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Heyho,

maybe this is a bit off topic but a while ago I saw a map editor made with XNA and Winforms or WPF.
The editor in this video is not exactly the one I saw but it uses the same control.
at 0:15 you can see this coordinate system where you can add and manipulate points.

Does somebody know what the name of this control is and maybe where I can get it?

Thanks for your help!

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Heyho,

maybe this is a bit off topic but a while ago I saw a map editor made with XNA and Winforms or WPF.
The editor in this video is not exactly the one I saw but it uses the same control.
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=NwnlGHZFPTE at 0:15 you can see this coordinate system where you can add and manipulate points.

Does somebody know what the name of this control is and maybe where I can get it?

Thanks for your help!



Easy to find
1) Go to video see description and follow project link

2) Notice it's open source (if it wasn't could always use reflector or similar) and go to source

3) From the video notice the milkshake named window in the background and the name of the front window, the particleeditor in the milkshake project thus sounds right http://trac.assembla.com/IceCream/browser/XNA4/Milkshake/Editors/Particles/ParticleEffectEditor.cs

4) Either download the whole project and open the control in the designer to see what controls are added, or figure it out from the .designer file. From that file (i only had a quick look) i would guess it's the linearpropertycontrol http://trac.assembla.com/IceCream/browser/XNA4/Milkshake/Editors/LinearPropertyControl.cs

If it's that, then it seems it's a built in control of their own framework.

Good luck!

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