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AutoScroller is a C# class for Silverlight. It adds automatic scrolling to a ScrollViewer. This is useful, for example, in a drag-and-drop interface inside a ScrollViewer: If an object is dragged to the edge, automatic scrolling can be triggered
This Silverlight ToolTipService makes it easier to set tooltips on Silverlight controls with a specified delay and display duration. It's developed in C# and delivered as a Silverlight library. You can set initial delay, fade-out and display duration properties of a ToolTip.
Welcome to Silverlight Control Toolkit !!! The aim of the Toolkit is to provide components/controls that could be used in any Silverlight application. The Toolkit itself is built on top of Silverlight 2.0 Beta 1 and in most cases extends the existing controls provided by Micr...
A framework for building complex Sliverlight 2.0 applications with simple or complex navigation between pages. Pages can be packaged in the application package (xap) or loaded dynamically from Silverlight libraries.
AniScrollViewer shows how to animate a WPF ScrollViewer. This is accomplished by extending the standard ScrollViewer with two dependent properties which when changed by an animation update the vertical and horizontal offset of the standard ScrollViewer. It's developed in C#.
The goal of the project is to provide unit test runners for the Silverlight Unit Test Framework created by Jeff Wilcox / Microsoft. Originally this project was called SilverlightRunners here on CodePlex - but a total rewrite and new branding caused a new project.
An iPhone-like drag scroller control (extends ScrollViewer) for WPF 3.5. The user can drag the content around with the mouse and then throw it by flicking and releasing the button. Includes the abiliity to fine-tune friction.
This is an extension to provide auto-scrolling to the Visual Studio 2010 environment. Also known as middle-click scrolling. Simply middle click and drag the mouse in the direction you wish to scroll, further distances scroll faster. Update: now works with Visual Studio 11.
The Silverlight OutlookBar Custom Control is an attempt at an OutlookBar style control using Silverlight 4. The control borrows heavily from code in the Silverlight Toolkit source code but is NOT a Silverlight Toolkit control and is NOT by a member of the Silverlight tool team.