Tag Archives: WPF

PowerShell and WPF: Ink Canvas

Today’s PowerShell and WPF topic is all about the Ink Canvas, which is a WPF control that gives you the opportunity to draw on it, just like MS Paint! There really isn’t a lot to this control and we can … Continue reading

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PowerShell and WPF: Radio Button

I talked about working with CheckBoxes in my previous article and mentioned briefly how you can have them behave like a Radio button, but in the end, nothing beats the actual thing no matter how close you can make another … Continue reading

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PowerShell and WPF: Checkboxes

Continuing on with my series on PowerShell and WPF, I am going to talk about using checkboxes in a form. Checkboxes are a great way to allow a user to select a specific item or items prior to moving on … Continue reading

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Building a Clipboard History Viewer Using PowerShell

I saw a question a while back in the Technet PowerShell Forum asking how one might start to build a clipboard viewer using PowerShell that met a few requirements: Have an open window aside from the PowerShell console Automatically list … Continue reading

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Hey, Scripting Guy! Post on a WPF Clock Widget

I’m talking about using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) to build a clock widget. Something a little fun this time around and I also have another PowerTip as well. Check them out and let me know what you think! Weekend Scripter: … Continue reading

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