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I really like these types of posts which are written in simple writing so that everyone can understand it, and everyone can understand what message does author wants to convey. The style of your is very unique but easy to understand what you want to say in this discussion. a10
Wings Io, Mar 27, 2018
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thanks
Sophia Addison, Oct 12, 2017
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What you are asking is for silverlight to resize itself. This will take alot of work on your part. You will need to write code that knows when your app gets larger, and it will scale the html object that is holding your silverlight app.

For example, set an event on the layoutroot for layoutchange, then set the height property of your silverlight app from code.The free version of app is available for free on tutuapp. Get it from this website.
Stenvy Mart, Sep 17, 2017
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Sheir:

Quick question: You mentioned that you changed the web.config connectionstring.
Did the application run before you made any changes?

Dan.
Dan McMillan, Dec 03, 2010
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