Callisto Migration Tip: Use CharacterEllipsis

Posted by: Method ~ of ~ failed, on 25 Oct 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Frankly Im going to be honest and say Im not sure why it took us so long to add this capability to TextBlock, especially given that the support in Callisto provided via DynamicTextBlock was originally done in Silverlight 2. O_O. Well, Robby can rest well now knowing that we no longer have to depend on his contributions to Callisto. Example of use DynamicTextBlock on bottom Heres the quick migration tip. Change back to TextBlock The DynamicTextBlock served one purpose, to provide trimming...

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