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How can I change font size of context menu?
Here is the xaml of my control.
And here is customization of contextMenu:
Upon further investigation it turns out there is not much we can do to fix the problem. At this point the best I can do is suggest the following two workarounds:
- Modify the Normal style in the repository of each document loaded in the control. You can read more on the topic in the Styles article.
- Use implicit styles in your project. This, in fact, adds other benefits to your project as you can read in the XAML Theming – Implicit Styles versus StyleManager blogpost.
I hope this helps.
I have attached a image were the text in first three context menu items is bigger than the others below, I am using office theme 2013 and I wanted to know if this issue can be solved, If yes then how. If not I wanted to know how could I get the default style(Font Family, weight etc) of normal items other than the first 3 and set their style to first 3 items. Will the font vary from theme to theme. I wanted to know if setting this default will cause it to look different when blue theme is applied.
In order to deeper investigate the case, I would like to ask for more details on how to reproduce the described behavior (e.g. step-by-step walkthrough, binaries version, sample project, etc.). Any additional information would be highly appreciated.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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