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Removing the BackStack Entry in Windows Phone

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Jul 15, 2011
Tags:   windows-phone-7 , mango , jesse-liberty

Read original post at Jesse Liberty's Blog

A reader correctly complained about my posting on Sending Messages Between Pages that the “dialog” box I had created was in the BackStack. If you were to go through the dialog and then later hit the hardware back-key you would be “dragged through” the dialog box on your way back through the pages. Fail. To fix this you’ll want to call NavigationService.RemoveBackEntry().


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