RadWindow.Alert() is not modal, i need Prompt a user and wait to continue the proccess.
Show a modal dialog and continue the proccess is insane!!! (Where this is applied ???).
Im lose some thing???? a parameter set ??
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answered on 02 Apr 2010, 09:29 AM
The modal dialogs in silverlight are not really modal - the block the UI, but not the thread so you will need to hook-up to the Closed event and do what you need to do after closing the dialog box in the event handler. We implemented the dialogs in this way because Silverlight doesn't allow us to block the UI thread. You could find more information about how to use the Aler method here: http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#Window/APC.
Hope this information is helpful!
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