Better together [DynamicOrientationChanges and TransitionFrame create a comprehensive transition experience for Windows Phone 7]

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  1. Michael says:

    Hi Thank You for Your time and great piece of code You are producing.

    Too use the newest toolkit for 7.1 – before adding reference just right-click the project and click update to Windows Phone 7.1

    Everything runs smooth, but I ran into a small problem with Panorama Control, which doesn't aimate while landscape/portrait changes. This blog post was from november, maybe this control is behaving not normally and it doesnt work with it?

  2. David Anson says:


    Thanks for the kind words! I haven't spent a lot of time with the new Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit to know why that's happening. I'm inclined to think your suspicion is right that something is different in the new OS/Toolkit that is causing this problem. If you happen to find out what it is before I do, please let me know! 🙂

  3. Juan Perez says:

    Thanks for the great solution, it works! However, even a simple layout with a ScrollViewer animates slightly choppy. Maybe it has to do with the new toolkit, again?

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