way to get a hold of the ApplicationBars buttons and menu items). So I started with some. Attached Dependency Properties, the same mechanism thats used to implement the TiltEffect. But what happened when the Visual Tree changes? Not that much of rocket science. Caused for example by Data Binding changes, or any of the other ways that enable you to manipulate the Visual Tree.
Annelies van Tetering heeft keramiek permanent staan in: Galerie Elfring Art in Wijk bij Duurstede. Galerie Arthuus Mieke Diekman. About a week ago there was a very good article with tips to make your wp7 app a killer app. Tip 24 was about tactile feedback. Tactile feedback can be something like 30 milliseconds running the VibrateController.
Tip 24 was about tactile feedback. The initial idea I had was to make use of the Loaded event of the Element that has the DependencyProperty applied to start walking though the visual tree. The Selector has a SelectionChanged event to which we can listen. For the menu items and buttons, its just simply attaching to the Click event. Galerie Arthuus Mieke Diekman, loenen (Gelderland monuta in Roosendaal. Annelies van Tetering heeft keramiek permanent staan in: Galerie Elfring Art in Wijk bij Duurstede en Bergen (NH). Alright, but now I had to add this method call to every Button Click, ListBox SelectionChanged, and ApplicationBar menu or button use. Basically I want to walk through all the children of the element that have the IsTactileFeedbackEnabled property set to true. Full code is below for both the VisualTreeHelper and the TactileFeedbackEffect.
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