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Another Screensaver with WPF

, 27 Jan 2012
Lessons learnt from writing a screensaver with WPF
<Window x:Class="RZWScreenSaver.DeleteDialog"
    Title="Picture Deletion" ShowInTaskbar="False" Topmost="True" ResizeMode="CanResizeWithGrip" MinHeight="280" MinWidth="240">
        <StackPanel HorizontalAlignment="Center" Orientation="Horizontal" DockPanel.Dock="Bottom">
            <Button Width="96" Margin="3,5" IsDefault="True" Click="onOk">O_k</Button>
            <Button Width="96" Margin="3,5" TabIndex="0" IsCancel="True">_Cancel</Button>
            <Button Width="96" Margin="3,5" Click="onMoveFile">_Move To...</Button>
        <DockPanel Background="White">
            <TextBlock FontSize="18" Foreground="Blue" DockPanel.Dock="Top" TextWrapping="WrapWithOverflow">Are you sure to DELETE this picture?</TextBlock>
            <TextBlock Name="pictureName" HorizontalAlignment="Center" DockPanel.Dock="Bottom">file</TextBlock>
            <Image Name="previewPicture" HorizontalAlignment="Center" Margin="5" Stretch="Uniform" Source="/RZWScreenSaver;Component/images/Clipping Text.png" />

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