Gets or sets the Brush that specifies how the shape's interior is painted.
Assembly: PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
This example shows how to use the property to set the background color of an Ellipse element.
Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic Imports System Imports System.Windows Imports System.Windows.Controls Imports System.Windows.Media Imports System.Windows.Shapes Namespace SDKSample Partial Public Class SetBackgroundColorOfShapeExample Inherits Page Public Sub New() ' Create a StackPanel to contain the shape. Dim myStackPanel As New StackPanel() ' Create a red Ellipse. Dim myEllipse As New Ellipse() ' Create a SolidColorBrush with a red color to fill the ' Ellipse with. Dim mySolidColorBrush As New SolidColorBrush() ' Describes the brush's color using RGB values. ' Each value has a range of 0-255. mySolidColorBrush.Color = Color.FromArgb(255, 255, 255, 0) myEllipse.Fill = mySolidColorBrush myEllipse.StrokeThickness = 2 myEllipse.Stroke = Brushes.Black ' Set the width and height of the Ellipse. myEllipse.Width = 200 myEllipse.Height = 100 ' Add the Ellipse to the StackPanel. myStackPanel.Children.Add(myEllipse) Me.Content = myStackPanel End Sub End Class End Namespace
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