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Hello,

So I'm creating the splash screen for my windows phone app, but I can't seem to get it to cover the whole screen. The way I'm doing it is through a popup. As a place holder, the user control xaml splash screen is practically identical to the main screen, but with a differenct color. The result is I see only the upper left corner covered by the splash with the contenct cropped.

Any clue what I'm forgetting to do? Bellow is some code that places it.

        private void ShowSplash()
        {
            this.popup = new Popup();
            this.popup.Child = new PlayerX.SplashScreen();
            this.popup.IsOpen = true;

            StartLoadingData();
        }
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Last Post by MarkAMalo
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I haven't used the Popup, however, most WPF controls have a Horizontal and Vertical Alignment. Have you tried:
this.Popup.HorizontalAlignment = Stretch;
this.Popup.VertialAlignment = Stretch;

Btw, where do you get the Popup? Is this a Calisto control, or something else?

Mark A. Malo

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