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How to change zero value color in WPF DoubleTextBox?

Platform: WPF |
Control: DoubleTextBox |
Published Date: November 11, 2015 |
Last Revised Date: July 22, 2021

You can change a zero color for the value of WPF DoubleTextBox by setting the ZeroColor property and it will be applied when the ApplyZeroColor property is true, and the Value is zero. The default color of ZeroColor is Green.


     <syncfusion:DoubleTextBox Name="DoubleTextBox1" Width="150" Height="50" ApplyZeroColor="True" ZeroColor="Green" Value="0"></syncfusion:DoubleTextBox>


//Code Explains how to set ZeroColor in DoubleTextBox
namespace DoubleTxtbor_color
   public partial class MainWindow : Window
        public MainWindow()
            DoubleTextBox1.Value = 0;
            DoubleTextBox1.ApplyZeroColor = true;
            DoubleTextBox1.ZeroColor = Brushes.Orange;


                Changing Zero Value Color in WPF DoubleTextBox


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