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Customize Themes

You can customize themes with the following approaches.

Expanded Palettes

Create a new theme with a custom palette and apply the theme to an application.

The following code sample creates a new custom palette, applies it to the Office2016ColorfulSE theme, and uses the palette in an application:


You can use this approach only for the Palette Themes.


Topic: Palettes

Expanded WPF Theme Designer

The WPF Theme Designer is a standalone tool that allows you to modify and create new themes based on built-in DevExpress WPF Application Themes. You can customize a theme in the following ways:

Expanded See Also

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