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Post updated 2009-04-09T21:41:11Z
I am working on a project right now and I list values in a ListBox, but the text gets cut off when a value is really long. I looked around and while I found custom controls and such, I didn't need anything fancy. Here is a quick fix I found on MSDN.
Post updated 2009-05-28T04:46:16Z
I've just started my summer internship at General Mills and while I can't talk a lot about the different things I'll be working on or have seen (on pain of death), I can at least share with you the random tips I've picked up through my .NET training and work.
Post updated 2009-06-12T13:53:55Z
Windows Presentation Foundation is a rich framework for building highly interactive and dynamic UIs. In other words, it works really well for simple games (one day I will try my hand at a 2D RPG written in WPF). It's easy for developers already familiar with .NET and its languages to leverage and create awesome client applications (or its web-based equivalent, Silverlight). Get a sneak peek at my BlackJack implementation after the jump!
Post updated 2009-07-10T13:07:56Z
If you've used jQuery before, you know you want that kind of amazing selector functionality for .NET. The good news is that you can get that kind of complex selecting using a free code snippet called Ra.Selector. It supports finding controls by type according to a predicate (boolean expression) and also recursively finding a control by ID.
Post updated 2009-07-16T03:32:22Z
I had a unique problem today. Here's the scenario:
You have a ListView that dynamically loads different ItemTemplates depending on a specific criteria (in my case, a category). You load this user control template into the ItemTemplate and create some radio and checkbox buttons. If you set GroupName on the controls to a group name, .NET will not associate all the different buttons across the templates because they have different naming containers.
Post updated 2009-07-21T18:34:33Z
Here are two extension methods that can convert a string (delimited by anything of your choosing) into an array of integers. Successfully handles any non-Integer data smoothly as well.
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