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WPF Window Start-Up LocationsWPF Window Start-Up Locations
WPF windows can initially be displayed using three positioning options. The location of a window can be set manually, or the new window can be centred on the screen or in relation to its owner.
WPF Application Exit CodesWPF Application Exit Codes
When a program exits, it can return an integer that describes its closing status. Although this is commonly used for command-line utilities, the same system of exit codes can be used by WPF applications.
Setting a WPF Application&#39;s IconSetting a WPF Application's Icon
All Windows-based applications include an icon that is displayed when the application's file is shown in Explorer and similar tools. For WPF applications, a default application icon is applied, unless changed in the project.
WPF Start-up and ShutdownWPF Start-up and Shutdown
The final part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the start-up and shutdown options for WPF applications, including changing the way that a program launches and exits and detecting key events.
WPF Message BoxesWPF Message Boxes
The one hundred and seventy-second part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial examines message boxes. These are simple dialog boxes that display a message or a question and allow the user to respond by clicking a button.
WPF Controls - Window - Showing Dialog BoxesWPF Controls - Window - Showing Dialog Boxes
The one hundred and seventy-first part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues to describe the Window class. This article describes the process for displaying custom dialog boxes.
WPF Controls - Window - OwnershipWPF Controls - Window - Ownership
The one hundred and seventieth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues to look at the Window control. This article explains how one window can be set as the owner of another, and the effects of ownership.
WPF Controls - Window - Display and ActivationWPF Controls - Window - Display and Activation
The one hundred and sixty-ninth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues to describe the Window class. This article looks at the members related to opening, closing, activating and deactivating windows.
WPF Controls - Window - BasicsWPF Controls - Window - Basics
The one hundred and sixty-eighth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the Window class, which is used to generated windows containing other controls.
WPF Commanding - Mouse BindingsWPF Commanding - Mouse Bindings
The one hundred and sixty-seventh part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial is the last article to describe WPF commanding. This instalment explains how mouse actions can be used to execute commands.
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