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Rewriting / Extending WPF TreeView

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I'm not sure if there is a bug in WPF or this is just not currently supported, but I'm having a problem selecting child elements in DYNAMICALLY created trees.  I can select the TreeViewItem as a whole object, but can not select individual children... anyone have an answer to the reason for this?  If this is not possible then how do I begin to rewrite the WPF TreeView structure so that I can do this?  I'm pretty new to C# and have never re-written a GUI object, so I'm not sure where to start.  Here is an example of what I'm talking about.  Notice that you are not able to select individual Nodes.  Project-> DynamicTreeView

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