Learn what the WPF Animation Classes can do, what they can't, and how to extend them.
MSDN Magazine July 2007
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My flyout animation starts on a click of linkbutton, everything works fine on IE, as I click the linkbutton flyout animation is triggered and linkbutton gets disbaled during the animation. But on Firefox and Chorme linkbutton doesn't get disbaled , due which if I again and again click on the linkbutton the flyout animation keeps moving towards left side on every click.
In firefox and chorme linkbutton always remains enabled.
<cc1:AnimationExtender ID="AnimationExtender1" TargetControlID="lnkBtnAbt" runat="server">
<EnableAction Enabled="false" />
<StyleAction AnimationTarget="moveMe" Attribute="display" Value="block"/>
<Parallel AnimationTarget="moveMe" Duration=".5" Fps="30">
<Move Horizontal="-350" Vertical="50"></Move>
<Parallel AnimationTarget="moveMe" Duration=".5">
Can anyone provide me an example of one to one and one two many relationship between classes in c# with class diagram and explationation.
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