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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  LawBot  on  Oct 01, 2010 (2 months ago)

    Recently I published the RichTextBox.Xaml Builder standalone tool. Now I have ported this WPF application to an Expression Blend 4 Add-In and gave it to the community.

    The features are similar to the standalone tool, but you can now use the functionality of converting rich text to xml with a xml document structure which is compatible to xaml directly in Expression Blend 4.

    For more information read this short blog post. Unfortunately I am still having some technical problems with my english blog, so please use Bing Translator to follow the german text on my Blog.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  LawBot  on  Sep 28, 2010 (2 months ago)

    The RichTextBox.Xaml Builder is a free tool that converts rich text, e.g. from a Microsoft Word document, to xml, where the xml document structure is compatible to Xaml. A xml file, produced with this tool, can be added to the Xaml property of a Silverlight 4 RichTextBox with a single line of code. You can download the tool at the Visual Studio Gallery, or as Click-Once-Install.

    Additionally I crated the RichXamlViewer, a Silverlight4 UserControl, based on a RichTextBox, with some useful extra features. The RichXamlViewer has a property XamlSource, which takes the name of a xml file, created with the RichTextBox.Xaml Builder, as value. Set XamlSource and the rich text is displayed. The text inside the RichXamlViewer is zoomable at runtime using an (optional) integrated ZoomPad. Also, a context menu to copy selected text is integrated.

    There is a screencast on how to easily create rich text to x(a)ml conversions with the RichTextBox.Xaml Builder and on how to use resulting xml files with a regular Silverlight 4 RichTextBox or with the RichXamlViewer. The video is in german language.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jun 04, 2010 (5 months ago)
    Tags: RichTextBox , Silverlight TV , Silverlight 4 , Mark Rideout , John Papa
    In this episode of Silverlight TV, Mark Rideout joins John Papa to dive deep into many of the RichTextBox control's features.

    Mark has worked on the text aspects of Silverlight since the first version. Here are just a few of the areas that Mark covers:

    1. Overview of RichTextBox vs. TextBlock and TextBox for rich content
    2. Wire-up logic for applying formatting
    3. Inline UI elements
    4. Using text position to point for simple and complex operations [...]

  • 1 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jun 10, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: RichTextBox , WPF
    This post of Michael Sync will give you some tips and tricks of using Rich Textbox in WPF.

    As we all know, the build-in WPF RichTexbox doesn’t provide some features that we are looking for so if you are in need of using RichTexbox in WPF project, you should know that you will need to roll your own implementation (at least) a bit. In this post, I will brief you how to make WPF RichTextbox bindable, how to display the HTML in WPF, how to create a Rich Textbox Editor with toolbar.

  • ComponentOne new Silverlight controls

    1 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 20, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: ComponentOne , Studio Enterprise , DataGrid , RichTextBox , Gauges

    ComponentOne released Studio Enterprise 2009 and new Silverlight controls have been added. Below is an overview of What’s New:

    • DataGrid for Silverlight now supports Microsoft Outlook-style grouping and a DateTime column.
    • RichTextBox for Silverlight now supports undo/redo and RTF import/export. 
    • Renewed Gauges for Silverlight: New types of ranges, support for off mode, label format, and more. 
    • Add style to your UI with built-in support for the most popular Microsoft Silverlight Toolkit themes, including ExpressionDark, ExpressionLight, WhistlerBlue, RainerOrange, ShinyBlue, and BureauBlack. Take a look at the Control Explorer, and navigate to Themes to see the supported controls.