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image and TextBlock docking WPF application

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
Hello, I'm new with WPF and I'm struggling here with docking a TextBlock and Image. I've an image that i want to use as a background to my window, the image contains picture and text, and i want to add a TextBlock above the image text, i've no problem doing it, but when i change my window size (press the maximize button) the space between the image and the textblock is not saved, what should i do in order to save my look&fell when the window resizes? i tried using DockPanel, and any other panel, but i guess i'm doing something wrong, so i will really appreciate an example.   Thanks a lot for helping, Gidi.

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