Skinnable Custom Controls Change to generic.xaml

Posted by: Jesse Liberty - Silverlight Geek, on 27 Sep 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

  This is the first in a series of explorations of breaking changes in the Release Candidate for Silverlight 2.  Please be sure to read Tim's blog entry about Silverlight RC0 for context and directions. Summary There are 2 significant breaking changes in how you handle the file generic.xaml when creating a Skinnable custom control in Silverlight 2.  This is a change from my blog post on 21st of September and the 12th of September and will be reflected in the forthcoming videos...

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