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Posted 18 Jan 2013Already seen it,thanks.
Posted 18 Jan 2013Thanks,but is there any book or website specifically for Windows phone?
Posted 25 Oct 2012Thanks,i'll try that.
Posted 10 Oct 2012You filled all the space of the form/Window?
Make it bigger.
If you want the user to be able to scroll through more controls than the form/window can display at a given size, then you first needed to add some sort of scrollable container (Like a panel) - THEN - added the controls into that scrollable container. Scroll bars don't just appear automagically.
This is not form Windows Forms, but for Windows Phone 7. I think the OP is dragging controls to the phone simulator surface and has run out of room.
@OP: The thing is, there is no "room". You shouldn't be using the drag and drop tools, there's a button in Visual Studio where you can split between design and xaml markup.
Just copy and paste your XAML how many times you need.
<StackPanel> <Button>Hello</button> </StackPanel>
"Ok, let's add one more button."
<StackPanel> <Button>Hello</button> <Button>Hello</button> </StackPanel>
Thanks,i know this way but i was thinking if i could drag and drop the controls directly on the designer pane.
Posted 9 Oct 2012I don't want the user to scroll,i want myself to scroll down and more controls.
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