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AvalonDock [2.0] Tutorial Part 1 - Adding a Tool Window

, 31 Jan 2014 CPOL
How to create a new tool window in AvalonDock [2.0]
AvalonDock
AvalonDock.snk
Commands
Controls
Shell
Standard
Converters
Images
DockBottom.PNG
DockLeft.PNG
DockPane.PNG
DockPaneEmpty.png
DockRight.PNG
DockTop.PNG
HTabGroup.png
InnerDockDocPaneBottom.png
InnerDockDocPaneLeft.png
InnerDockDocPaneRight.png
InnerDockDocPaneTop.png
InnerDockPaneBottom.png
InnerDockPaneInside.png
InnerDockPaneLeft.png
InnerDockPaneRight.png
InnerDockPaneTop.png
Locked.png
PinAutoHide.png
PinClose.png
PinDocMenu.png
PinMaximize.png
PinMenu.png
PinRestore.png
VTabGroup.png
Layout
Serialization
Properties
Themes
Edi
Command
Converter
Images
document.png
property-blue.png
Properties
View
Pane
ViewModel
Base
SimpleControls
ComboBox
Command
Hyperlink
MRU
images
NoPin16.png
Pinned16.png
Model
View
ViewModel
Base
PathTrimmingTextBlock
Properties
Settings.StyleCop
Themes
WatermarkTextBox

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The Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and C# are one of my favorite past time hobbies since I started developing Edi:

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