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Fluent.Ribbon is a library that implements an Office-like user interface for the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). It provides controls such as RibbonTabControl, Backstage, Gallery, QuickAccessToolbar, ScreenTip and so on.
- [More Screenshots](../../wiki/Screenshots)
Visit the documentation.
Almost all features are shown in the showcase application.
The showcase application is included with every release, so you can just grab it from [releases](../../releases)
If you think there is something missing in the showcase application feel free to create an issue for that.
To be more familiar with the Ribbon concept see msdn article.
History & roadmap
A history of changes is maintained in the [Changelog](Changelog.md). The roadmap is done by [milestones](../../milestones).
If you feel lack of some important features feel free to use issues to create an issue/feature request.
Access to preview versions
You can access preview versions through the AppVeyor nuget feed.
What you can do to help us
- We are accepting pull requests, so you are very welcome to create one
- [Fix some bugs](../../issues)
- Help us translating
- Help us updating the documentation
- Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1.1 (16.4) or later (you can get the preview from https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/downloads/
- .NET core SDK v3.1 or later (you can get the latest preview from https://dotnetcli.blob.core.windows.net/dotnet/Sdk/master/dotnet-sdk-latest-win-x64.exe)
If you have issues using the designer inside of Visual Studio you can try the following things:
[VERSION]has to be changed according to your version of Visual Studio
- Clear the
.vsfolder in your development folder
If none of that helps feel free to report an issue here.
Formatting settings that have to be used
- For general formatting you have to use editorconfig (should work out of the box with Visual Studio 2019)
- Position each attribute on a separate line
- Position first attribute on same line as start tag
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[MIT License (MIT)](./License.txt)
This project was previously hosted on CodePlex.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Fluent.Ribbon README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.