.NET Book Zero

A free book from Petzold. What the C or C++ Programmer Needs to Know About C# and the .NET Framework Available in XPS and PDF. http://www.charlespetzold.com/dotnet/index.html

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More WPF 3D playing..

The hardest thing about creating 3D is where to source my MeshGeometry3D data. That’s the TriangleIndices, Normals and Positions. These numbers are enormous. Lucky thing there are tools (reading Tim’s blog), I found ZAM 3D and other conversion utilities. This list is priceless. Other than this Mesh3D thingy, I found that 3D in XAML is very straight forward, just…

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WPF 3d going mainstream?

I read Petzold’s blog from time to time and I realized recently he has posted a lot of good 3d content. http://www.charlespetzold.com/blog/2006/12/140114.htmlhttp://www.charlespetzold.com/blog/2006/12/160115.htmlhttp://www.charlespetzold.com/blog/2006/12/171020.htmlhttp://www.charlespetzold.com/blog/2006/12/220812.htmlhttp://www.charlespetzold.com/blog/2007/01/190146.html and finally it’s coming WPF 3d book by Petzold.http://www.charlespetzold.com/blog/2006/12/270206.html  5-6 years ago, there’s a trend to have app written in irregular window, layered window, pixel opacity or different chrome. Then came a wave of products…

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Hmmm… WPF popup is always TOP_MOST

Recently I have this bug inherited from my good intern that WPF <Popup/> will always be TOP_MOST in terms of z-index. The bug scenario is that when you have another application (eg. notepad.exe) going on top of my WPF application (with Popup launched), Popup will be top most even though notepad appears on top of…

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My WPF Hobby project for 2006 "Portfolio Delta"… a little late.

It’s been sometime since I last post here. This site even come with a new blog software. Very nice. Every year during my OOF days, I worked on some hobby project that I will be using. Last year, I was doing a Stock reader for my own consumption. It comes with loads of features. Mostly for my…

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