When I first saw that you had deleted the Gray and 2006 skins, I was sputtering mad because they were basically the only ones that were somewhat toned-down. The new Default skin is even better. Nice, clean look.
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answered on 26 May 2009, 03:10 PM
Thank you very much for this positive feedback! We are glad that you like the new Default skin :)
It's really good job.
And I have related question: How can I use it with previous version of RadControls(Q3 2008)? Is it compatible? or can I add Q1 2009 version to my project without deleting older one(simultaneous using of both versions)?
Best wishes, Eugene.
answered on 29 May 2009, 12:17 PM
Since a lot of CSS classes in RadControls Q3 2008 and Q1 2009 are different, you can use the new Default skin with RadControls Q3 2008 only if you migrate it to be compatible with that version. There is a migration tool for converting old skins to Q1 2009:
If you inspect the XML file with the CSS class name mappings, you will get an idea what must be changed so that the new Default skin works with the older RadControls.
As for your second question - ASP.NET does not allow one application to use 2 different versions of the same assembly, so you can't use 2 different RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX versions simultaneously.