Theming WPF Elements
By default, WPF Elements uses the operating system theme.
However, WPF Elements also includes a number of custom themes which you can use to give your application a more distinctive experience. To use a custom theme, merge it into your application or window’s resources section using the theme class name. For example, to theme a window using the OfficeBlue theme:
<Window.Resources> <ResourceDictionary> <ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries> <ms:OfficeBlue /> </ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries> <!-- your resources here --> </ResourceDictionary> </Window.Resources>
Custom themes are applied only to WPF Elements controls. For compatible packs for the built-in WPF controls, see Mindscape WPF Themes.