Some time ago I looked at this question and thought to myself that the title didn't really address the issue that the OP was having. I realize how the user was thinking when he wrote the question, but actually the issue he has can be generalized to a very different problem.
So I thought I should improve the title. And as I have spent time on stackoverflow.com I have learned that they should have a nice hit rate on Google so that other users can find it. It should have the correct terms that other people search on to improve it being found. And as such I didn't feel confident enough to edit it, because I don't have the knowledge to improve it.
So I flagged the question. And I wrote that:
Title change: I would edit the title to say something about addressing object specific methods from the static
DependencyObject.Changed, but I am not sure what would be better.. I think more people will find it if it says something about the static-to-instance relationship, which is actually what the OP is having an issue with.
but the flag was declined
declined - Why are you telling us? You can edit, or submit an edit for review.
I still feel that it can be improved. I still don't know how to improve it.
How should I handle this situation?