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Visual Studio 2017, when in the WPF XAML, an object property is bound to an UI control, the reference link on the class is missing

In Visual Studio 2017, all editions, when, in the WPF XAML, an object property is bound to a UI XAML control, the reference link on the class source code should reflect this 1 reference in the reference count above the property and the link to that reference could point to the XAML element/control.

Typically, each binding has these four components: a binding target object, a target property, a binding source, and a path to the value in the binding source to use.
For example, if you want to bind the content of a TextBox to the Name property of an Employee object, your target object is the TextBox, the target property is the Text property, the value to use is Name, and the source object is the Employee object.

At present the Visual Studio 2017 IDE does not show the 1 reference count on the Name property in the Employee class, even though it is used as the property of a source object and used in a binding.

Could this be changed in a later Visual Studio IDE release?

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