Nevron .NET Vision Documentation
Predefined Frames

Following are the predefined frames that ship with our UI library:

Simple

The renderer uses only gradients and solid colors based on the current palette to paint the non-client area. High speed performance.

Vista Slate

The renderer uses a set of segmented images to paint caption, frames and caption buttons. This template fits best with the new color scheme Office 2007. 

Vista Royal

The renderer uses a set of segmented images to paint caption, frames and caption buttons. This template fits best with the Longhorn color scheme.

Opus Alpha

A modern light-weight appearance based on segmented images. Ideal for both great look and high speed performance.

Inspirat

Smooth appearance based on shades of the light blue color. Fits best with LunaBlue color scheme.

Applying Predefined Frame

You may specify a predefined frame template either globally or locally.

 

The following example demonstrates how to obtain a predefined frame instance: 

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NFrameAppearance predefinedFrame =
NUIManager.GetPredefinedFrame(PredefinedFrame.OpusAlpha);
Visual Basic
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Dim predefinedFrame As NFrameAppearance =
NUIManager.GetPredefinedFrame(PredefinedFrame.OpusAlpha)

You may set a predefined frame as global directly: 

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NUIManager.SetPredefinedFrame(PredefinedFrame.Inspirat);
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NUIManager.SetPredefinedFrame(PredefinedFrame.Inspirat)
Applying Custom Frame

The following code demonstrates how to apply a custom frame globally: 

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NUIManager.FrameAppearance = myCustomAppearance;
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NUIManager.FrameAppearance = myCustomAppearance

Applying the template per NForm instance: 

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myForm.FrameAppearance = myCustomAppearance;
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myForm.FrameAppearance = myCustomAppearance
See Also

 

 


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