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Using Metro Studio with the WPF Data Grid

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104149 Jun 25,2012 08:41 PM UTC Jul 2,2012 11:54 AM UTC WPF 1
Tags: GridControl
Joshua Cauble
Asked On June 25, 2012 08:41 PM UTC

Ok, I'm probably being a complete dunderhead but I have a question for the WPF Data Bound Grid.  We have a grid with a bunch of rows in it and we want to have a column with a delete button.  The delete button we want to use the Delete xaml from the Metro Studio Icons under the must have section.  We have just set it with the defaults and size is at 24 just so we can play around with it.

We want to use the command for the button but need the button to be present.  Getting a little lost on trying to get the paths, viewbox, etc and buttons all working together. The commanding is not an issue just getting the button to work / look right. So far what we have tried just doesn't look right at all.

Can you provide a sample on how to do this?  It is a bound grid and needs to stay that way so an unbound solution will not work for us.

We are trying to setup the Viewbox from the Metro Studio as a resource as well if possible but an inline example would be good to get us started.


Rajasekar [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 2, 2012 11:54 AM UTC

Hi Joshua,


Thank you for your update.


We have prepared the sample as per your request and please find the sample in the below location,


Sample: SyncfusionGDC.zip


Please let us know if you have any queries.





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