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QuestionHave two controls fill the MainWindow and resize automatically Pin
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Thanks Gerry, I do understand that using selected item is the convention, and I do that as well. This issue is a different case, and I have found a solution that works which is to use the Scroll event from the scroll viewer and test for the item containers to see if the render in the visible portion or not. This might be a convenience that only pertains to this use case, but it's interesting that WPF is flexible enough to allow for these things to work even if they aren't intended or preferred.
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