The one way to get the template is through Blend
or through VS's Designer
. You can find an explanation for this in the following articles from our documentation - for Blend
(although it is for an older version) and for VisualStudio
, and the other way is to find the template in the generated XAML
for the concrete theme.
From the gif you have attached I can see that you are probably using XAML and NoXaml
assemblies and that is why you are seeing orange and gradient elements (they come from the default Office Black
theme) (and extracting the templates might not work properly as well). Office2013
theme works only with noXAML
assemblies, so you can include them instead, as well as the theme assembly, and merge the resource dictionaries in your App.xaml
. You can find explanation of the Implicit styles theming mechanism
) in the following article
. This will eliminate any orange elements, since the default Office2013
appearance is mainly in blue.
However, what I understand from your follow-up message is that you would like to change the similar visual elements globally for the whole theme. Here is the brief article for the Office2013 theme
where its resources and palette are explained.
Finally, I can propose you try our ColorThemeGenerator
which is created for changing globally the brushes for the newer themes. There you can modify the brushes for Office2013
and see the changes instantly.
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