Tags: WPF

Add a Masked Textbox control to a WPF program

Benjamin Perkins C#

I found some very creative and technically challenging examples for adding a masked textbox control to a WPF program. Most of them required the creation of a new class inherited from the base System.Windows.Controls.TextBox class. This is a valid option, however, I have implemented a different approach. I discovered the System.Windows.Forms.Integration.WindowsFormsHost class which is specifically […]

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Setting the scrollbar for a treeview in WPF

Benjamin Perkins C#

I wanted a treeviews max height to be about 15% smaller than the window hosting it. This was because I wasn’t able to get (could not get) the vertical scrollbar for the treeview to show up without setting the MaxHeight property. Statically setting the MaxHeight property did make the vertical scrollbar show up, however when […]

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