When editing a Metro html page, the only available CSS classes when using the "Add existing class" context menu are classes in a directly linked css file. There should be a way to see all the classes available to the page, even if there is an extra click to get to them. Or there should be a setting to turn this on and off.For instance, I can't see any of the styles defined in the default WinJS themes (ui-light.css, ui-dark.css). Can't see styles linked in a top-level page when using navigation. Can't see styles linked in the parent page when using a WinJS.UI.HtmlControl.This renders the whole prospect of defining layouts in Blend rather useless for anything other than simple scenarios. The whole point of CSS is the cascading/inheritance nature of the way styles are defined and referenced. It doesn't support a DRY pattern when working with CSS.This is actuall in the Blend for Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 RC, Version 5.0.30514.0.
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