| To enable themes, it looks like EnableVisualManagerStyle() is used. This function subclasses all hosted controls so that each control can be properly themed. If this is correct, what is the proper way to apply a theme to a control where we already have the control subclassed? We pass a list of previously subclassed controls to EnableVisualManagerStyle() to prevent BCG from subclassing the control and causing an exception for subclassing twice. But by doing this, the control will not have a theme applied. How do we apply a theme to controls that we subclass?