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unseal ResourceDictionary so we can create our own ResourceDictionaries in Xaml

unseal ResourceDictionary so we can create our own ResourceDictionaries in Xaml

I wanted to create a MyResourceDictionary.xaml but couldnt because the class was sealed

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  • Philip commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    And please lift the limitation of merging only a single dictionary. This is a show stopper for properly managing application resources in individual files.

  • Chase Florell commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree.
    It's nice when we can separate concerns, and I personally feel that a ResourceDictionary is not an App concern, and should be more akin to how Android handles their resources.

    Having it sealed forces us to attach it to a page (yuck) or the Application (less yuck, but still yuck). Please open it up to inheritance.

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