Thank you for writing.
extends the default Microsoft Form in order to achieve theming. However, it does not support the desired behavior, hence the observed glitches. You can use ShapedForm
which is entirely our implementation and you can customize it as you need. By default ShapedForm
has independent from themes back color (240,240,240), but you can very easily change it with the color that Windows8Theme sets to RadForm
- 239,239,239. Consider the following example:
Form1 : ShapedForm
.BorderWidth = 4;
.BorderColor = Color.FromArgb(86, 157, 229);
.BackColor = Color.FromArgb(239, 239, 239);
You can read more about the ShapedForm
in this documentation article: http://www.telerik.com/help/winforms/forms-and-dialogs-shapedform-getting-started.html
Attached is a sample demo.
I hope this helps.
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