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In WPF, properties are typically exposed as common language runtime (CLR) properties.
I'm creating a Windows 8 app, and I'm struggling the last couple of days with a custom user control. The weird thing is that the dependencyproperty calls the propertychanged event when I change Source in code, but with the binding its not updating.
So here's my code: Game cs Does anyone knows with is wrong in my code?
What am I doing wrong as the width does not update when I change the property?
I am also trying to update it via an animation which also doesnt work.
A property that is backed by the WPF property system is known as a dependency property.
This overview describes the WPF property system and the capabilities of a dependency property.
Collectively, these services are typically referred to as the WPF property system.
Additionally, a breakpoint set on the getter of the Animate Column Width property is never hit - meaning that nothing ever tried to retrieve the property.
(This did work so clearly I have broken something somewhere!!
I'm having some trouble updating a dependency property of a User Control/View.
I have a main view (Main View.xaml) that has a series of other user controls declared inside it.