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Thread: [WPF/C#] Display Zooming Circles on Click

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    [WPF/C#] Display Zooming Circles on Click

    Hey everyone,
    I was messing around with some of the animation features in WPF, and here is a simple application (click here to run) that displays animated zooming circles when you click inside the window:



    The animation itself is based on keyframes defined in a XAML file. I store the effect as a Resource, so I am able to reuse the animation as many times as necessary. I explain how to do access a resource using code here: http://blog.kirupa.com/?p=56

    You can download the source files (XAML + C#) by clicking here.

    Cheers!
    Kirupa

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    nice effect, and the colors really do match vista

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    I tried to match them in XP also! If I was doing these just for Vista, I would simply keep the background fully transparent and just let whatever is behind the app to show through

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