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In the second part of my “Game-changing Features” series, I investigated how to create multiple windows in a trusted Silverlight 5 application. Now, it is time to explore another set of features: SoundEffect Class for Low-Latency, Supporting Double- and Triple-Mouse Clicks and Linked Text Containers.  If you followed my previous tutorial, then you should be ready to get started. The full source code for all three of the projects will be available as a separate download with this article.

The full article is hosted on SSWUG and you can access it by clicking here. Don’t forget to rate it and leave comments if you have any problems.

Other Resources by Me:

My webinar on “Getting started with the Silverlight 5 Beta”.

Getting Started with the Silverlight 5 Beta!
Game Changing Features in the Silverlight 5 Beta (Part 1)
Game Changing Features in the Silverlight 5 Beta (Part 2)
Game Changing Features in the Silverlight 5 Beta (Part 3)

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Posted on Monday, June 20, 2011 1:28 PM | Back to top

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