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Posted in WPF/E at Tuesday, February 13, 2007 2:18 AM Pacific Standard Time

I didn't think it was possible, but smargroth (the creator of the WPF/E Vista example) has posted in the forums about how to simulate 3D objects in WPF/E. You can view his example here. The example isn't perfect, but he explains that it will be fixed once frustum clipping is added (I really miss frustum clipping (what IS frustum clipping???)).

He has even posted some example javascript which you can use to create your own 3D objects in WPF/E. He leaves the task of lighting and coloring to the reader, but gives a hint that you can accomplish it with an opacity mask. I think I need to go buy a book so I can learn about all this graphics stuff. Any suggestions?

Friday, August 17, 2007 12:00:27 PM (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)
Hi Bryant,

Could you please provide me with an explanation/ sample of "CreateFromXaml" method? I have been reading/searching for it for such a long time but I have not been able to understand how exactly this works. I would like to have a tab form with three different tabs and when I click on each, it would bring a new xaml applcation for me.

I think I need a very simple example which is complete. You have provided with a link to such an example but it is not working. Could you please kindly send it to me? mani.golparvar@gmail.com is my email.

I really appreciate your help in advance.

Thanks a bunch
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