Today when doing some Windows Phone 8 development (porting Sebitti Leffa to WP8) I encountered a strange problem. I have a project named Finnkino.Resources.dll which just contains some images and all .resx files used in localization. It has been working fine in WinRT but now that I added a reference to it in WP8 project, I’m receiving this ‘Could not load file or assembly Finnkino.Resources.dll or one of its dependencies’.
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My name is Janne Rautiola, I live in Finland and I'm a software developer. Currently the blog focuses on new Xaml based development environments (meaning mostly WinRT and Windows Phone).
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As a part of styling our applications, we need to choose which colors we use. In the case of Windows Store apps, we might want the colors to be similar to those of Windows 8. Consistent colors will help users to understand the application more easily and it will also give the feeling that this app belongs to the Windows 8 family. If we use colors which have nothing to do with Windows 8, the application and the user’s experience when using the app feels loose.