Since we’re following semantic versioning, we promise to not break anything from version 1.0 to 2.0. Metro now allows to define custom themes for the application.
The property that sets the window brush for an inactive window. We’ve rewritten the has been completely rewritten, to fix a number of issues that have accumulated over time.
You just need to keep both the runtime library and the documentation file next to each other.
A quick overview: control, inspired by the Callisto style.
Scott, Thanks for providing such comprehensive article!
In most situations you will use the Progress Bar to show progress for some heavy/lengthy task, and this this is where most new programmers run into a very common problem: If you do a piece of heavy work on the UI thread, while trying to simultaneously update e.g.
a Progress Bar control, you will soon realize that you can't do both, at the same time, on the same thread.
Metro follows Semantic Versioning, at least API wise.
We removed everything marked as obsolete and made some API changes, but from now on Mah Apps.Metro/blob/master/docs/v1.0We’re nearly ready to release version 1.0 of Mah Apps. There are no known breaking changes in this release, but we had to deprecate some things, particularly around the titlebar overlay behavior.Please note that everything that is know deprecated will be removed in the 1.0 release, so you should prepare your applications soon.Please note that minor visual changes can still occur if there’s a need for them.A migration guide for the breaking changes is available here: https://github.com/Mah Apps/Mah Apps.Or to be more clear, you can, but the Progress Bar won't actually show each update to the progress before the task is completed, which pretty much renders it useless.