Nasko said:Hello Alex,
You could achieve the desired appearance by creating a ContentTemplate with a TextBlock with set IsHitTestVisible to False - thus the underlying won't be visible.
Check the attached sample that demonstrates that approach.
Hope this helps.
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Thank you much, that did the trick. So far I've been able to do almost everything I need.
I hate to lean on you so much, but I have a couple more scenarios I'm curious about
1) Is there any functionality I'm missing to be able to insert a DesktopAlert into a DesktopAlertManager at a certain position?
2) If I have 3 alerts open, and wish to change the content of the center (or 2nd) alert, but it's height changes, is there any way to make the DesktopAlertManager recalculate/reanimate the collection to adapt for the change? Right now if I change an alert's height it just kinda overlaps it's surrounding alerts.
What I'm doing is opening a "main" alert that is permanently open, and then having "notification" alerts that stack on top of that. The notifications have a ~10 second delay then fall off. On occassion, someone will click one of the notification alerts to view more info about it, and it may change in size to accommodate that info.