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Creating a Custom WPF Button Template in XAML - Sound Code
In this post I will demonstrate how to create a custom template for a WPF button using XAML. In particular we will look at being able to have complete ...
A Style for Round Glassy WPF Buttons - CodeProject
Download demo - 209 KB; Introduction. I really liked the look of the round glassy button style in Windows Vista ever since I installed it. The great thing about WPF ...
Round corner button in WPF - CodeProject
To get round edged corners, you have to use a control template. I have explained that in my blog : http://tarundotnet.wordpress.com/2011/02/22/a-rounded ...
RoundedButton Button Style (WPF) - Geekswithblogs.net
OK, so what else (aside from change a button to be round cornered) does the RoundedButton style give us? Well, first, there's the traditional 'hover' look
Styles, Resources, and Control Templates in WPF
This article will show how to use Styles, Resources, and Control Templates in WPF.
Creating custom glass buttons with XAML in WPF | Jade's Blog
Today, we are going to take a look at how one would create a custom style for a WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) button control. We will change the bland
WPF rounded corner textbox - Stack Overflow
I don't know WPF and am now learning it. I was looking for rounded corners TextBox in WPF. So I searched Google and found a piece of XAML : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4779777/wpf-rounded-corner-textbox
Disable button in WPF? - Stack Overflow
I have a Button and a TextBox in my WPF app. How can I make the Button not enabled until the user enters some text in the TextBox?
Style Button in WPF - C# Corner
As in the code above we have set some color (gradient color) inside the button. Using Template Defines the Look of the Button We will be using a template for the ...
A TextBox With Rounded Corners Through WPF XAML - .NET Zone
What is the first idea that comes to mind when someone mentions rounded corners and WPF? Probably Border. That is the right thing to think about, but how to apply it ...

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