Matthias Shapiro

developer/integrator with IdentityMine, infovis enthusiast

Monthly Archives: February 2008

The Trials and Travails of the Infrared Multipoint

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OK, I've been waiting to post more on the Wii multipoint for a while, but I'm been waiting to get some kind of mobile

Special Leap Day Link-O-Rama

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My brain is out of town while I'm working on our MIX Show Off Entry. In the meantime, I need to post some links so that I

Triggering Events and Updating Bindings

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Sorry for the extended absence... I'm been working myself to the bone on the Veracity submission to the Show Off at MIX08.

Apple Patents Use Of Fingertips as Interaction Devices

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In a development certain to inspire renewed confidence in the company that has shown us technological marvel after marvel,

ListView (and ListBox) Performance Issues

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I was working on one of my projects today and I noticed that one of our popups displaying search results in a ListBox was

WPF Drop-Shadows on The Cheap

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One of the questions I get most often from designers and almost never from developers is: How can I get drop shadows into

How Do I Style The ComboBox Items?

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This is actually a continuation of my post on getting the ComboBox items to accept text wrapping, so I'll be working from

The WPF Designers Guide to Styling The ComboBox

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 The ComboBox is not the most complex of the WPF applications, but it can be a little tricky, so lets do a general overview

Looking for Senior .NET 3.5 (WPF, Silverlight) Developers

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For those of you who don't know, I work for Veracity Solutions and we're currently looking for Senior .NET 3.5 (WPF,

Making Visual Studio 2008 Only Show XAML

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Karl Shifflett points to a wonderful life saver of a feature that I didn't know existed until now. With Visual Studio 2008,