Stephan van Hulst wrote:Cool, thanks Stevens!
XAML is the main reason I have not strayed from old Windows Forms applications yet.
I think Visual Studio's Forms designer is also much friendlier than the WPF designer. When I eventually have to bite the bullet, I'll come back to these posts.
I also still need to get into JavaFX, after being intimately familiar with Swing.
I really dislike having to learn all these new presentation layer technologies.
Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:I know this is a verry old post but if you want to change your css when the mousebutton is pressed and change it back when released what's wrong with onMouseDown and onMouseUp?
Stevens Miller wrote:
Nothing, but this is WPF, not CSS. WPF's XAML can look a lot like CSS though.
Daniel Demesmaecker wrote:I have no idea, so don't shoot me if my remark is everything but helpfull but there's something like MouseLeftButtonUp, could that be of use?
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