Quite a lot in this small release: support for MultiLineTextBox FixedLengthMaskedTextBox and NumericTextboxes (Currency and Percent) via leveraging the WPF Extended Toolkit controls. Also, enhanced support for WPF's regular TextBox initialized as multi-line with ScrollViewer customization. This same ScrollViewer customization is also carried over to the regular WPF RichTextBox. Examples of using all are given in the Demo App.
Also, added Charting example via the .NET 4.0 Charting support for WinForms (aka the legacy Dundas Charts). I put a sample in that animates a bar chart every 3 seconds hopefully giving just enough time to absorb the data then move on to the next chart. There is also a start and stop button to toggle the animation on or off.
Finally, I've finally reached the chance to work on the Selectors engine. I put in a few barebones, stack-friendly recursions down thru all Framework Elements (1190 in the Demo App). Note that this is limited to FrameworkElements and likely may not return FrameworkContentElements?
One method returns all FrameworkElements allowing filtering by Type while the other returns all Grids from all the GridComposites (343 in the Demo App). I added an example of retrieving all of the Framework Elements of Type TextBox and setting their background color to Goldenrod. For the GridComposites one, I added an example of turning off ShowGridLines on all GridComposite grids.