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Visual tree with collapsed elements -Performance

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF


I have a very large and deep visual tree.I had an issue with tab switch .It use to build the visual elements when the focus is on a tab and then drop those elemnts when you move away from the tabs.

To overcome this performance challenge I stop dropping and adding the visual elemnts when tab is switched I just made it "collapsed".

Though now the tree is huge but it should not hit performance.

Are you aware of any performance if you have large visual tree with collapsed elemnts .Is it better or worse or same as those collapsed elements not in the tree.


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