LB-SV-WHY [Three wacky uses for Silverlight 2’s ListBox and ScrollViewer!]


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  1. Thursday the 13th Cream 🙂 Delay on SL2 controls, Andy Beaulieu on Collision Detection, Zhiming Xue gives

  2. I’ll be using this page to link to Silverlight 2 articles and posts (both ones I write as well ones by

  3. Silverlight技巧,诀窍,教程和链接

    【原文地址】SilverlightTips,Tricks,TutorialsandLinksPage

    我将使用本页链接到有关Silve…

  4. During all my Silverlight and WPF talks, one point I try to make is that in those technologies, the important

  5. During all my Silverlight and WPF talks, one point I try to make is that in those technologies, the important

  6. What’s going on? Well…I was wondering what control to explore this week. Currently I have my Sherlock

  7. markheath says:

    Great post.

    I like the idea for the scrolling text. I tried to do this with Silverlight alpha 1.1 by animating a textblock to move across a canvas with a clip rectangle. I never got it working quite right though because I couldn’t find out a way of working out how long the TextBlock would be (its width just returned zero).

  8. During all my Silverlight and WPF talks, one point I try to make is that in those technologies, the important aspect of an out-of-the-box control is not its particular display properties, but its model and its ability to be customized. Back when we used

  9. Delay's Blog says:

    When we created Silverlight Charting (background reading here and here ), we tried to make things as

  10. Chirag Maniyar says:

    THank you so much for the third technique…!!!

    It is fantastic…

    An eccentric mixture of great work, creativity and simplicity

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