#469 – Filling a UniformGrid from Right to Left

A UniformGrid will normally lay out its child elements from left to right, starting in the first row (top to bottom, left to right).  You can reverse the left-to-right behavior by using the FlowDirection property.

The default value for FlowDirection is LeftToRight.  If you specify a value of RightToLeft, the UniformGrid will fill child elements from right to left within each row.  (Rows are still filled from top to bottom).

<UniformGrid Rows="2" Columns="4" FlowDirection="RightToLeft">
    <Label Content="1" Background="AliceBlue"/>
    <Label Content="2" Background="Cornsilk"/>
    <Label Content="3" Background="DarkSalmon"/>
    <Label Content="4" Background="Gainsboro"/>
    <Label Content="5" Background="LightBlue"/>
    <Label Content="6" Background="MediumAquamarine"/>
    <Label Content="7" Background="MistyRose"/>
</UniformGrid>

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Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about .NET technologies. Equally passionate about my own personal projects related to family history and preservation of family stories and photos.

One Response to #469 – Filling a UniformGrid from Right to Left

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