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GeneralRe: Focusing on elements in MVVM Pin
Pete O'Hanlon31-Jan-12 3:34
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Pete O'Hanlon31-Jan-12 3:47
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SledgeHammer0131-Jan-12 5:11
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SledgeHammer0131-Jan-12 6:18
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GeneralRe: Focusing on elements in MVVM Pin
SledgeHammer0131-Jan-12 6:56
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SledgeHammer0131-Jan-12 7:50
SledgeHammer0131-Jan-12 7:50 
Gotcha.

OP sounded like he wanted to randomly set focus to random controls at random times. Otherwise, why would you need a bindable solution?

'50' as in the sense of multiple controls. If I have a dialog with 3 edit boxes, I thought OP wanted to be able to set focus to any of the 3 edit boxes.

If you wanted to do that, you'd either need a custom eventargs to pass a param, or some other object like VSM.

If you are trying to accomplish something like "hey! you were a douche and you put 24 in an edit box that only allows 50 -> 100, so I'm going to focus the edit box for you!" then I wouldn't use any of these solutions and would do it with validation templates.
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mi_n31-Jan-12 6:58
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