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<object Stroke="colorString" .../> -or- <object> <object.Stroke> singleBrush </object.Stroke> </object>
value = object.Stroke object.Stroke = value
Within opening and closing property element tags for object.Stroke, exactly one object element for an object that derives from Brush. The object element can be one of the following: LinearGradientBrush, RadialGradientBrush, ImageBrush, SolidColorBrush, VideoBrush.
A Brush that specifies how the Shape outline is painted.
This property is read/write. The default value is null.
Some brush types (SolidColorBrush) support a XAML attribute syntax, whereas other brush types (ImageBrush, LinearGradientBrush, RadialGradientBrush) only support an object element syntax. This is why two versions of XAML syntax are shown for this property.
In script, you can set the Stroke property by using one of the following techniques:
A string that declares a Color. For more information about the Color string format options and grammar, see the Color reference topic.
An object that derives from Brush (such as ImageBrush, LinearGradientBrush, and RadialGradientBrush) that you have created by calling CreateFromXaml.
Note that you cannot re-use an existing Brush that has already been applied. For instance you cannot set an object's Stroke to the Stroke value of another object.
There is also an object named Stroke. This object is not directly related to the Stroke property; it is part of the object model for ink support in Silverlight.