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How to Change the Brush Blade On a Troy-Bilt 4-Cycle Trimmer & Brush Cutter
by cjdavis in Home & Garden
The brush cutting blade on your Troy-Bilt trimmer is useful for cutting down larger areas of over-growth around your property. The density and thickness of over growth sometimes wears out the cutting edge on the brush cutter blade. Changing the brush blade on a Troy-Bilt 4-cycle trimmer and brush cutter requires locking the shaft of the trimmer. The unit comes with a locking tool that resembles a

Make highlight brush the same as control brush without specifying colour
by golazo in Development Tools & Services

I want to ensure that a selected ListViewItem's non-focused background is the same as the focused background. I know that the common way of doing this is as follows:


<SolidColorBrush x:Key="{x:Static SystemColors.HighlightBrushKey}" Color="Blue"/>
<SolidColorBrush x:Key="{x:Static SystemColors.ControlBrushKey}" Color="Blue"/>

However, the pr


What Is the Difference Between a Badger Brush & a Goat Hair Brush?
by cubeless in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Brushes are made from various substances, and there are certain types of brushes that are used better in everyday activities. Brushes made out of badger hair and goat hair are both been extremely popular, but for different reasons. Uses: Badger Hair BrushBadger hair brushes are widely used as shaving brushes. Along with shaving, badger hair is used in Japanese painting brushes.
Appearance: B

Can I Dry-Brush Paint on a Wall & Glaze Afterward With My Brush?
by pankaj in Home & Garden
While a fresh coat of paint is enough to brighten and revive any room, understanding the use of different painting and glazing techniques helps add depth and texture to flat wall colors. Both dry-brushing techniques and glazing techniques add layers of additional color and shading to the walls. These techniques are perfect for establishing multiple hues in a single space and often give walls a sof

How do I convert a XAML brush into a Direct2D brush?
by TheVrolok in Development Tools & Services

I am working on a Metro Style App. In Metro, you can mix XAML and DirectX. I am creating a XAML user control that uses a shared surface to render some content in Direct2D. I want to be able to specify a brush in XAML that I can use to fill a geometry in Direct2D.


I think what I need to be able to do is convert a Windows::UI::Xaml::Media::Brush into an ID2D1Brush.


Reference to another Brush from one Brush in xaml
by Demo24 in Development Tools & Services

Is it possible to directly reference to a Brush value from another Brush in my resource dictionary, without using a Color definition (or to be exact, copy one brush resource into another)?


For example, I have a Brush definition:


<SolidColorBrush x:Key="PanelBackgroundBrush" Color="White"/>

And I have a couple of other brushes I'd like to be


Foam Brush Vs. Bristle Brush
by Simon Dick in Home & Garden
Whether your paint project is a large wall or a small craft project, you want the proper brush to apply your color. Brushes that fit into a paint can are available with either a foam or a bristle applicator. The finished look of your project will differ depending on the type of brush used, so keep the desired finish in mind when deciding which type of brush to choose. TypesBristle brushes have

Convert System.Windows.Media.Brush to System.Drawing.Brush
by k19k in Programming Languages

How can I convert a System.Windows.Media.Brush to System.Drawing.Brush?


I'm trying to get the color of a system.windows.media.brush formatted to a System.Drawing.Color object.


The below solution doesn't work because it requires a solidcolorbrush object, whereas the object i need converting from is a system.windows.media.brush object:


public System.Drawing

Can You Dry Brush With a Hair Brush?
by Hugo Hernan Buitrago Rios in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
You cannot dry brush your hair with just any brush. There are several different types of brushes intended for different purposes and hair types. Some brushes can be used on dry hair. Others will break and damage the hair if they are used on dry hair. Natural BristleNatural-bristled brushes are the most recommended brushes for dry brushing. Natural bristles are set close together in tight clumps
TAGS : Brush With Hair Brush

How to Air Brush Tan
by dante in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Getting a deep golden tan from an airbrush is a simple process, if you know what to do. Never skimp on prepping for an airbrush tan, as the preparation is as crucial as the tanning, when it comes to getting fantastic results. While the preparation might seem tedious at first, it is still a great alternative to roasting in the sun.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
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