While doing the (long!) tech review for Silverlight 5 in Action,my friend and former coworker Tom McKearney mentionedthat we should put together some code to make handling windowsacross multiple monitors a reasonable task in Silverlight 5. Then,on a mailing list, I recently saw the question:
Hi all -- I'm wondering if there is a maximum window size forSilverlight documented anywhere. For example if I had hardware thatcould support a 3x3 or 3x4 grid of 1920x1080 displays, can I makean SL5 OOB window that big? Can I make individual items in thewindow that big? Can I get hardware acceleration on all of it? Doesthe 3D API have any different limits than XAML? Or maybeSilverlight has no specific limit, but it's up to the hardware?
Curious about that, I decided to try it myself, and combine thiswith what Tom had requested. I don't have a 3x3 array of screensthat size, however. It really is a serious number of ... Go to the complete details ...
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