Appearance in UWP Masked TextBox (SfMaskedEdit)

The appearance of the SfMaskedEdit control can be customized by using the BorderBrush and ErrorBorderBrush property

Border

BorderBrush

BorderBrush provides the border color for the SfMaskedEdit.

We can Customize the BorderBrush property as follows

<Input:SfMaskedEdit Width="255" Height="46" BorderBrush="Blue"/>
SfMaskedEdit maskededit = new SfMaskedEdit();
maskededit.BorderBrush = Brushes.Blue;

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ErrorBorderBrush

ErrorBorderBrush provide the border color for the SfMaskedEdit when validation becomes failed.

We can Customize the ErrorBorderBrush property as follows

<Input:SfMaskedEdit Width="255" Height="46" ErrorBorderBrush="DarkOrange"/>
SfMaskedEdit maskededit = new SfMaskedEdit();
maskededit.ErrorBorderBrush = Brushes.DarkOrange;

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ShowPromptOnFocus

When the ShowPromptOnFocus is set to true, prompt characters are ignored when control loses focus. Again, the prompt characters are restored when the control is focused

Example

<Input:SfMaskedEdit Width="255" Height="46" MaskType="Simple" Mask="(000) 000-0000" ShowPromptOnFocus="True"/>
SfMaskedEdit maskededit = new SfMaskedEdit();
maskededit.MaskType = MaskType.Simple;
maskedEdit.Mask = "(000) 000-0000";
maskedEdit.ShowPromptOnFocus = true;

Control loses focus

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Control gets focus

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