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How to bind a color in XAML to my custom UserControl properties (And not default properties, the properties that I've made)
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FrankLavigne 11-Mar-13 13:09pm    
Can you post a sample project?

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Boudi AlSayed 12-Mar-13 16:28pm    
I have no project but I just want to bind color to my custom UserControl properties (And not default properties, the properties that I've made) Thanks for Replying :)
Boudi AlSayed 12-Mar-13 16:33pm    
I've deleted my code and asked in a simple way :)

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I'm not sure, and can't find proof link now.. try to change property type from Color to object. As far as I remember there was some problem with binding value types in WinRT
 
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Boudi AlSayed 12-Mar-13 17:38pm    
Thanks but didn't work too :S

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