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PredefinedThemePalettes Class

Lists the predefined theme palettes.

Namespace: DevExpress.Xpf.Core

Assembly: DevExpress.Xpf.Core.v20.2.dll

Declaration

public static class PredefinedThemePalettes
Public Module PredefinedThemePalettes

Remarks

You can use predefined palettes with the following themes:

Theme Family Themes
Office 2019 Black, Colorful, Dark Gray, White, HighContrast
Office 2016 SE Black, Colorful, Dark Gray, White
Visual Studio 2019 Blue, Dark, Light
Visual Studio 2017 Blue, Dark, Light

Apply a Palette in Code

  1. Reference the Mono.cecil NuGet package in your project.
  2. Call the Theme.RegisterPredefinedPaletteThemes method to enable predefined palettes.
  3. Set the ApplicationThemeHelper.ApplicationThemeName property to the predefined palette name and base theme name combination.

    Theme.RegisterPredefinedPaletteThemes();
    ApplicationThemeHelper.ApplicationThemeName = PredefinedThemePalettes.RedWine.Name + Theme.Office2019White.Name;
    
TIP

You can use the Theme.CachePaletteThemes property to cache the current palette theme assembly. The cache reduces load times in future application runs.

Inheritance

Object
PredefinedThemePalettes
See Also