Happy New Year to you and your family as well.
That is quite a bizarre and difficult to understand quote. I’ve not used this event.
I’m in WPF full time now writing tools; back to my first love.
Best to you,
Happy new year chaps!
Perhaps it was a translation of documentation, but the term animate may refer to the AnimationTimeline (sitting under all the animation base classes) which is triggered immediately after the next frame is rendered on the screen. The rendering event may force a check into the IsFrozen property of objects specifically to improve performance of animation which is where the AnimationTimeline comes into play.
Either way – it really doesn’t make sense how it is written, and just checking a property in the stack certainly doesn’t translate to “firing” an animation.
I use CT Rendering as a fast app loop inside of most of my WPF apps when I have queues – I never did find anything faster than this. (If you do, let me know).
Best to you all for 2017.
First of all, a Happy New Year to everyone. I hope that this is going to be a peaceful and prosperous one for everyone.
I tried to add the Composition API PM to this discussion but since it’s a closed group he cannot participate.
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It’s not that easy. He wanted to add people from his team. It’s typically what we do on Microsoft DLs. Not sure how we can solve that.