Silverlight Tabitem Close Button

Posted on 2010-09-02
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
I am creating tabitems at runtime. I was looking for a way to add a close button to each tab item in the tab header. I was looking around but did not find any solutions that worked. Any help is appreciated
Question by:jimseiwert
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Those are both WPF examples. I am working in silverlight.
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The logic is the same!

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That did work with some minor tweaks. Thank you

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