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    clodewyks
    @clodewyks
    Hi, like the controls. I have added a reference, as well as all the resources for the window but then I get the following error: "The tag 'LoadingIndicator' does not exist in XML namespace 'clr-namespace:LoadingIndicators.WPF;assembly=LoadingIndicators.WPF'." although the designer shows the indicator it is only once I try to run that I receive the error. Any ideas?
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    Got controls compiling in my project and everything builds and runs but the loader doesn't show in the WPF form.....
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    I just took the code and reubilt it from scratch using only slight code modifications it it works for me now :D
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    Do I need to set a z-index? The loader doesn't show in the designer either?
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    You shouldn't need to
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    here is a trick
    Basically, open up the loading indicator project
    Make sure it is targeting .Net 4.5
    rebuild the project
    (The loading indicator project)
    and then make sure your app references the newly built project
    should work again for you once you add it
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    i pulled the source into my project .... it compiles, etc...
    Window opens but no indicator
    Im manually setting the IsActive=True which I did in demo project and it worked fine there
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    you saw the picture?
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    nah
    dont see picture in designer either.... but I can select it from the right click menu but no graphic
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    I changed to target framework to 4.5 in the project then rebuilt, then added as a reference, now the picutre shows properly
    if the project is already in 4.5, set it back to 4.0 then to 4.5 again
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    cool, will try taht
    thx 4 the help bro :)
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    ok, in a test form - the indicator loads up juset like yours.....
    wonder if its som'n in my original form thats causing an issue..... has to be z-index?
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    You shouldn't need that unless you are trying to render on top of something else?
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    Oh.... ya, was teying to render on my main form. Do i need a separat window for the loader? Duh....
    How did u ger that cool lil window?
    Ur own xaml?
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    MahApps.Metro.SimpleChildWindow
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    Cool, just looked at that. Will try my own then fo that route
    Thx. Again man
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    np
    Yeha I do plan to add my own stuff later but this is just a quick littleapp for myself to use at work xD
    Troy
    @bbqchickenrobot
    Got it workin.
    Was the zindex and the fact i wasnt hosting it in its own form. Pretty cool little lib
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    :)
    100GPing100
    @100GPing100
    A bit late, have been inactive for quite some time, could have been the styles .xaml missing in App.xaml
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    Wasn't that either x3, it's actually a VS bug that causes it, for some reason when two libraries aren't using the same framework version it will not find the resource properly, when I did the version shange for both my project and yours, it fixed that issue.
    100GPing100
    @100GPing100
    Oh good to know, thank you
    nikhilbenkar
    @nikhilbenkar
    Hi guys
    Do any one have custom treeview
    I am facing problem while expanding and collapsing treeview when large data is bind to it
    Darnell Williams
    @Seeker1437
    I can't program. Goodbye.
    Andriy Shevchenko
    @andrshevch
    Hi there! How do i scale down an indicator?