Windows. Themes Namespace
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Provides exposure to the set of themes defined by Windows Presentation Foundation. In WPF, a theme is a set of resources, defined at the system level, which provide the default appearance for controls and other visual elements of an application. WPF themes are created using styles and include Luna, Aero, Royale, and Classic. Only the client area of a WPF application uses these themes; the appearance of the window border and buttons that form the window chrome is controlled by the Win32 theme service.
Creates the theme-specific look for Button elements.
Creates the theme-specific look for Decorator types, for use with the Classic theme.
Specifies the theme-specific look for headers in DataGrid controls.
Creates the theme-specific look for ListBox elements.
Provides culture-specific information used by .NET system themes.
Creates the theme-specific look for ScrollBar elements.
Creates a theme specific look for drop shadow effects.
Specifics the type of Border to draw.
Describes the glyphs used to represent the Thumb.
Represents possible color variants for the Microsoft themes.