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  2. This site provides no area to suggest features for Xamarin.Forms

    Nor does it allow providing feedback. The "My feedback" link is broken and is pointing to ideas?

    4 votes
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  3. Would like a MRIsland like XamlIsland.

    I want a MRIsland like XamlIsland. I want to go Toolbox -> drag drop MRIsland. Then have a 3D Space like Paint 3D in which I can have all the keyboard and mouse controls to work with my 3D objects. Also want to be able to work with my 3D space as a normal desktop app window or with the MR headset. And last of all I want it as a NuGet package next week. (Please)

    2 votes
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  4. Improve popup positioning in for desktop applications in tablet environment

    WPF popup positioning appears to be interfered with by the tablet PC Handedness settings.

    If set to Left-handed applications work as normal.

    However, if set to right handed then all wpf popups are offset.
    Menus operate correctly in that they pop out to the left, intended for right handed operation) but normal WPF popups are offset also, presumably to leave room for a hand.

    This my be by design but many users have deskops/laptops with touch screens and this setting conflicts with default layout based positioning.

    We are not the only people who have this issue as it has been…

    4 votes
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  5. Implement x:Bind for WPF

    Please implement the x:Bind feature from Universal Windows Apps in WPF.

    See http://channel9.msdn.com/events/Build/2015/3-635 for a presentation on x:Bind.

    631 votes
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  6. Make WPF open-source and accept pull-requests from the community

    Please follow the footsteps of the ASP .NET team and make WPF open-source with the source code on GitHub, and accept pull-requests from the community.

    2,161 votes
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  7. Please implement C# compiler and WPF for WebAssembly

    WebAssembly or wasm is an experimental efficient low-level programming language for in-browser client-side scripting, which is currently in development. WebAssembly is portable bytecode which is designed to be faster to parse than JavaScript, as well as to execute faster. The team working on WebAssembly include people from Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, and Apple (who respectively control the four major browsers, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Safari).

    https://github.com/WebAssembly/design/blob/master/FAQ.md

    118 votes
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  8. Update the System.Windows.Controls.Ribbon

    Please fix the System.Windows.Controls.Ribbon ( https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.controls.ribbon.ribbon(v=vs.110).aspx )

    It has several issues:
    - no Office 2013 style
    - window is too small
    - ...

    https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/775972/wpf-ribbon-window-the-border-is-too-thin

    "Gepost door Sachin [MSFT] op 27/02/2015 om 12:26

    The WPF team has reviewed this issue and is unable to address it at this time as we are working on higher priority issues for the WPF community. We thank you for the feedback and may consider this issue again while triaging issues for a future version of WPF. – WPF team"

    Please have a look at it again instead of closing the ms connect ticket.

    61 votes
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  9. Improve WPF performance

    I have a high end PC and still WPF is not always fluent. Just compare it with QT 4.6 QML (Declarative UI) it is sooo FAST!

    936 votes
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  10. Show document outline for WPF ResourceDictionary files

    It would be great of the Document Outline pane would show the contents of ResourceDictionaries

    3 votes
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  11. Fix WPF databinding with UpdateSourceTrigger="LostFocus"

    In WPF e.g. for a TextBox databindings are usually using UpdateSourceTrigger="LostFocus".

    This is however broken in various ways. For example put the textbox in a TabControl, edit the text and switch tab. The data is lost.

    There are various "workarounds" but they all have their own problems. This is a well known bug and it should be fixed.

    (Or at least an alternative UpdateSourceTrigger="LostFocusFixed" mode should be added that actually works all the time.)

    6 votes
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  12. Make TextBlock's selectable

    It's probably the hardest task in WPF to have a selectable piece of text. While TextBox can be restyled to look like a TextBlock, it certainly doesn't have it's features like Runs, Hyperlinks, etc.

    <TextBlock Selectable="True">
    <Run Text="{Binding SomeText}" />
    <LineBreak />
    <HyperLink ...>OtherText</HyperLink>
    </TextBlock>

    that allows to select the text and being able to copy it's plaintext would already be enough for almost any case.

    13 votes
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  13. Bring RelativePanel to WPF vNext

    On MWC 2015 Microsoft unveiled new WinRT control RelativePanel that allows simple relative placing of controls next to each other using attached property rules.
    It would be really useful to have the same RelativePanel available in classic WPF as well.

    109 votes
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  14. Modify the language to allow for observable properties rather than requiring explicit INPC

    Something more like:

    public observable int Foo { get; set; }

    Rather than having to do all the manual event raising required by INotifyPropertyChanged

    153 votes
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  15. Improve Event to Command Binding in WPF

    Invoking a command on an event requires the use of the Expression Blend interaction triggers. The syntax for this is pretty ugly.

    Make the WPF tooling smarter so that we can easily bind events to commands via binding.

    e.g:

    <Button MouseEnter="{Binding MouseEnterCommand}"></Button>

    148 votes
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  16. Native WPF Webbrowser Control

    The current Webbrowser in WPF is only a wrapper around the IE WebBrowser Control. It would be great to have a native WPF Webbrowser Control.

    99 votes
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  17. Provide support for compile time checks of WPF bindings

    We already have intellisense for the Bindings when setting the design time DataContext on a Window.This however is not enough.

    We also need compile time checking of the bindings. Please provide this.

    67 votes
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  18. Binding of ReadOnly DependencyProperty

    Already reported as a bug in: https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/1398835/binding-of-readonly-dependencyproperty.
    I was told that it was an old suggestion but I can't find it. I then report it now...

    There is an old bug (Microsoft say it is by design) that is still not resolved.
    We can't bind a ReadOnly Property with Mode=OneWayToSource, which should be logical. Please note that it is normal that binding in other Mode are not supported.
    That behavior prevent us to use the full power of WMF and forces us to use artifacts that prevent us to do clean code like WPF enabled us usually.
    The full…

    9 votes
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  19. Support coloured fonts in WPF

    Windows 8.1 XAML applications and c++ applications (e.g. IE or Firefox) are able to make use of full colour fonts such as Segoe Emoji.

    I think WPF should also have support for colour fonts allowing us to add full support for emoji. I'm sure with enough thought somebody could think of a productive non-emoji use too :)

    30 votes
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  20. Fast and fluid goodness for WPF - Animations on a separate Thread

    Although potentially one can do a lot of things with the animation system, most of the time they tend to look quite choppy compared to Win 8. Fast and fluid is the Mantra isn't it. ;-)

    51 votes
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