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Defining WPF Adorners in XAML

, 15 Mar 2011 CPOL
Examines a custom class that allows adorners to be defined in XAML.

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Ashley Davis
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Ash is professional software developer living in Brisbane Australia.
 
After many years in game development (and a few in finance) he is now a developer of serious games and simulations.
 
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