This can be set using the Editor Style property. You'd create an instance of the DataFormEditorStyle
object, set the customization (there are a lot of options) desired and then set that instance to the DataForm.EditorStyle property.
I recommend visiting the Editor Style
and Group Styling
articles to see more thorough examples, including using images instead of colors (e.g. checkmark).
Since you're looking to avoid the green colored background, you can set the PositiveFeedbackBackground to Transparent:
PositiveFeedbackBackground = Color.Transparent,
PositiveFeedbackForeground = Color.Black
Here's the result at runtime using the last demo I wrote for you:
If this answers your question, you can let me know by using this thread's "Mark as resolved
" button (in the ticket or email). If you have any further issues, reply back with the problematic code and I'll investigate directly.
Thank you for contacting Support and for choosing UI for Xamarin.
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