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Snoop 2.6.1

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 18256
Change Set: 62190
Released: Feb 10, 2011
Updated: Apr 19, 2011 by cplotts
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

This release is a bug fixing release. Most importantly, issues have been seen around WPF 4.0 applications not always showing up in the app chooser. Hopefully, they are fixed now. I thought this issue warranted a minor release since more and more people are going WPF 4.0 and I don't want anyone to have any problems.

Dan Hanan also contributes again with several usability features. Thanks Dan!

Happy Snooping!

By request, I am also attaching a .zip file ... so that people can install it manually if they wish.

Work Item Description
5149 Dan Hanan: You can now use the mouse wheel to edit property values.
5150 Dan Hanan: Double-clicking a property name will now delve that property.
5261 Dan Hanan: The property filter sets can now be modified.
4989 Clearing the visual tree filter ... now actually works.
5304 After consideration, modified Snoop so that the main Snoop UI has a task bar icon. It shows up under the application being Snoop(ed), however, not as a separate task bar icon.
5307 I was confused for a bit about the ability to Snoop a dialog. You must bring up the dialog first and then Snoop ... in order for it to work.
5558 Fixed an application crash in VisualTreeItem.Reload.
5964 Fixed a situation where WPF 4.0 applications don't show up in the app chooser.
6090 Fixed another situation where applications weren't showing up in the app chooser.

Reviews for this release

Very useful tool for troubleshooting binding errors and styling. Can be a lot better though, as others have already pointed out.
by CyberAngel on Aug 10, 2011 at 10:08 AM
Very useful tool for investigating which events are triggered in an app.
by jurev on Jul 29, 2011 at 10:56 PM
Urgently needing a tool like this, I found Snoop first, so I can't compare it to similar tools. On its own merits, I'd call it a good start to a great tool. Gave me all the info I sought -- and some I didn't know I needed. Lost a point when installer didn't ask where to install. Main shortcoming: ability to export data, or even copy to the clipboard.
by EdStauff on Jul 22, 2011 at 4:39 AM