Hi Halász Levente,
Thank you for the clarification.
You are indeed right. However, I will try to clarify what is causing the behaviour you descibed.
In Silverlight setting a theme to a RadControl is like setting a style to that control. Therefore when you set the Style property of a RadControl and you also define a Theme for it, both styles will be applied during the initialization of the control in the order they are set in its definition.
So let's say that in the definition of the RadTileView you set Style and Theme in that particular order. What happens is - on initialization firstly the Style is applied to the RadTileView, then the Theme. Therefore, the style defined in the Theme overwrites the other style.
Also, the ItemContainerStyle is always applied before the Theme. Therefore if you want to set both a theme to a RadControl and an ItemContainerStyle, you will need to set an application theme instead since the application themes allow defining an ItemContainerStyle to the RadControls.
I hope this information helps.
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