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Can the .NET2.0 application apply Vista theme in Windows Vista?

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I want to know if my .net2.0 application can apply Vista theme when run in
Windows Vista. How to do if it is possible.
Thank you.
Oct 17 '07 #1
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On Oct 17, 8:09 am, "yxq" <ga...@163.netwrote:
I want to know if my .net2.0 application can apply Vista theme when run in
Windows Vista. How to do if it is possible.
Thank you.
I believe themes are handled automatically by the operating system, so
you shouldn't have to do anything different than you would for XP.

Thanks,

Seth Rowe

Oct 17 '07 #2

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yxq
No, the controls have no any changes when you change Windows Vista theme.

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On Oct 17, 8:09 am, "yxq" <ga...@163.netwrote:
>I want to know if my .net2.0 application can apply Vista theme when run
in
Windows Vista. How to do if it is possible.
Thank you.

I believe themes are handled automatically by the operating system, so
you shouldn't have to do anything different than you would for XP.

Thanks,

Seth Rowe


Oct 17 '07 #3

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On Oct 17, 4:57 pm, "yxq" <ga...@163.netwrote:
Yes, visual styles has been enabled.

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"yxq" <ga...@163.netschrieb:
No, the controls have no any changes when you change Windows Vista theme.
Does your application have visual styles enabled?
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Oct 18 '07 #4

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