Ok, I'm going to admit up front that I've been out of the WPF game for about a year, and some of the differences between WPF and Windows Store App XAML is driving me mad. This should be a simple question, I just have a mental block for some reason.
I have a style for a ColorPicker to use in my Windows 8 app. Here it is:
I love the way it looks, but the last I'd like to do is change how the selected color looks. All I want to do is remove the selected item color and make the selected item's rectangle have a StrokeThickness of 2. I tried to do this with triggers, but they don't seem to exist in WSA XAML. I tried to do it with the VisualStateManager, but I somehow kept messing up the XAML so that it crashes when I run.
Can someone help me through this before I lose my freakin' mind?
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