on 8/26/2012 5:14 PM
A popup is a window without a standard border that pops up above other controls to display contextual information like a tooltip, context menu or validation error. Silverlight’s browser heritage means it’s built-in popups may appear clipped inside their parent window. When running on the desktop, as an out-of-browser full-trust application, it would be nice to have popups that appear outside of their parent window, as they do in WPF and WinForms, Borderless Silverlight 5’s native window support makes [...]
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