Just a quick update of MetroEventToCommand.
Now it has a “HandleEvent” property. When true, it will set the event to Handled (providing the event args support it).
If the eventarg doesn’t have an Handled property, it will just do nothing.
That’s all for this time, next posts will be during //build/.
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