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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application



I have a ToolTrip with a ToolStripButton.


I would like to change the look of the toolstrip and the button and to do that, I have added a ProfessionalColorTable.

This works for the toolstrip, but i'm not able to change the button backgound/selection/mouse-over etc.


I have also tried a ToolStripProfessionalRenderer, where its possible to do custom painting, but it seems overkill to do all the painting myself.


Is there an easy way to control the toolstripbutton painting - similar to use a ProfessionalColorTable ??


Thank you in advance..





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