A standard Button control in Expression Blend in VS .NET

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A standard Button control in Expression Blend
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To skin a Silverlight control, follow these steps:
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1 Start or open Expression Blend 2 When prompted, create a new Silverlight project Assign the project a name, select a
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location to create the new project, and then click OK
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3 From the toolbox on the left side of Blend, drag a control such as a TextBox and drop it
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4 To create a template or skin for the control, right-click the control and select Edit
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Control Parts (Template) | Edit a Copy from the context menu
5 When the Create Style Resource dialog box is displayed, assign the template a
name and determine where to define the template If the template is defined in This Document, it is created as a template in the current XAML document and it is only available within the current document If the template is defined at the Application level, it is created as a template in the Appxaml file and it is available throughout the entire application The Create Style Resource dialog is then displayed, as shown in Figure 8-25
6 When you click OK on the Create Style Resource dialog, the new control template is
displayed in the Objects and Timeline pane, and the various states that the control may exist in are displayed using the Visual State Manager in the Interaction pane Select any items in the Objects and Timeline pane to customize the appearance of the control As an example, the standard Button control was modified to appear as shown in Figure 8-26
Figure 8-25
The Expression Blend Create Style Resource dialog
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Figure 8-26
The newly created control template
NOTE
As shown in Figure 8-26, modifications to a control template can affect the behavior of the control In this example, a gradient layer was removed; hence, some of the animations built into the standard Button control are no longer valid and were automatically removed Click the Return Scope button to exit the template-editing mode and begin utilizing the customized ( skinned ) control
7 When you modify the display of a control, Expression Blend adds custom XAML
behind the scenes to render the custom control The result of the preceding modification is shown in the following XAML listing
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<UserControl x:Class="L0804Page" xmlns="http://schemasmicrosoftcom/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemasmicrosoftcom/winfx/2006/xaml" Width="400" Height="300" xmlns:vsm="clr-namespace:SystemWindows;assembly=SystemWindows"> <UserControlResources> <Style x:Key="myButton" TargetType="Button"> <Setter Property="IsEnabled" Value="true"/> <Setter Property="IsTabStop" Value="true"/> <Setter Property="Background" Value="#FF003255"/>
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<Setter Property="Foreground" Value="#FF313131"/> <Setter Property="MinWidth" Value="5"/> <Setter Property="MinHeight" Value="5"/> <Setter Property="Margin" Value="0"/> <Setter Property="HorizontalContentAlignment" Value="Center"/> <Setter Property="VerticalContentAlignment" Value="Center"/> <Setter Property="Cursor" Value="Arrow"/> <Setter Property="TextAlignment" Value="Left"/> <Setter Property="TextWrapping" Value="NoWrap"/> <Setter Property="FontSize" Value="11"/> <Setter Property="Template"> <SetterValue> <ControlTemplate TargetType="Button"> <Grid> <GridResources> <Color x:Key="LinearBevelLightStartColor">#FCFFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="LinearBevelLightEndColor">#F4FFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="LinearBevelDarkStartColor">#E0FFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="LinearBevelDarkEndColor">#B2FFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="MouseOverLinearBevelDarkEndColor">#7FFFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="HoverLinearBevelLightStartColor">#FCFFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="HoverLinearBevelLightEndColor">#EAFFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="HoverLinearBevelDarkStartColor">#D8FFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="HoverLinearBevelDarkEndColor">#4CFFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="CurvedBevelFillStartColor">#B3FFFFFF</Color> <Color x:Key="CurvedBevelFillEndColor">#3CFFFFFF</Color> <SolidColorBrush x:Key="BorderBrush" Color="#FF000000"/> <SolidColorBrush x:Key="AccentBrush" Color="#FFFFFFFF"/> <SolidColorBrush x:Key="DisabledBrush" Color="#A5FFFFFF"/> <LinearGradientBrush x:Key="FocusedStrokeBrush" EndPoint="05,1" StartPoint="05,0">
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<GradientStop Color="#B2FFFFFF" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="#51FFFFFF" Offset="1"/> <GradientStop Color="#66FFFFFF" Offset="0325"/> <GradientStop Color="#1EFFFFFF" Offset="0325"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </GridResources> <vsm:VisualStateManagerVisualStateGroups> <vsm:VisualStateGroup x:Name="CommonStates"> <vsm:VisualStateGroupTransitions> <vsm:VisualTransition Duration="0:0:02" To="MouseOver"/> <vsm:VisualTransition Duration="0:0:01" To="Pressed"/> </vsm:VisualStateGroupTransitions> <vsm:VisualState x:Name="Normal"/> <vsm:VisualState x:Name="MouseOver"> <Storyboard/> </vsm:VisualState> <vsm:VisualState x:Name="Pressed"> <Storyboard> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Duration="0" StoryboardTargetName="DownStroke" StoryboardTargetProperty="Opacity"> <SplineDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="1"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </vsm:VisualState> <vsm:VisualState x:Name="Disabled"> <Storyboard> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Duration="0"
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StoryboardTargetName="DisabledVisual" StoryboardTargetProperty="Opacity"> <SplineDoubleKeyFrame KeyTime="0" Value="1"/> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </vsm:VisualState> </vsm:VisualStateGroup> <vsm:VisualStateGroup x:Name="FocusStates"> <vsm:VisualState x:Name="Focused"> <Storyboard> <ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames Duration="0" StoryboardTargetName="FocusVisual" StoryboardTargetProperty="Visibility"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrame KeyTime="0"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrameValue> <Visibility>Visible</Visibility> </DiscreteObjectKeyFrameValue> </DiscreteObjectKeyFrame> </ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </vsm:VisualState> <vsm:VisualState x:Name="Unfocused"> <Storyboard> <ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames Duration="0" StoryboardTargetName="FocusVisual" StoryboardTargetProperty="Visibility"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrame KeyTime="0"> <DiscreteObjectKeyFrameValue> <Visibility>Collapsed</Visibility> </DiscreteObjectKeyFrameValue>
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</DiscreteObjectKeyFrame> </ObjectAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </vsm:VisualState> </vsm:VisualStateGroup> </vsm:VisualStateManagerVisualStateGroups> <Rectangle x:Name="Background" Fill="{TemplateBinding Background}" RadiusX="4" RadiusY="4"/> <Grid Margin="2" x:Name="CurvedBevelScale"> <GridRowDefinitions> <RowDefinition Height="7*"/> <RowDefinition Height="3*"/> </GridRowDefinitions> <Path Margin="3,0,3,0" x:Name="CurvedBevel" Stretch="Fill" Data="F1 M 0,002 V 015 C 015,022 030,025 050,026 C 070,026 085,022 1,015 V 002 L 097, 0 H 002 L 0,002 Z"> <PathFill> <LinearGradientBrush EndPoint="05,1" StartPoint="05,0"> <GradientStop Color="{StaticResource CurvedBevelFillStartColor}" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="{StaticResource CurvedBevelFillEndColor}" Offset="1"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </PathFill> </Path> </Grid> <Rectangle Margin="1" x:Name="Accent" Stroke="{StaticResource AccentBrush}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Grid x:Name="FocusVisual" Visibility="Collapsed"> <Rectangle Margin="2" Stroke="{StaticResource AccentBrush}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/>
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<Rectangle Stroke="{TemplateBinding Background}" StrokeThickness="2" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Rectangle Stroke="{StaticResource FocusedStrokeBrush}" StrokeThickness="2" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> </Grid> <Grid x:Name="DownStroke" Opacity="0"> <Rectangle Margin="1,2,1,1" Opacity="005" Stroke="{TemplateBinding Background}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Rectangle Margin="1,175,1,1" Opacity="005" Stroke="{TemplateBinding Background}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Rectangle Margin="1,15,1,1" Opacity="005" Stroke="{TemplateBinding Background}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Rectangle Margin="1,125,1,1" Opacity="005" Stroke="{TemplateBinding Background}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Rectangle Margin="1" Opacity="1" Stroke="{TemplateBinding Background}" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="3" RadiusY="3"/> <Rectangle Margin="1" StrokeThickness="1" RadiusX="4" RadiusY="4"> <RectangleStroke> <LinearGradientBrush EndPoint="05,1" StartPoint="05,0"> <GradientStop Color="#A5FFFFFF" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="#FFFFFFFF" Offset="1"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </RectangleStroke> </Rectangle> </Grid> <ContentPresenter Margin="4,5,4,4" HorizontalContentAlignment="{TemplateBinding HorizontalContentAlignment}" Padding="{TemplateBinding Padding}" VerticalContentAlignment="{TemplateBinding VerticalContentAlignment}" Content="{TemplateBinding Content}" ContentTemplate="{TemplateBinding ContentTemplate}" TextAlignment="{TemplateBinding TextAlignment}" TextDecorations="{TemplateBinding TextDecorations}"
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