The originally goal of the wx.NET project has been to wrap the famous wxWidgets framework. Therefore, classes and enumerations bear names as similar to their origins in wxWidgets as possible. As a consequence, the names of classes and enumerations contratict widely accepted conventions in .NET. The coming release will try to change this as far as possible. The MS tool for .NET code analysis FxCop is currently used to guide this process. However, current users of wx.NET will have to prepare for releases with significantly changed names for style flags etc. I recently changed the name of the project from wx.NET to WX.Net (correct Pascal spelling) to stress the purpose to make WX.Net more .Net..