataGridTemplateColumn. I can't seem to get the UserControl to 'see' the object that is in it's containing DataGridCell though. What kind of bindings can I create on the TextBox in my UserControl so that it can look up and see that object?! My UserControl and TemplateColumn Style are defined as: <Window.Resources> <local:UCTest x:Key="UCTest" /> <Style x:Key="TestStyle" TargetType="{x:Type WpfToolkit:DataGridCell}"> <Style.Setters> <Setter Property="Template"> <Setter.Value> <ControlTemplate TargetType="{x:Type WpfToolkit:DataGridCell}"> <Grid Background="{Binding RelativeSource={RelativeSource TemplatedParent}, Converter={StaticResource drc}, Path=DataContext}"> <Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <ColumnDefinition/> <ColumnDefinition/> </Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <local:UCTest /> </Grid> </ControlTemplate> </Setter.Value> </Setter> </Style.Setters> </Style> </Window.Resources> and my sample DataGrid is defined as: <WpfToolkit:DataGrid Name="dgSampleData" ItemsSource="{Binding}" AutoGenerateColumns="True" Margin="0,75,0,0"> <WpfToolkit:DataGrid.Columns> <WpfToolkit:DataGridTemplateColumn Header="Col2" CellStyle="{StaticResource TestStyle}" /> </WpfToolkit:DataGrid.Columns> </WpfToolkit:DataGrid> and my User Control is defined in a separate file as: <UserControl x:Class="UCTest" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:local="clr-namespace:WpfApplication1" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" Width="104" Height="51"> <UserControl.Resources> <local:DataRowConverter x:Key="drc" /> </UserControl.Resources> <Grid> <TextBox Margin="12,12,-155,16" Name="TextBox1" Text="" /> </Grid> EDIT: My implementation of TestClass, which has the Test Property, which I want UCTest.TextBox1 to bind do: Public Class TestClass Private _Test As String = "Hello World Property!" Public Property Test() As String Get Return _Test End Get Set(ByVal value As String) _Test = value End Set End Property End Class Thanks in advance!

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  • Binding to Element's Visibility value

    - by plotnick
    I have a checkable DropDownButton and a Grid. I want to bind Button's IsChecked parameter with grid's Visibility value. If (Visibility == Visible) IsCheked = true I've tried to do like that: IsChecked="{Binding ElementName=UsersDockWindow, Path=IsVisible}" but it didn't work, cause IsVisible is readOnly property.

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  • WPF Binding a textbox to a property of all items in a generic list

    - by muku
    Hello guys, What I want to do is simple. I have a generic list of objects. Let's say the object class contains a property named Height. What I want to do is bind a textbox's text in the UI with this list and when i change the value in the textbox then all objects in the list update their height value. I am new in WPF, I have studied the MVVM pattern, I can do simple data binding but i can't figure out how to do this :'( Thanks!

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  • How to bind a datatable to a wpf editable combobox: selectedItem showing System.Data.DataRowView

    - by black sensei
    Hello Good People!! I bound a datatable to a combobox and defined a dataTemplate in the itemTemplate.i can see desired values in the combobox dropdown list,what i see in the selectedItem is System.Data.DataRowView here are my codes: <ComboBox Margin="128,139,123,0" Name="cmbEmail" Height="23" VerticalAlignment="Top" TabIndex="1" ToolTip="enter the email you signed up with here" IsEditable="True" IsSynchronizedWithCurrentItem="True" ItemsSource="{Binding}"> <ComboBox.ItemTemplate> <DataTemplate> <StackPanel> <TextBlock Text="{Binding Path=username}"/> </StackPanel> </DataTemplate> </ComboBox.ItemTemplate> The code behind is so : if (con != null) { con.Open(); //users table has columns id | username | pass SQLiteCommand cmd = new SQLiteCommand("select * from users", con); SQLiteDataAdapter da = new SQLiteDataAdapter(cmd); userdt = new DataTable("users"); da.Fill(userdt); cmbEmail.DataContext = userdt; } I've been looking for something like SelectedValueTemplate or SelectedItemTemplate to do the same kind of data templating but i found none. I'll like to ask if i'm doing something wrong or it's a known issue for combobox binding? if something is wrong in my code please point me to the right direction. thanks for reading this

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  • WPF Styles and Tooltips Question

    - by A.R.
    I have a style that I am using to make dynamic tooltips on certain text boxes like so. <Style TargetType="{x:Type TextBox}"> <Setter Property="MinWidth" Value="100"/> <Style.Triggers> <Trigger Property="Validation.HasError" Value="True"> <!-- item of interest --> <Setter Property="ToolTip"> <Setter.Value> <MultiBinding Converter="{StaticResource ErrorMessageConverter}"> <Binding RelativeSource="{RelativeSource Self}" Path="Tag"/> </MultiBinding> </Setter.Value> </Setter> </Trigger> </Style.Triggers> </Style> This works very well, but if I want to use a more complex tooltip I can't figure out how to bind to 'Tag' anymore for the converter value. For example; ... <Setter Property="ToolTip"> <Setter.Value> <StackPanel> <TextBlock> <TextBlock.Text> <MultiBinding Converter="{StaticResource ErrorMessageConverter}"> <!-- item of interest --> <Binding RelativeSource=" what goes here?? "/> </MultiBinding> </TextBlock.Text> </TextBlock> <Image/> </StackPanel> </Setter.Value> </Setter> ... I have tried several flavors of 'FindAncestor' and what not for the relative source, but I can't get anything to work. Any ideas?? UPDATE: 12-29-2010 : Here is the correct code, answer provided by our friend Goblin below. Works perfectly! ... <Setter Property="ToolTip"> <Setter.Value> <!-- Item of interest --> <ToolTip DataContext="{Binding Path=PlacementTarget, RelativeSource={x:Static RelativeSource.Self}}"> <StackPanel> <Image/> <TextBlock> <TextBlock.Text> <MultiBinding Converter="{StaticResource ErrorMessageConverter}"> <Binding Path="Tag"/> </MultiBinding> </TextBlock.Text> </TextBlock> </StackPanel> </ToolTip> </Setter.Value> </Setter> ...

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  • data binding on properties confusion

    - by Xience
    I have a wpf tabitem whose data context is set to my object 'Product'. All the controls on this form get their data from 'Product' object. I have a listview whose ItemsSource property is set to a list in my object 'Product.DetailsList'. Listview columns are bound to object properties in 'Product.DetailsList' Up till here everything works fine. Now I need to bind some of the columns in my listview to the properties in my datacontext object i.e.'Product'. Can someone tell me how can i achieve this?

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  • Binding ListBox to List (Collection) in XAML

    - by david2tm
    Hello, I'm learning WPF, so I'm kind of n00b in this. I saw some examples about how to do what I want to do, but nothing exactly... The question: I want to bind List to ListBox. I want to do it in XAML, w/o coding in code behind. How can I achieve that? Right now I do it that way: <!-- XAML --> <ListBox x:Name="FileList"> <ListBox.ItemTemplate> <DataTemplate> <Label Content="{Binding Path=.}"/> </DataTemplate> </ListBox.ItemTemplate> </ListBox> // Code behind public MainWindow() { // ... files = new List<string>(); FileList.ItemsSource = files; } private void FolderBrowser_TextChanged(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { string folder = FolderBrowser.Text; files.Clear(); files.AddRange(Directory.GetFiles(folder, "*.txt", SearchOption.AllDirectories)); FileList.Items.Refresh(); } But I want to get rid of FileList.ItemsSource = files; and FileList.Items.Refresh(); in C# code. Thanks

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  • WPF Login Screen

    - by Asim Sajjad
    I have search on google about the login screens which are design in WPF , as I have to using one of the best login screen for my application, Is the any good login screen avaialble so that I can see them and choose one of them, I am having no idean about the good design of the login screen. Please help me, thanks in advance

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  • [WPF] Control focus styling

    - by Prashant
    Hey guys, in above image you would notice that, doted rectangle indicating ComboBox is focused But the problem is it exceeding the text area of ComboBox... how do I align it with text area WPF Style? Thanks

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  • WPF Dialog Box Property Value Editor access source(parent) control

    - by Cicik
    Hello, I have User control in WPF with dependency property DEP1 on which i set value by DialogPropertyValueEditor(code below): Public Class OPCItemDialogPropertyValueEditor Inherits DialogPropertyValueEditor Private res As New EditorResources() Public Sub New() Me.InlineEditorTemplate = TryCast(res("OPCItemInlineEditorTemplate"), DataTemplate) End Sub Public Overrides Sub ShowDialog(ByVal propertyValue As PropertyValue, ByVal commandSource As IInputElement) Dim window As New MyWindowToSetProperty(SomeParameter, "STRING Value Of ANother Property In control") If window.ShowDialog() Then propertyValue.Value = window.ChoosedOPCItem End If End Sub End Class I need to set value of property of my control as parameter("STRING Value Of ANother Property In control") for window from i set value to property DEP1 Thanks

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  • WPF Dialog Box Property Value Editor access source control

    - by Cicik
    Hello, I have User control in WPF with dependency property DEP1 on which i set value by DialogPropertyValueEditor(code below): Public Class OPCItemDialogPropertyValueEditor Inherits DialogPropertyValueEditor Private res As New EditorResources() Public Sub New() Me.InlineEditorTemplate = TryCast(res("OPCItemInlineEditorTemplate"), DataTemplate) End Sub Public Overrides Sub ShowDialog(ByVal propertyValue As PropertyValue, ByVal commandSource As IInputElement) Dim window As New MyWindowToSetProperty(SomeParameter, "STRING Value Of ANother Property In control") If window.ShowDialog() Then propertyValue.Value = window.ChoosedOPCItem End If End Sub End Class I need to set value of property of my control as parameter("STRING Value Of ANother Property In control") for window from i set value to property DEP1 Thanks

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  • WPF binding to current class property

    - by AnD
    Hello, I have a problem that i cant solve :( I have a user control (xaml file and cs file) in xaml it's like: <UserControl xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008" xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006" mc:Ignorable="d" x:Class="Demo.CtrlContent" x:Name="UserControl" d:DesignWidth="598.333" d:DesignHeight="179.133" xmlns:Demo="clr-namespace:Demo" > <UserControl.Resources> <Storyboard x:Key="SBSmall"> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames BeginTime="00:00:00" Storyboard.TargetName="border" Storyboard.TargetProperty="(FrameworkElement.Width)"> <SplineDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="00:00:01" Value="I WANT TO BIND VALUE HERE"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </UserControl.Resources> <Border BorderBrush="#FFC2C0C1" CornerRadius="3,3,3,3" BorderThickness="1,1,1,1" RenderTransformOrigin="0.5,0.5" x:Name="border" Margin="1,3,1,3" HorizontalAlignment="Left" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="300"> and .cs file: public partial class CtrlContent { private mindef W { get { return (mindef) Window.GetWindow(this); } } public double MedWidth { // I WANT BIND THIS VALUE GO TO STORYBOARD VALUE IN XAML ABOVE get { double actualW; if(W == null) actualW = SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenWidth; else actualW = W.WrapMain.ActualWidth; return actualW - border.Margin.Left - border.Margin.Right; } } public double SmlWidth { get { return MedWidth / 2; } } public CtrlContent () { this.InitializeComponent(); } public CtrlContent (Content content) { this.InitializeComponent(); Document = content; } } in my .cs file there's a property called MedWidth, and in XAML file there's a storyboard called: SBSmall I want to bind my storyboard value to my property in class ctrlcontent. *the idea is, the storyboard is an animation to resize the control to a certain width depends on its parent container (the width is dynamic) anybody? please :) thanks!

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  • Binding the position and size of a UserControl inside a Canvas in WPF

    - by John
    Hi. We have dynamically created (i.e. during runtime, via code-behind) UserControls inside a Canvas. We want to bind the position (Canvas.Left and Canvas.Top) and width of those sizable and draggable UserControls to a ObservableCollection<. How would we achieve this if the Usercontrol is contained in a DataTemplate which in turn is used by a ListBox whose DataContext is set to the collection we want to bind to? In other words, how do we bind a control's position and size that doesn't exist in XAML, but in code only (because it's created by clicking and dragging the mouse)? Notice that the collection can be empty or not empty, meaning that the size and position stores in a collection item must be correctly bound to so that the UserControl can be sized and positioned correctly in the Canvas - via DataBinding. Is this possible?

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  • Resolving harmless binding errors in WPF II : 2 approaches for removing data binding errors due to heterogeneous types in a hierarchical view

    - by akjoshi
    This is a continuation post to my previous post Resolving harmless binding errors in WPF in which I talked about various ways of  resolving different binding errors etc. I recently came across another situation in which we get these binding errors and how they can be resolved. Problem: If you have a tree with 2 types of items in it and you use different DataTypes for each of them, then you will get binding errors because of missing Properties in either one of the item. In our case we had binding...(read more)

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  • WPF: Is it possible to add or modify bindings via styles or something similar?

    - by Eamon Nerbonne
    I'm still learning the WPF ropes, so if the following question is trivial or my approach wrong-headed, please do speak up... I'm trying to reduce boilerplate and it sounds like styles are a common way to do so. In particular: I've got a bunch of fairly mundane data-entry fields. The controls for these fields have various properties I'd like to set based on the target of the binding - pretty normal stuff. However, I'd also like to set properties of the binding itself in the style to avoid repetitiveness. For example: <TextBox Style="{StaticResource myStyle}"> <TextBox.Text> <Binding Path="..." Source="..." ValidatesOnDataErrors="True" ValidatesOnExceptions="True" UpdateSourceTrigger="PropertyChanged"> </Binding> </TextBox.Text> </TextBox> Now, is there any way to use styling - or some other technique to write the previous example somewhat like this: <TextBox Style="{StaticResource myStyle}" Text="{Binding Source=... Path=...}/> That is, is there any way to set all bindings that match a particular selection (here, on controls with the myStyle style) to validate data and to use a particular update trigger? Is it possible to template or style bindings themselves? Alternatively, is it possible to add the binding in the style itself? Clearly, the second syntax is much, much shorter and more readable, and I'd love to be able to get rid of other similar boilerplate to keep my UI code comprehensible to myself :-).

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  • Reducing WPF binding boilerplate with styles - updating the bindings themselves via styling?

    - by Eamon Nerbonne
    I'm still learning the WPF ropes, so if the following question is trivial or my approach wrong-headed, please do speak up... I'm trying to reduce boilerplate and it sounds like styles are a common way to do so. In particular: I've got a bunch of fairly mundane data-entry fields. The controls for these fields have various properties I'd like to set based on the target of the binding - pretty normal stuff. However, I'd also like to set properties of the binding itself in the style to avoid repetitiveness. For example: <TextBox Style="{StaticResource myStyle}"> <TextBox.Text> <Binding Path="..." Source="..." ValidatesOnDataErrors="True" ValidatesOnExceptions="True" UpdateSourceTrigger="PropertyChanged"> </Binding> </TextBox.Text> </TextBox> Now, is there any way to use styling - or some other technique to write the previous example somewhat like this: <TextBox Style="{StaticResource myStyle}" Text="{Binding Source=... Path=...}/> That is, is there any way to set all bindings that match a particular selection (here, on controls with the myStyle style) to validate data and to use a particular update trigger? Is it possible to template or style bindings themselves? Clearly, the second syntax is much, much shorter and more readable, and I'd love to be able to get rid of other similar boilerplate to keep my UI code comprehensible to myself :-).

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  • WPF 4.0 Custom panel won't show dynamically added controls in VS 2010 Designer

    - by Matt Ruwe
    I have a custom panel control that I'm trying to dynamically add controls within. When I run the application the static and dynamically added controls show up perfectly, but the dynamic controls do not appear within the visual studio designer. Only the controls placed declaratively in the XAML appear. I'm currently adding the dynamic control in the CreateUIElementCollection override, but I've also tried this in the constructor without success. Public Class CustomPanel1 Inherits Panel Public Sub New() End Sub Protected Overrides Function MeasureOverride(ByVal availableSize As System.Windows.Size) As System.Windows.Size Dim returnValue As New Size(0, 0) For Each child As UIElement In Children child.Measure(availableSize) returnValue.Width = Math.Max(returnValue.Width, child.DesiredSize.Width) returnValue.Height = Math.Max(returnValue.Height, child.DesiredSize.Height) Next returnValue.Width = If(Double.IsPositiveInfinity(availableSize.Width), returnValue.Width, availableSize.Width) returnValue.Height = If(Double.IsPositiveInfinity(availableSize.Height), returnValue.Height, availableSize.Height) Return returnValue End Function Protected Overrides Function ArrangeOverride(ByVal finalSize As System.Windows.Size) As System.Windows.Size Dim currentHeight As Integer For Each child As UIElement In Children child.Arrange(New Rect(0, currentHeight, child.DesiredSize.Width, child.DesiredSize.Height)) currentHeight += child.DesiredSize.Height Next Return finalSize End Function Protected Overrides Function CreateUIElementCollection(ByVal logicalParent As System.Windows.FrameworkElement) As System.Windows.Controls.UIElementCollection Dim returnValue As UIElementCollection = MyBase.CreateUIElementCollection(logicalParent) returnValue.Add(New TextBlock With {.Text = "Hello, World!"}) Return returnValue End Function Protected Overrides Sub OnPropertyChanged(ByVal e As System.Windows.DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs) MyBase.OnPropertyChanged(e) End Sub End Class And my usage of this custom panel <Window x:Class="MainWindow" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:local="clr-namespace:CustomPanel" Title="MainWindow" Height="364" Width="434"> <local:CustomPanel1> <CheckBox /> <RadioButton /> </local:CustomPanel1> </Window>

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