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Adding Glass Effect to WPF using Attached Properties

, 28 Jan 2008 CPOL
An example of how to add glass effect to your WPF applications using attached properties with only 1 line of code!!!
RGSamples
bin
Debug
RGSamples.vshost.exe
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DragAndDrop
01_IM.jpg
03_Fly.jpg
04_Ouch.jpg
05_Genco.jpg
06_Birthday.jpg
07_Soccer.jpg
08_Control.jpg
09_Traffic.jpg
10_Racer.jpg
11_Abe.jpg
12_Baseball.jpg
13_Pike.jpg
14_Stock.jpg
15_PubMarket.jpg
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RGSamples.sln.cache
RGSamples.suo

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