Thanks for responding. It sounds like you didn't understand my post. Here's how to reproduce:
1) Start the Examples C# program that comes with the Nevron toolkit.
2) Select Edit -> Palette and choose Blue or Longhorn palette. Notice all the buttons and labels in the application are now a white foreground color.
3) Select in the tree C# Examples -> Custom Forms -> Task Dialog - Examples.
4) Click the "Standard Message Box" button to show an NTaskDialog. Notice the labels and buttons are all black (regardless of the palette you choose). They should be white like all the other labels and buttons elsewhere.
My program has the same issue with the colors of the NTaskDialog. Its using the correct palette but the label and button foreground colors are hard-coded black and should be white for the Blue and Longhorn palettes. This is a Nevron toolkit bug with NTaskDialog and has nothing to do with my application.
I added a screenshot of an NTaskDialog showing using the Longhorn palette. Notice that the foreground text color of the button and the label are black. For this palette it should be white. Is there a way I can use an NTaskDialog and get the correct colors or can this be fixed?