WTF: ApplicationCommands.NotACommand Property

Ok, this seems like the WTF Award for June: NotACommand, is it really useless?  Ummm?

In the case of the use of “NotACommand” Property, what do you use this for?  Seriously, WHAT?!

Let’s say you are working on a project and you need to disable the ApplicationCommand.Save when CTRL+S is pressed for certain users, let’s say a retail situation.  You could insert the following:

<KeyBinding Key="S" Modifiers="Control" Command="ApplicationCommands.NotACommand" />

In this case the CTRL+S function would not do anything.

So I guess this is not a potential for the WTF Award for the month.

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