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The results you describe exactly what happen to my Dad when he had a vitamin B12 shot! I'm starting to wonder about the placebo effect did you have any issue with 'stiff' knees as that was what my Dad commented on as being better...
Nope, I'm only stiff when I wake up in the morning. I know how wrong that sounds, but I really just mean my legs It's one of the things that makes getting out of bed so hard for me. Hopefully that will get better too
Until you realize that the alternative is that you'll never see another morning again I haven't seen this morning though, was out of bed at 13:00 After breakfast my cat went back to bed again, I'm so envious!
I don't have any problem with WPF. And I don't mind the XAML either. It's just that a lot of devs go through great pains to format their C# code and yet create one giant massive mess of XAML that's totally unreadable.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.
The real question is why the XAML doesn't already look that way, if only the designer has been used? The slop the designer generates is... Well, slop.
Also, I don't fully agree with the formatting Ctrl+K, Ctrl+D generates. I wish they'd provide configuration options for that feature, perhaps even allowing it to be set at the project level to enforce consistent formatting...
I don't know why it annoys me, since it really doesn't matter, but having a way to change that would be nice. It seems the EditorConfig format would support this (mixing next line and same line for different languages) but that the plugins would have to as well. Could be worth playing with.
In a perfect world, the formatting wouldn't even be a part of the code. Everyone's editor could just be configured to display it the way they like seeing it. Alas, more pipedreams.