I am fairly new to WPF, and have tried almost everything to let me Set the checked state of a bound Checkbox in a WPF App I am writing to learn WPF more thoroughly.
I have tried endless different options from my web searches, including different StaticResource styles, many of which only half work in my testing, but while I can have the Checkbox jump through hoops when it s checked, I just cannot find a way to use the bool value it reads from a bound datasource so I can change the text alongside the Checkbox itself.
In other words, I do not want it to show True on loading, but rather "Yes" by somehow intercepting the value on loading and then replacing the Content, which is used for Binding at Design time, and display Yes or No as appropriate.
I am sure there is a simple answer, but I have tried for around 3 days now, (learning lots of other tricks on the way along), but with no success in setting this Checkbox's Content string.
What I have tried:
Trawled the web, trying lots of different suggestions, but they all relate to doing something when the Checkbox is clicked. I want to do something before, or rather during the load of the data form its bound data source (basically just a List)