Thank you for writing.
There are two things that you need to do in order to have a fully functioning WizardCommandAreaButtonElement
. First, you should move the creating code in the Shown
event of the Form, since in the constructor the size of the NextButton
is not yet calculated. Second, you should set the Class
property of the button, so it will know which theme to use. For example, here is how apply the same theme settings as in NextButton
// add a skip button
WizardCommandAreaButtonElement skipButton =
Alignment = ContentAlignment.MiddleRight,
Padding(4, 0, 4, 0)
Using the same approach, you can set the class to "CancelButton
" or "HelpButton
", and your new button will take their theme settings. Alternatively, you can use RadButtonElement
, instead of WizardCommandAreaButtonElement
and in this case, the button will take the default button theme settings.
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