I finally got around to releasing a new version of WPF Contrib. So, what’s new?

  • Updated to .NET 4.0 (including security transparency attributes).
  • Download via NuGet: https://www.nuget.org/packages/AvalonLibrary
  • ClickOnce Demo: https://wpfcontrib.codeplex.com/releases/clickOnce/AvalonLibraryTest.application
  • InlineModalDialog (and InlineModalDecorator): Allows creating dialog “windows” as layers inside a WPF Window. This has several advantages to using Windows’ dialogs, and it deserves a separate post. See the demo app if you want to learn how to use it right now.
  • TaskDialog now has “ShowInline” methods that allow showing it using the above method.
  • ListItemMoveBehavior: Enables dragging and reordering list items. Currently it relies on ObservableCollection’s Move() method.
  • ColumnStackPanel is now a lot easier to use; it auto-calculates the row index.
  • NotifyIcon now has an explicit IconVisibility property (instead of relying on weird values of the Visibility property).
  • Removed a few controls that are no longer relevant (GdiTextBlock, Bitmap, Bitmap effect markup extensions).
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