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Thank you for your reply. You attached a Silverlight Application. Strange, seeing as how this was posted under WPF :)
Any way, I copied your entire ColorButtonDefaultStyle style, pasted it in my own solution and referenced it as static resources for all my own instances of RadColorPicker.
This seems to have had no effect on the picker's appearance. Something to do with the fact that it was meant for a Silverlight component as opposed to a WPF component?
Awaiting your reply
The style I provided you with is the default one. You need to modify that style to see any changes. I've attached an updated WPF version of the previous project. Could you please take a look at it and let me know how it goes.
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I modified the style and it looks perfect.
Please check out the Backwards Compatibility section in our documentation which describes how to upgrade your ButtonStyles and use the SplitButtonStyle.Regards,
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