Monday, August 27, 2012

Silverlight 5 Modal Windows

You can display multiple Window instances in trusted, out-of-browser applications. This enables you to create non-modal dialog boxes, tear-off windows, and user-adjustable layouts that can span multiple monitors.

Silverlight provides support for modal dialog boxes that work in-browser and out-of-browser against the main window, like the ChildWindow control. However Silverlight's built-in support for native Modal Windows is limited to the MessageBox class.

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