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after SAKryukov gave me the advice to try video playing in WPF I ventured programming WPF. It is very easy, I am amazed.
But in the past I forced myself to work with folders in the solution explorer for content and work with relative paths. But I think it doesnt work in XAML.
Heres my problem code:

<mediaelement canvas.left="0""0">
Name="VideoControl" LoadedBehavior="Manual"

Can anyone tell me how to use a relative path?


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Typically it's done as:

ilia.broudno 27-Mar-14 12:58pm
Can you explain why it works?
How does this relative path gets resolved and by what?
What is this path relative to?
I placed Pics directory in the same folder as project file and I can access it via @"/Pics/blabla" syntax in code even though the executable is actually 2 levels down (bin\Debug) from the project file.
When the project is deployed (installed via installshield), /Pics is placed on the same level as executable but it still works.
Which should be exactly what I want but unfortunately it does not work for all such references and I can't figure out why without knowing how the resolving is actually done.

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