How to customize the color appearance of numeric entry in Xamarin.Forms?
This article explains how to change the default appearance of both the and controls in Xamarin.Forms Numeric Entry by using its available color customization properties like , , and as per in the following code snippets
… <xforms:SfNumericTextBox HorizontalOptions="Center" BackgroundColor="Black" BorderColor="White" TextColor="#dd47e8" Value="1000" FormatString="c" /> … <xforms1:SfNumericUpDown HorizontalOptions="Center" WidthRequest="200" BorderColor="White" BackgroundColor="Black" TextColor="#dd47e8" Value="1000" FormatString="c" > <xforms1:SfNumericUpDown.DecrementButtonSettings> <xforms1:UpDownButtonSettings BackgroundColor="#f69d7b"/> </xforms1:SfNumericUpDown.DecrementButtonSettings> <xforms1:SfNumericUpDown.IncrementButtonSettings> <xforms1:UpDownButtonSettings BackgroundColor="#60b976"/> </xforms1:SfNumericUpDown.IncrementButtonSettings> </xforms1:SfNumericUpDown> …
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