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You also probably want to switch between topics.
This requires a different approach where all the properties of a type of control are granted, the name of one (1) control.
Then p. You must have control of & # 39; Text input & # 39; called themedTextinput, better separated (on another screen), that would be the & # 39; source & # 39 ;. Then, all the others & # 39; Text entries & # 39; control the properties of & # 39; Fill & # 39 ;, should be called themedTextinput.Fill. All other controls of & # 39; Text input & # 39; & # 39; Color & # 39; they should be called themedTextinput.Color, etc., etc. When you do this, the control & # 39; Text input & # 39; Now it can be thematic, so you should do this for each type of control.

With this approach, you can use a variable in an If () or a Switch () to control the properties of themedTextinput, and all other text input controls will follow when you change the subject.

I am looking for ways to rename all control properties at once.

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