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It does this by implementing the INotify Property Changed and INotify Collection Changed interfaces.

This allows it to serve as the “Items Source” of a collection control (like a List Box, Combo Box, or any other Items Control).

To unblock a file, right click on it, and select properties, and then select the ‘unblock’ button.

I’ve seen a number of forum posts lately expressing a desire for an observable dictionary.

Note: 2008 and older issues are only available as files.

On most versions of windows you must first save these files to your local machine, and then unblock the file in order to read it.

Here are links to a couple of them: Thread 1: Observable Dictionary, problem with Remove Thread 2: Bind observable dictionary As promised in my response to the latter thread, I am now providing a sample demonstrating how one might implement an observable dictionary. The Observable Dictionary Sample In this sample, I demonstrate how to bind to a dictionary of button styles.

The styles are sorted based on their Key values in the observable dictionary.Your item templates must take this into consideration and provide the appropriate binding paths. All the Standard Caveats Apply As always, this sample is provided “as is”.It has not been heavily tested and there are probably lots of improvements that could be made. Let me know how it works for you, what improvements you make, what bugs you find, etc. WPF This entry was posted on Sunday, September 16th, 2007 at pm and is filed under Bindings, Items Control, WPF.These collections are of types Dictionary observable.As such, you cannot bind to the Values collection or to the Keys collection directly and expect to receive dynamic collection change notifications.You must instead bind directly to the observable dictionary.

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