MahApps.Metro is a toolkit for creating metro-styled, modern UI WPF applications. A guide can be found in my blog post or on GitHub or the official web page http://mahapps.com.»
If you want watching DVDs on your Raspberry Pi with an installed OpenELEC, Raspbmc or XBian you must buy a MPEG-2 licence. But not afraid, it's only a minimal amount.»
Sometimes it comes the day that NuGet doesn't see a newer version of a pre-release package. So if you wanted to update to a newer version you must using the
Package Manager Console with the
-pre flag. That's because
NuGet makes a alpanumeric comparison, so e.g. ALPHA99 is greater than ALPHA115.
MahApps.Metro ships two cool styles to beautify the
DataGrid control that ships with .NET 4.0 by default. With this styling you can use filtering, grouping, sorting and other standard features that you would expect of a
DataGrid. It also contains a
DataGridCheckBoxColumn style as well as a custom
As a MahApps.Metro member I'am often confronted with questions like:»
The default behavior for scrolling with the mouse wheel on a
ListView scrolls the entire view 3 lines up or down. That's for the most scenarios ok, but sometimes it could be necessary to scroll only 1 or n lines.
But there is no property to set this and the
ScrollViewer can not be accessed.
In a project of mine I needed a
ToolTip. That's easy, I know, but I want a
ToolTip that follows the mouse and not the default behavior. Normally a
ToolTip opens and stays at this position on the target element. After leaving the element the
Sometimes the debian wheezy raspbian image, Raspbmc and XBian can't find my Logitech K400 keyboard. This tip should help.»
My first experience with my Raspberry Pi was to compile some stuff. I needed an older gcc version than was pre-installed on wheezy. Installation wasn't the problem, the problem was to use the right gcc version. After searching the web I found a helper script created by Jeff Carr-3.»
Sometimes it's not necessary to display a list of elements with a
DataGrid, for a simple short way we can use the lighter
My solution, also posted at stackoverflow, generates a
ListView with columns for all properties with a given datatype automatically.