Allows you to manage appearance settings and paint styles of multiple editors and controls in a centralized way. This component is deprecated.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Win.Navigation
public class StyleController : ComponentBase, ISupportInitialize, IStyleController
Public Class StyleController Inherits ComponentBase Implements ISupportInitialize, IStyleController
StyleController component is deprecated.
See the following topics for information on how to manage the appearance settings of multiple controls:
- How to: Customize Look And Feel of All Controls within Application
- How to: Customize Look And Feel of All Controls within Form
- How to: Customize Look And Feel of Specific Control(s)
The code below shows how to use the
StyleController component to customize two editors’ look-and-feel settings.
using DevExpress.XtraEditors; // Create and customize the Style Controller. StyleController styleController1 = new StyleController(); // Set the background color. styleController1.Appearance.BackColor = Color.LightYellow; // Customize the LookAndFeel settings. styleController1.LookAndFeel.UseDefaultLookAndFeel = false; styleController1.LookAndFeel.SkinName = "Office 2016 Colorful"; // Assign the StyleController to editors. buttonEdit1.StyleController = styleController1; lookUpEdit1.StyleController = styleController1;