Lesson 20 - Audio/Video Player in C# and WPF - Appearance Customization
In the previous lesson, Audio/Video Player in C# and WPF - Code Improvements, we improved our code and made the control buttons enabled or disabled according to the player's internal status. In today's C# .NET WPF tutorial, we're bringing the promised appearance improvements. We haven't spent much time on styling in this WPF course, the wilder it's going to be today
We'll transform our player's window to look like this:
First, we'll style the control buttons, making them round and with an icon. To do this, we'll create a new resource and put these properties there.
In Solution Explorer, we'll right-click on Project -> New Folder
to create a new folder and we'll name it
Styles/. In this folder,
we'll create a
ButtonStyle.xaml file. To do this, we'll right-click
Styles/ folder and select
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In this C# .NET WPF tutorial, we'll style the GUI of our audio and video player, and use resources to make the buttons round and set the window background.
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