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If you are a developer or designer who is creating cutting edge user interface experiences using Microsoft Expression Blend you've just found a great resource!  The purpose of this site is to share our experience with this brand new product.  As with any new piece of software there is a ton to discover.  Bugs will be revealed and workarounds discovered, hopefully this can be a resource to share in the discovery process!

While this site will focus largely on Expression Blend, it will also encompass WPF, Visual Studio, Silverlight, and other .net 3.5 technologies as they relate to the creation of great software.

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Adventures in Multibinding
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/30/2008 8:12 PM
Multibinding is a very cool feature of WPF....here's how I used it to return different images based on a number of fields in the bound data object
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Blend doesn't correctly support ResourceDictionaries from other projects in your solution (Updated)
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/30/2008 6:04 PM
Cannot display designer for a control that had a merged resource dictionary from a different project in your solution (Updates..it worked today)
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Webservices and Blend....tempuri.org problems
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/28/2008 4:21 PM
One of the things that we haven't figured out in Blend is how to seamlessly integrate it with .net webservices that return datasets....here is our workaround with a pitfall that we found.
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Focus in WPF was behaving like my Ford Focus...
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/28/2008 11:45 AM
It was a bit confusing but thanks to Kris' Blog I learned about how Visiblity interacts with Focus...
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Datatemplate trick
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/24/2008 9:52 PM
Easy way to create datatemplates
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Important Fact about the ItemsCollection and fun with comboboxes
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/24/2008 9:42 PM
After hours of struggling I learned an important lesson...Items are NOT derived from Dependency Objects
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Getting to the bottom of Dependency Properties
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/22/2008 5:12 PM
I've done a ton of reading but when it came down to it I was still confused as to what the difference was between a dependency property and a regular property...here's what I figured out
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Timelines and resources
Sean Cullinan By Sean Cullinan on 1/18/2008 4:47 PM
Storyboard Timelines don't work with resources
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Visual Studio 2008 terminates without notice when entering TextBlock in FlowDocument XAML
Rob Tuch By RobTuch on 1/10/2008 5:32 PM
If you add an element in wrong context (e.g., TextBlock in Paragraph) to your RichTextBox FlowDocument XAML, VS 2008 terminates
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WPF RichTextBox may offer impressive features, but seems to lack features readily available from prior RichEdit-based RichTextBox
Rob Tuch By RobTuch on 1/8/2008 1:54 PM
WPF RichTextBox offers impressive presentation potential, but it seems editing and formatting capabilities previously available in the RichEdit-based (WinForms) RichTextBox appears to be lacking.
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