Using the WPF Visualizer to debug applications in Visual Studio 2010

via Using the WPF Visualizer to debug applications in Visual Studio 2010 – Habib Heydarian’s Blog @ Microsoft – Site Home – MSDN Blogs.

In Visual Studio 2010, you can use the WPF visualizer to inspect the details of the entire WPF application. To do that, once you are stopped in the debugger, open Watch or Locals window and click on the magnifying glass next to the WPF control. In this case, I’m using the visualizer on the Flipper3DTransition control.


When the WPF visualizer opens, you will see a screen similar to the one below…

(Please see the full article in the reference listed above)

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