Text Block is not a control, per se, since it doesn't inherit from the Control class, but it's used much like any other control in the WPF framework, so we'll call it a control to keep things simple.
The Text Block control is one of the most fundamental controls in WPF, yet it's very useful.
an image), while the Text Block works very well for multiline strings as well, but can only contain text (strings).
As an aside, one thing I don't understand about the design is why Password Box doesn't provide a property to access the password as a Secure String, and so preserve the encryption?
The Affects Parent Measure and Affects Parent Arrange flags will cause Invalidate Measure() and Invalidate Arrange() to be called, respectively, on the target element’s parent.
It’s All About Portability In Silverlight, there is no native mechanism for registering a property to affect measure or arrange.
It allows you to put text on the screen, much like a Label control does, but in a simpler and less resource demanding way.
A common understanding is that a Label is for short, one-line texts (but may include e.g.
There will be loads of output from the debugger, but somewhere you should find a line like this, when running the above example: System. Data Error: 40 : Binding Expression path error: 'Non Existing Property' property not found on 'object' ''Grid' (Name='pnl Main')'.