First of all, please accept my apologies because the control in the FontPropertiesDialog is not a RadListBox, but a native Microsoft ListBox
control. This is why it hasn't been affected by the styles you provide.
Now, straight to the issues:
- It's strange that all other Checkbox controls in your application are styled by your custom style and the ones in the dialog are not. The possible reasons can be a few:
- The custom style which you want to be applied is not implicit.
- If it is implicit, the scope on which it's applied is different than the FontPropertiesDialog's one - e.g. it's not defined in App.xaml.
- The issue with the styling the ListBox control - please accept my apologies for misleading you to style the RadListBox control instead the ListBox control.
In addition, I've created a sample project with changes, applied on the controls you've been asking for.
Hope this helps.
If you have other questions, I'll be glad to assist you further.
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