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Objects not disposed after override style

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
Hi, I have used a popup in my silverlight control which contains border, Grid, ScrollViewer etc. I will open this popup in some scenarious and i will change the style of the control using another resource dictionary.While changing the style i will OverWrite the existing objects with the current style in OnApplyTemplate(). Now when i open the popup both the old and current styles getting opened. Please guide me on this issue.   Thanks for any help..

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