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Replied to thread : [Free Service] Making Exploit Logo's

yo that looks astonishing, good job

Replied to thread : Rate my WPF UI (Not finished)

7/10 cool icons

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Replied to thread : Why you should switch to Delta NOW

Owner cool + cool ui + cool dll

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Replied to thread : Search History ;)

Very interesting indeed : )

Commented to thread : CW - AETHERON SKID MEGA RACIST

wHy iS nO onE rEplYiNg 


cuz no one gives a sht about you lol

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man I miss that -2 rep option

Commented to thread : [TUTORIAL] How to create your own XAML Styles

True, I will correct it later

Created a new thread : [TUTORIAL] How to create your own XAML Styles

Remember this is just my own way of creating style

In this tutorial I will be creating a basic button with round corners and no hover over effect.

I am not a really good teacher so forgive me if I dont explain something properly.


Step 1.

Create a new folder in the solution explorer and create a Ressource Dictionary in the folder you just created.


Step 2.

Open the Ressource dictionary and create a new Style. Set the properties "x:Key"," "TargetType" and "x:Name" to your liking.

"TargetType" is the most important of those properties, set this property to the element you are creating the style for.


Step 3.

Create a Setter and set its "Property" property to "Template". Create Setter.Value and a ControlTemplate. Set the "TargetType" property again to the element you are creating the style for.


Step 4.

Create a border in the ControlTemplate and modify its properties how you like. This border will decide how the element will look like. Remember to put in "<ContentPresenter VerticalAlignment="Center" HorizontalAlignment="Center"/>" so you can use stuff like text.

If you want to modify a propety like background between all the different elements without creating a new style for everything you can use "TemplateBinding". In this example I set the Background property to "{TemplateBinding Background}"


Step 5.

Navigate to "App.xaml" in your solution explorer. Create "ResourceDictionary" and in that create "ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries". Reference the style by typing <ResourceDictionary Source="PATH OF YOUR STYLE"/>


Step 6.

Et voilà!



I hope this helped you out a bit if you were struggling : ). Again I am sorry if I might not have explained everything properly.


Commented to thread : Yeet A Friend! Script

Bro stfu goofy ah motherf 

Value the work of others, also I am pretty sure you dont know how to create anything :skull:

Commented to thread : post your executors here

center tab close buttons lul