Dynamic Silverlight Clipping Masks

Here’s a quick way to set a dynamic clipping mask in Silverlight. Quite proud of this.

The .Clip property is common to lots of objects so this can be adapted to Canvases or Button, etc.

public void SetDynamicClipRect(FrameworkElement Sender, String ObjectToClip)
{
Grid c = Sender.FindName(ObjectToClip) as Grid;

Double aw = c.ActualWidth;
Double ah = c.ActualHeight;

RectangleGeometry rg = new RectangleGeometry();
rg.Rect = new Rect(0, 0, aw, ah);

c.Clip = rg;
}
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