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Hi,

Our current ThemeManager setup from Infragistics is overriding my TickLabelStyle to have my NumericTickLabel TextBlocks to have the same foreground as the application wide theme, which is not what I want. I’m trying to get around this problem and so far I’ve tried setting a style targeting Textboxes under the AxisStyle, the TickLabelStyle, the SciChartSurface, even tried making an attached behaviour that searches for NumericTickLabels in the surface to set the colors manually. Nothing so far has worked.

I did notice however that my Annotations (Which I have templated to have TextBlocks instead of a TextBox) doesn’t have this problem and can keep their assigned color.

I’m now trying to template the NumericTickLabel to force it to have the colors that I want, but I can’t find how it was Templated in SciChart to begin with. Any other solution that might work would also be acceptable.

To get an idea of the problem here’s a blog post on Infragistics how this problem might be solved in other instances. My specific problem is talked about on Scenario 2

http://www.infragistics.com/community/blogs/andrew_smith/archive/2009/12/09/common-style-issues-when-using-the-theme-property.aspx

But as you can see, NumericTickLabels are not defined in the xaml hence, I can’t use the solution on the blog post.

I would appreciate any insight on this as I’ve been banging my head against the wall to solve this issue.

  • kewur asked 5 years ago
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