No difference in ListBox selected items and 'current' item due to styles in Q1 2010 SP2

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  1. Calago
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    Member since:
    Feb 2008

    Posted 10 May 2010 Link to this post

    Hi all,

    I have upgraded my application from Q1 2010 SP1 to Q1 2010 SP2 to fix a memory leak. However, in this new Service Pack I encounter another problem:

    I have a couple of listboxes with multiselect, in which the user can select multiple items. I use the theme Office 2007 Silver in my application, and in Q1 2010 SP1 (and older versions) it was clear: selected items had a grey background and the 'current' item had a grey border around the item. So when a user deselects an item it changes from a grey background (selected) to a grey border (current). See also the first attached screenshot.

    In SP2 however, the styles\themes seem to have changed. Both the selected items and the current item are now orange. The exact same color of orange... So the difference between the selected items and the 'current' (possibly not-selected) item is not visible. Also  when a user deselects an item, it is not visible that the item is deselected until the users selectes another item. See the second attached screenshot.

    This is not only with the Office 2007 theme but also with other themes. The only theme so far where this still works correct is 'Breeze', which I am not going to use in my application. Is this a mistake with the themes/styles or is this intentional? Can I adjust this by making my own theme (copied from Office 2007)? I have no experience with the Visual Style Builder and cannot find the 'selected item' style and the 'current item' style for ListBoxes in the Style Builder... Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

    Regards,
    A. Bennen.
  2. Victor
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    Posted 10 May 2010 Link to this post

    Hello A.,

    We have replied in your other forum post regarding this issue. Let's continue the communication there.
     

    Sincerely yours,
    Victor
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