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Show or hide an object on the artboard

Visual Studio 2012

The column under Show all/Hide all 3df73f86-a06e-4df8-b696-261c23fac3cc indicates the visibility of an object on the artboard. When the eye button is visible in the row that corresponds to an object, the object and all its child objects are visible on the artboard.

Note Note

Show all/Hide all applies only to the view of your object on the artboard in Blend for Visual Studio 2012. Show all/Hide all does not affect the visibility of your object when you run your application. For more information, see Show or hide an object in your application.

Note Note

You can modify an object on the artboard when it is hidden, but you will not be able to see your changes reflected on the artboard until the object is visible again.

To hide an object on the artboard

  • Under Objects and Timeline, click the eye button 3df73f86-a06e-4df8-b696-261c23fac3cc in the same row as the object.

To show an object that is hidden on the artboard

  • Under Objects and Timeline, click the dot button aea22778-684f-4832-9cd2-7329cee0b699 in the same row as the object.

To show or hide all objects on the artboard

  • Under Objects and Timeline, click Show all/ Hide all 3df73f86-a06e-4df8-b696-261c23fac3cc at the top of the hide/show column.

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