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Silverlight: Use KnownColor Through the Backdoor

, 12 Aug 2010
Get around another irrational and arbitrary omission in Silverlight

Alternatives

Members may post updates or alternatives to this current article in order to show different approaches or add new features.

5 Aug 2010
Henry Minute
A possible alternative solution. I say possible because I have no idea if it will work in Silverlight and even if it does whether it will be any easier/faster. public Color ColorFromName(string name) { Color result = Colors.Black; Type type =...

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