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Modal XamDialogWindow question

I use XamDialogWindow to implement a modal dialog (IsModal = true). My question is how come the execution flow doesn't pause when the XamDialogWindow is opened and continue only after the XamDialogWindow is closed (like the behavior of Window.ShowDialog). Is there any way to enforce this behavior because it is crucial to modal dialog?

Statement A

Code to launch XamDialogWindow as a modal dialog (execution flow follows the dialog at this point)

Statement B (should NOT be executed until the modal dialog is closed)

Thank you!

  • 12773

    Hi Jack,


    Is this a WPF or Silverlight question?

  • 138253
    Offline posted in reply to Jack Martins

    Hello Jack,

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