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How to make resize my web application xaml page  on two different size screen in Silverlight(c#)
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public Page()

{
      InitializeComponent();

      Application.Current.Host.Content.Resized += new EventHandler(Content_Resized);
}

void Content_Resized(object sender, EventArgs e)
{

this.Width = Application.Current.Host.Content.ActualWidth;
this.Height = Application.Current.Host.Content.ActualHeight;

}

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