Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Coding4Fun.Phone.Toolkit v1.5.0 Now Available...

Coding4Fun Tools - Coding4Fun.Phone.Toolkit v1.5.0

This releases targets Windows Phone 7.1 only (Mango)

new/updated items

  • MetroFlow control
  • Disabled look for ColorSlider
  • Disabled look for SuperSlider
  • Disabled look for ColorPicker
  • Title added for SuperSlider
  • Larger hit area on SuperSlider
  • Custom Dialog Title for TimeSpanPicker

bugs fixed

  • identity tag no longer required, this was caused by a change in behavior with Mango
  • Updated to Nov Silverlight Toolkit
  • SuperSlider now defaults to proper height without having to manually putting one in
  • update to movement monitor to prevent bubbling
  • Fix for fast app switching in TimeSpanPicker
  • TimeSpanPicker now mimics code base from SL Toolkit
  • Fix for prompt positioning when SystemTray has an Opacity is less than 1 but greater than 0
  • Fix for ColorSlider when given a 360 value would give a hue of black instead of red
  • Fix for SuperSlider wasn't layout being set toggling from Collapse to Visible

Coding4Fun Tools

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Always a good day when we get a C4F project updated... :)

 

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3 comments:

Patrick said...

If you know anyone with the right skills and experience who wants a developer job with an organization in Kansas City, Missouri, that helps poor children overseas, have them contact Children International. Here is a link to the posting.

http://www.children.org/HR/SeniorDeveloper_PPM_1111.pdf

Greg Duncan said...

@Patrick: I debated letting this comment through. I try to keep all comments on topic and all that...

Also linking to PDF's can be iffy.

But this looks okay and for a good cause, so I let it through.

BTW, if anyone is interested, here's the URL to the site, with contact info, etc.

http://www.children.org/employment.asp?sid=6DD15C1D-2F1D-444C-8AFE-D071888D7C61

Ć¼gyvitel said...

and still updated on codeplex...good work guys!