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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!

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 Rob Tuch Minimize
Author: RobTuch Created: 1/8/2008 1:26 PM
To share the fun and frustrations of getting familiar with WPF and Expression Blend.

Visual Studio 2008 terminates without notice when entering TextBlock in FlowDocument XAML
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
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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