Preserving access to Silverlight 2’s generic.xaml resources [SilverlightDefaultStyleBrowser updated for the Silverlight 2 RC!]


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  1. Jeff Handley on Layout Cycle and ContentPresenter gotchas, Pete Brown on VSM Styles and SL2 RTM, Bill

  2. One way that many developers like to create styles and templates for controls is to modify the existing

  3. One way that many developers like to create styles and templates for controls is to modify the existing

  4. One way that many developers like to create styles and templates for controls is to modify the existing

  5. SilverlightDefaultStyleBrowser is a free WPF tool by David Anson that allows you to inspect the styles

  6. SilverlightDefaultStyleBrowser is a free WPF tool by David Anson that allows you to inspect the styles

  7. Delay's Blog says:

    Kind reader (and fellow Silverlight Charting blogger!) Pete Brown contacted me recently to report that

  8. Kind reader (and fellow Silverlight Charting blogger!) Pete Brown contacted me recently to report that

  9. stride says:

    I am not able to access abd download from any of the links above. I am getting server error.

    Please let me know the updated links.

  10. Delay says:

    stride,

    The web hoster I use seems to be having issues at the moment. Please give them a day or so to get things working again. Thanks for your patience!

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