We do not provide styles for the MS ListView control, only for the MS ListBox control
You said that you are using XAML binaries and set the theme in App.xaml which confuses me a little.
By referencing XAML binaries you use control assemblies (like Telerik.Windows.Controls.dll) in which all needed XAML is included. Then our theming mechanism requires to set the theme on application level by setting in code-behind
or setting on control level:
If you want to use NoXAML binaries which we reccomend, then you need to reference the needed theme assembly (Telerik.Windows.Themes.Windows8.dll) and to merge the needed XAML resources
in the aplication resources (App.xaml) as described in our help.
When you set application theme through StyleManager it is propagated to all child controls as you can see in my screenshot. Check the StyleManager.Theme property.
From your screenshot it appears that you are merging the theme resources in the application resources, is that right? However this should not affect the ListView control as we do not provide styles for it.
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