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Yes, the combination leaded me to some problems but it is resolved now, I created a new Class with the Gaze Data Stream methods, pass the Timestamp, GazeX and GazeY coordinates to a new List<string> and then in each OnGaze() function, call that function that returns those 3 arguments and I can now get the timestamps when there is an event.
You can test it now, maybe the problem is because you have to reference the mmisharp.dll to the project.
I want the output to a regular windows console seperate from the WPF window because I want to send the message events with the arguments to another application outside the Visual Studio.
Ok thank you.