I develop WPF4 application and in my app I need to let user to select a folder where aplication will store something (files, generated reports etc.).
— Ability to see standard folder tree
— Ability to select folder
— WPF look & feel, thid dialog must looks like part of modern application designed for Windows Vista/7 and not Windows 2000 or even Win9x.
As I understood, till 2010 (.Net 4.0) there is no standard folder dialog, but may be there is some changes in version 4.0?
Or all what rest to do is use old-scholl WinForms dialog? If it's the only way to do what I need so, how to make it closer to Vista/7 style and not Win9x?
On some formus I saw implementation of such dialogs but with old ugly icons a la Windows 95. It really doesn't look nice.
P.S. I hope to see standard folder WPF-dialog in .Net 4.0 SP1.
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