Extensability of WPF designer in Visual Studio Shell RRS feed

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  • I am trying to use the Visual Studio Shell Isolated mode to create my own development environment for WPF.  I want more control over what my users have available to them in the WPF designer.  For example I would like to restrict my users from editing the XAML or code behind.  Is there a way to hide the XAML tab of the editor and hide the context menu items "View Code" and "View XAML"?  Also can I control the Property Editor to remove the "Advanced Properties" selection for each property, or at least control the context menu that pops up to remove the items that I don't want the user to access?
    Thursday, May 13, 2010 1:44 PM


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