Tag Archives: ApplicationCommands

Use global command bindings in WPF and C#

The example Use custom command bindings in WPF and C# explains how you can make a program use custom commands. (This is a confusing topic so read that post before you continue with this one.) That technique doesn’t quite work … Continue reading

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Use custom command bindings in WPF and C#

The example Use pre-defined command bindings in WPF and C# explains how you can make a program use pre-defined commands. (This is a confusing topic so read that post before you continue with this one.) This example shows how you … Continue reading

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Use pre-defined command bindings in WPF and C#

Command bindings provide yet another demonstration of the unofficial WPF slogan: twice as flexible and only 10 times as hard. The idea is a good one: Connect all of the program’s methods for invoking a command to a single point … Continue reading

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