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Published on March 18, 2017 by Derek Banas

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In this part of my WPF tutorial I’ll cover how to do a ton of things with toolbars. We’ll Create the Toolbar, Add Icons, Open / Save Files, Use Shortcuts, Copy / Cut / Paste, Change Fonts in Comboboxes and more.

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Andy Davies
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Andy Davies
3 days 6 hours ago

Hey Derek – thanks for the videos, they're easily the best videos on programming that I've seen so far. Before you finish with the WPF tutorials, would you be able to show us how to update certain elements of the interface such as progress and status bars while the code is doing some work, such as iterating over a for loop, please? I always get errors talking about threads not being able to access the UI elements. Thanks again!

Exodus
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Exodus
3 days 18 hours ago

Hey Derek thanks for the video 🙂 I have a question can you please tell me how a cmd or a Linux Terminal is made? Can you do a video about that?

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Exodus
3 days 4 hours ago

+Derek Banas Hey Derek. I'm sorry for all those questions but can you please provide a small video on how to do a terminal or a cmd? That would be extremely helpful and amazing because I'm working on it as a project and I'm interested. Please do a video about it it would mean a lot if you can:)))))

Exodus
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Exodus
3 days 9 hours ago

+Derek Banas Oh never mind I'm still behind I'll check it out when I reach that part 🙂

Exodus
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Exodus
3 days 9 hours ago

+Derek Banas Thanks a lot Derek:) Can you please provide a link?

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
3 days 9 hours ago

Your welcome 🙂 Just like any other program. It is basically a big text box that allows the user to issue commands. You could make a simple one with everything I've covered already with a special focus on the File I/O tutorial

Илья Шкрьоба
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Илья Шкрьоба
4 days 3 hours ago

Could You make a video on using Sockets?

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
4 days 31 minutes ago

I'll see what I can do

Rainer Wahnsinn
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Rainer Wahnsinn
4 days 5 hours ago

This is more precisely WPF

radziu27
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radziu27
4 days 6 hours ago

Hi Derek! Are you planning to make a tutorial which will cover C# SQL Server connection and do something with database?

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
4 days 6 hours ago

I want to, but I'll have to wait for VS 2017 to support MS SQL Server 2016, which it currently doesn't. Also MySQL doesn't work with VS 2017 and isn't expected to for 3 to 6 months. That is the problem with being on the cutting edge 🙂

Masoud Rousta
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Masoud Rousta
4 days 16 hours ago

a typical educational tutorial. I've had YouTube account since youtube's birthday. never seen such a talent.
Thanks Derek

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
4 days 11 hours ago

Thank you for the nice compliment 🙂

fera fera
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fera fera
4 days 19 hours ago

thanks Derek!
the question is how we can fix the line
MessageBox.Show($"Font size :{fontsize}");
without emitting it
and what is the meaning from this line
fontsize = fontsize.Substring(fontsize.Length – 2);
I did not understand his work at all

fera fera
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fera fera
4 days 10 hours ago

fontsize = ComboFontSize.SelectedItem.ToString();
returns
fontsize = "System.Windows.Controls.ComboBoxItem"
ok!
and
fontsize = fontsize.Substring(fontsize.Length – 2);
return
em
ok?
so can I understand please where is the size ?
may be I did not understand you well:(

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
4 days 11 hours ago

fontsize returns a string with the actual font size at the very end of the string like you'll see if you use the MessageBox. Substring grabs just the last 2 characters in that string which is the actual fontsize selected

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KhmerTechTrain Tutorial Tips
4 days 20 hours ago

Awesome tutorial! I like all your tutorial.

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KhmerTechTrain Tutorial Tips
4 days 11 hours ago

I've made some tutorial vids about programming as well. please check out and subscribe if you like them. goo.gl/usyl5a

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
4 days 11 hours ago

Thank you very much 🙂

Oliver Benson
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Oliver Benson
5 days 3 hours ago

Thanks for the video Derek! What are you planning to make videos on after you finish the C# series? Will you be making anymore "x in one video"? Thanks for all the videos you make!

Oliver Benson
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Oliver Benson
4 days 23 hours ago

That's great Derek! Thank you so much for making all these videos!

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
5 days 2 hours ago

You're very welcome 🙂 I'm covering Unity, MonoGame and Xamarin. Yes I plan on making an Elixir and Erlang learn in one very soon

Skull Teria
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Skull Teria
5 days 4 hours ago

fix the Video title

Skull Teria
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Skull Teria
5 days 4 hours ago

U forgot a space after "21"

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
5 days 4 hours ago

What is wrong with it?

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