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Abstract

Before WPF, user interfaces generally consisted of windows with statically placed controls. The programmer set the height and width of a control and placed it at a certain coordinate position on the window or panel, where it stayed. (To be fair, you could also dock controls to edges.)

Keywords

Proportional Sizing Visual Element Extra Space Child Element Attached Property 
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© Daniel Solis 2009

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