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How do I get a Tool Tip to appear when hovering over a disabled element in WPF?

Posted By :Deco     Posted Date :October 25, 2010    Points :10   Category :Others 
use the ShowOnDisabled attached property of the ToolTipService class! From

XAML, this would look like the following on a Button:

<Button ToolTipService.ShowOnDisabled="True">

</Button>

Or from C# code, you can call the static method corresponding to the attached property:

ToolTipService.SetShowOnDisabled(myButton, true);


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