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where to find system.windows assembly

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i need to create a clock object which is apparently in the clock class under
System.Windows.Media.Animation. i've tried adding a reference to this
assembly, but the closest thing i can find is System.Windows.Forms.

where can i find/install this assembly?

tks
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Dica,

The online documentation states that this is in presentationcore.dll.
This is for the Windows Presentation Foundation. Do you have the WinFX
assemblies installed on your machine, as well as the SDK?

Hope this helps.
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i need to create a clock object which is apparently in the clock class
under
System.Windows.Media.Animation. i've tried adding a reference to this
assembly, but the closest thing i can find is System.Windows.Forms.

where can i find/install this assembly?

tks

Nov 17 '05 #2

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> where can i find/install this assembly?

It's part of WinFX, not the regular .NET Frameowork. Preview releases of the
WinFX SDK are available for download from MSDN, but I'm not sure it's really
the solution in this case. What kind of clock are you looking for?

Mattias

Nov 17 '05 #3

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"Mattias Sjögren" <Ma***********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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where can i find/install this assembly?
It's part of WinFX, not the regular .NET Frameowork. Preview releases of

the WinFX SDK are available for download from MSDN, but I'm not sure it's really the solution in this case. What kind of clock are you looking for?
it's for a timesheet application. i need a stopwatch styled clock so we can
bill clients from the moment the user clicks the "start billing time" button
to the "end billing time" button. the clock should have a
hours/minutes/seconds hand.

any suggestions?

Mattias

Nov 17 '05 #4

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Dica,

The clock that you are referring to in the documentation is not a visual
representation of a clock, but a timer of sorts.

For a control like this, you could easily write one yourself (the
drawing isn't that difficult), or you could find a third party control.
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"Mattias Sjögren" <Ma***********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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> where can i find/install this assembly?


It's part of WinFX, not the regular .NET Frameowork. Preview releases of

the
WinFX SDK are available for download from MSDN, but I'm not sure it's

really
the solution in this case. What kind of clock are you looking for?


it's for a timesheet application. i need a stopwatch styled clock so we
can
bill clients from the moment the user clicks the "start billing time"
button
to the "end billing time" button. the clock should have a
hours/minutes/seconds hand.

any suggestions?

Mattias


Nov 17 '05 #5

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"Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]" <mv*@spam.guard.caspershouse.com> wrote in
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Dica,

The clock that you are referring to in the documentation is not a visual representation of a clock, but a timer of sorts.

For a control like this, you could easily write one yourself (the
drawing isn't that difficult), or you could find a third party control.
i see. tks nicholas



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"Mattias Sjögren" <Ma***********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
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> where can i find/install this assembly?

It's part of WinFX, not the regular .NET Frameowork. Preview releases
of the
WinFX SDK are available for download from MSDN, but I'm not sure it's

really
the solution in this case. What kind of clock are you looking for?


it's for a timesheet application. i need a stopwatch styled clock so we
can
bill clients from the moment the user clicks the "start billing time"
button
to the "end billing time" button. the clock should have a
hours/minutes/seconds hand.

any suggestions?

Mattias



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