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    Question How do you make an inline string for quickconverter?

    Hi,

    I'm trying to use a WPF nuget addon called QuickConverter do do some inline logic in an xaml file.

    Now what i want to do is show one string when a tooltip is disabled, and another when the tooltip is enabled. I was trying to adapt an example like this:

    Code:
    'Example:
    Visibility="{qc:Binding '$P ? Visibility.Visible : Visibility.Collapsed', P={Binding ShowElement}}"
    
    'Mine:
    ToolTip="{qc:Binding '$P ? \'Enabled\' : \'Disabled\' ', P={Binding ElementName=btnClearSelected, Path=IsEnabled}}"
    However i get an error saying "Markup extension is not properly closed." So what am I missing here?

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    Re: How do you make an inline string for quickconverter?

    Have you checked on the issues section? There might be a solution/workaround for that.
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    Re: How do you make an inline string for quickconverter?

    Thanks for pointing this out. There is in fact an issue like this. No workaround though. I Guess I'm stuck using regular styles and a bunch of extra XAML.

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