How do you gain access to generated grid elements?

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by I_Believe (310 points) 1 flag
I would very appreciate any advice

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answered May 1, 2016 by jub6192 (1,470 points)
selected May 3, 2016 by pna4375Naz
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Installing it from Programmer's Ranch: C# WPF/MVVM: Why You Shouldn't Bind ... will remove the warning
commented May 3, 2016 by pna4375Naz (640 points)
Can u please give suggestion about How to achieve this on Silver Light
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answered Mar 31, 2016 by Glasson (1,000 points)

With a program like Snoop, anyone can access passwords that are bound.
commented Apr 1, 2016 by ofLightweig (110 points)
When you find the PasswordBox, you'll also find the PasswordHelper:
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answered Apr 11, 2016 by zva_mine (340 points)

Tree View Item is a container of visual elements generated by the Item Template.
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answered May 1, 2016 by fre_All (480 points)
It has a nice function for it POCO ViewModels | WPF Controls | DevExpress Help doing so with the tools
commented May 3, 2016 by loughranin (1,580 points)
Why not just attach a handler to the PreviewKeyDown event of the TreeView

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