问题描述:

I'm trying to set an icon to be attached to a textblock when it is saved but I'm not sure how I would do this programatically.What I'm thinking is you could set the value to the left of the textbox to an image.I have tried this but I'm not sure how I would set it to an image icon:

NoteGridView.SetValue(Canvas.LeftProperty(double)block.GetValue(Canvas.LeftProperty));

This is how I'm adding the notes to the layout:

// Creates a new textblock that for this note.

TextBlock block = new TextBlock();

//block.SetValue

notepadTxtBox.SetValue(Canvas.LeftProperty, (double)block.GetValue(Canvas.LeftProperty));

block.Width = 250;

block.Height = 125;

block.Text = notepadTxtBox.Text;

// Add that note to the grid.

NoteGridView.Items.Add(block);

Does anyone have any idea how I would acheive this or is it possible to do in the xaml code?

This might give a better understanding of what I'm trying to do:

网友答案:

You could put a StackPanel inside of the TextBlock, containing an Image, and another TextBlock, like so:

<TextBlock>
    <StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal">
        <Image Name="YourImage" Source="image/Under-Construction.png" />
        <TextBlock Text="Your Text Block Text" />
    </StackPanel>
</TextBlock>

You would then be able to set the Image programmatically like so:

YourImage.Source = "path.to.image.file"
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