Is there a way to create my own style though?
With the objects included with iX Developer there is not a tool or method to configure them to have a custom style (theme) beyond what we've already included.
I see how this works, but it would still be much better to just create my own.
We have a tutorial on creating your own ".NET" controls so you might be able to find a 3rd party control for the ".NET Compact Framework 3.5" or create your own controls to use in iX Developer. You can download this documentation here:https://beijerelectronicsinc.sharefile. ... 38f6e43dcb
Where-as if there was a way to just add in my own companies style template then everything works nice and easy.
This is a request that I've had on the top of my list for a while. I would call it a theme support.
My minor understanding is that these are wpf objects
If your doing a PC project, then they are using WPF. If you are targeting any of the iX Panels such as the QTERM-A7 or iX Panel T7A, those do not support WPF. Windows XP or Windows 7 as the underlying operating system is required for WPF. The tutorial link in the post has further explanation on this because it effects how you create custom controls.
is there a place where I could put in my own to augment the list of options?
I'm not sure exactly what you're asking here? If you haven't answered this question,then please further clarify. Thanks!