Blend Bits 25–Templating Part 3 - by Mike Taulty
Another important part of templating contols in Blend is the ability to go from the control parts to the control quite quickly.
This works incredibly quickly for something like a Button – let’s say that I wanted an irregularly shaped button. If I just go ahead and draw a Path like this one; then there’s a difference between this Path being inside a regular Button as the content using the regular template for a Button as in; and the Path itself actually being a Button in the sense of getting rid of all the additional Chrome that we’ve got here and just leaving the Path. I can quickly achieve the latter by right mousing on the Path
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