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Redraw A Window

C#, .Net 4, WPF

I have an application that has 2 windows and an App.XAML file. Window 1 is the main window that shows content from the App.XAML file. Window is a settings window that allows a user to modify settings in the App.XAML file.

When the user hits submit it saves the settings to the file then closes itself (Window 2). I want Window 1 to reload that file and then display it.

How can I do this?
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LouisM1979
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Can you show me the logic to show the 2nd window?
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LouisM1979Author Commented:
@TheLearnedOne,

Sure thing. I am an old VB6 developer so my execution may not be the best c# in the world.

private void lblAdmin_MouseLeftButtonDown(object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e)
        {
      var newWindow = new ConfigurationSettings();
      newWindow.Show();
        }

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Bob LearnedCommented:
I would suggest that you use ShowDialog, so that you know when the window is closed, and then you can add some code after the ShowDialog call to perform the required step.  ShowDialog creates a modal window, instead of the non-modal window that Show creates.
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LouisM1979Author Commented:
Thank you for the information. Did some googling on ShowDialog and got to where I needed to be!
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