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Comments by azweepay (Top 7 by date)

azweepay 11-Jul-14 2:56am View
   
What do you mean exactly when you say "But when i put a gridview to the listview it wil look like the ordinary listview"? That the Blue border style you applied isn't showing anymore? I can't seem to reproduce it.
azweepay 11-Jul-14 2:42am View
   
Is the item selected or not in the production environment?
Can you show the xaml for the BatchDetail (user)control?
azweepay 22-May-14 8:04am View
   
Reason for my vote of 3 \n I'm not sure
azweepay 9-Oct-12 10:29am View
   
Reason for my vote of 2
We use a Behavior to do prefixed Ellipsis. And the SizeChanged event for a TextBlock is called inside a GridViewColumn when the width decreases
azweepay 14-Sep-12 3:51am View
   
Reason for my vote of 5
Hi Sergey,

Nice solution, although I have one question. In the DontRepeatYourselfTryFinally example you give, you state that the casting is necessary. But that is only because you implement IDisposable.Dispose() explicitly, while if you would implement it implicitly the casting wouldn't be necessary. Is there a reason you chose to do it this way? I still agree that the try-finally solution is ugly though :)
azweepay 21-May-12 9:58am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
This doesn't work at all. In your example the list has 3 items, the distinct list 2, so it differs. If the list contains 3 1.0's, the original list still has 3 items and the distinct list 1. So it differs, even though it shouldn't.\
azweepay 17-Aug-11 4:33am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 1
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