Well you learn something new everyday. I've been using the null conditional but didn't know you could use it to conditionally call a method (without an if) e?.m(...). Good stuff.
I'm using Ultimate but it's on Windows 7 so I don't think Blend was part of the install with it being only for Windows 8. Am I missunderstanding, is this the Blend for VS2012 that can be used for silverlight and wpf? I've been using the Preview for a few of months and thought that was what was added today. As you can see I'm utterly confused:-)
Doh! Just had a look on the disk and it's there. Run the installer again to modify the installation and Blend is offered:-) What a fool:-). Thanks for the hint
Shame we couldnt see the code as you were talking us through it. Couldnt make it out on the screen behind you.
Creating Rich Interactions Using Blend 4: Transition Effects, Fluid Layout, and Layout States (Silverlight TV #32)Jul 15, 2010 at 9:51PM
When you edit ListBoxItemStyle you get
Whereas I just get
and I dont get any Layout States section in the States panel.
Where there any other menu selections that were missed when the vid
cuts back and forth that wouls account for this? Ive watched this section over and over and cant see what I'm missing. Frustrating.
Dohh!! I was using WPF. Is this possible in WPF?