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Custom WPF TextBox Style

, 28 Dec 2010 CPOL
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TextBox Style which resembles the Twitter's text field.
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This tip was written to demonstrate how to customize the rendering of the standard TextBox control provided by Microsoft. You can use this custom style to achieve the Twitter's TextBox look and feel.
Using the Style

To make use of the custom Style you need to set the Style property of your TextBox controls.
The example code below demonstrates how to apply the style:
 <TextBox Style="{StaticResource TwitterTextBoxStyle}" Height="25" Name="textBox1" Width="300" />
Points of Interest

I have made this TextBox Style as part of my university project. I wanted to add to my application some cool glow effects and animations.


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Comments and Discussions

GeneralReason for my vote of 1 not helpful Pinmemberst0rmrd17-Aug-11 2:36 
GeneralThanks for the code sample, just what I needed! PinmemberRiaan77721-Jul-11 1:56 
GeneralThis is just a short article(tip), it should not be too long... PinmemberJohn_Smith785-Jan-11 0:52 
GeneralJohn i am well versed with WPF! but what about others? you s... PinmemberTarun.K.S30-Dec-10 8:38 
GeneralThe provided Style definition extends the standard TextBox's... PinmemberJohn_Smith7829-Dec-10 3:19 
GeneralReason for my vote of 2 No explanation at all! PinmemberTarun.K.S29-Dec-10 2:17 
GeneralStill no explanation of what this is all about. PinmvpRichard MacCutchan24-Dec-10 7:27 

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