While working on the last part of the WPF/E QuickStart
, I was doing my thing which is normally thinking of other stuff to try to do with the sample code. The slider looked like fun, and I thought if I started it in the center instead of on the left that would be interesting. The outer Canvas in the xaml already had a Loaded= line in it, so I simply used it to try to set the center.
And it didn't work. Hmmm
A couple of alerts pointed out more than one problem with the original code:
- Once I had that repaired, it still wasn't working because the call from slider_Loaded to slider_SetValue was passing 'slider' instead of 'sender'. There is no variable named 'slider'.
These are both reasonably minor, but if someone is trying to use the QuickStart code as a springboard to other things, it will slow them down.
I downloaded the latest WPF/E QuickStart and documentation from late December, and the problems are still there.