Extended WPF Toolkit™ v3.8.0 Release Notes

Release Date: 2020-01-30 // 22 days ago
  • What's new in v3.8.0?

    🚀 Released January 30, 2020

    🚀 v3.8.0 provides 35 bug fixes and improvements. A lot of attention was put improving AvalonDock, including 15+ improvements. Check out the Plus Edition for more controls, features, and to get your hands on upcoming releases earlier.

    Want an easier way to install Extended WPF Toolkit?

    📦 Extended WPF Toolkit v3.8.0 is available on NuGet as of January 30, 2020.

    .NET Framework notes:

    Requires .NET Framework 4 an up.

    Instructions for using the Extended WPF Toolkit binaries:

    • Install .NET Framework 4 and up
    • Download the ExtendedWPFToolkit_Binaries
    • Right-click ExtendedWPFToolkit_Binaries.zip -> Properties -> Unblock
    • Unzip the ExtendedWPFToolkit_Binaries.zip
    • ➕ Add a using statement ("using Xceed.Wpf.Toolkit;") to the top of .cs files
    • ➕ Add a new xmlns (for example, xmlns:xctk="http://schemas.xceed.com/wpf/xaml/toolkit") to the top of XAML files
    • In your XAML, use the namespace prefix (in the above example, <xctk: ...>)

Previous changes from v3.7.0

  • What's new in v3.7.0?

    🚀 Released November 26, 2019

    🚀 v3.7.0 provides 18 bug fixes and improvements. Keyboard movements and selections improved for CheckComboBox, selections + incrementations + keyboard movements improved for TimeSpanUpDown. Starting at v3.7.0, the Extended WPF Toolkit is provided under the Xceed Community License agreement(for non-commercial use). Check out the Plus Edition for more controls, features, and to get your hands on upcoming releases earlier.

    Want an easier way to install Extended WPF Toolkit?

    📦 Extended WPF Toolkit v3.7.0 is available on NuGet as of November 26, 2019.

    .NET Framework notes:

    Requires .NET Framework 4 an up.

    Instructions for using the Extended WPF Toolkit binaries:

    • Install .NET Framework 4 and up
    • Download the ExtendedWPFToolkit_Binaries
    • Right-click ExtendedWPFToolkit_Binaries.zip -> Properties -> Unblock
    • Unzip the ExtendedWPFToolkit_Binaries.zip
    • ➕ Add a using statement ("using Xceed.Wpf.Toolkit;") to the top of .cs files
    • ➕ Add a new xmlns (for example, xmlns:xctk="http://schemas.xceed.com/wpf/xaml/toolkit") to the top of XAML files
    • In your XAML, use the namespace prefix (in the above example, <xctk: ...>)