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Designing wpf applications

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 
Good afternoon. The problem is WYSWYG designer for wpf applications doesn't seem to be a WYSWYG designer. I'm creating a dialog with constant sizes, there's a grid component and and some components in it. And when I run the application I see the window of the given sizes, but the positions of components are re-arranged because of - the caption bar height of the window is different from the one I see in designer - The grid component streches like Dock=Fill, though while designing it looks like margined off the window borders. The question is - Is there any convenient way of designing wpf-windows that alloows to see the same picture both while designing and while running?


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Designing wpf applications

  

Good afternoon.

The problem is WYSWYG designer for wpf applications doesn't seem to be a WYSWYG designer. I'm creating a dialog with constant sizes, there's a grid component and some components in it. When I run the application I see the window of the given sizes, but the positions of components are re-arranged because of

- the caption bar height of the window is different from the one I see in designer

- The grid component streches like Dock=Fill, though while designing it looks like margined off the window borders.

The question is - Is there any convenient way of designing wpf-windows that alloows to see the same picture both while designing and while running?


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