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    hi,

    We are working on designing a win 8 app with sencha, i have checked the ST 2.2 , all the samples follows the same theme as we have in 2.1. How can i get the tile styling same as win 8 native. how can we change the theme available with 2.2 for windows to the examples provided with 2.2.? Can any one share your thoughts ?

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    Use SASS to build your own theme. As releases go there will be more from us for WP8 support.
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    If I understood you correctly. all you need to do is point your app to the resources\css\wp.css instead of the sencha touch css in order to get a feel of the windows theme.

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    Thanks gkatz,
    i changed app.json and its showing win8 style, if we open it in ie10 it will show win8 style by-default
    Code:
      "css": [
            {
                "path": "../../resources/css/wp.css",


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    funny I have windows 8 IE 10 and in Kitchensink folder the app.json is pointing to wp.css and things do not look good. For example the buttons do not fit around their text. I guess we are too early

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