I want to know something. If i don't put the manifest for using the dll 6.0 to make appear the xp themes, does that mean, that you controls do the self drawing to feel like xp themes ?
That means, if someone choose a theme which is really different, does the application will look like with controls from default xp theme and not the new (i talk about controls design not colors)
RPRamesh Praveen Syncfusion Team May 7, 2003 06:00 AM
In all Syncfusion controls, you enable themes via a property like ThemesEnabled or something similar, there is no dependancies on the manifest file. The manifest file is required only to enable themes on the .net controls.
And our controls will draw themed only on XP, using the currently selected theme styles. They will also refresh to a new theme style when the user chooses a new theme style in the OS.