Expose properties to control the HorizontalAlignment and VerticalAlignment of the footer content
ApplicationMenu do not have keyboard navigation - pressing arrows do not navigate thru the application menu items.
Allow the QAT context menu to be extended
Allow RibbonWindow Minimize/Maximize/Close buttns to work in in-browser scenarios
Add support for direct content of ribbon buttons (like using XAML vector graphics instead of images).
Add a property to show/hide RibbonWindow Close/Minimize/Restore buttons panel
Allow ApplicationMenu to be editable in Blend. Make sure when clickon the application button the app menu is displayed in blend. Also add panels for the content and footer content for easier content adding.
Expose property controlling the RibbonGroups Header Background
Make Buttons' Image properties of Object type.
Posibility to use the QAT buttons when the BackStage is open
Expose an event where the key combinations that (don't)show the KeyTips can be customized.
Any group or button can be right clicked and added to the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT).
Expose properties to control the BackstageItem.Icon size
Add the ability, while holding down a modifier key (for instance ALT which triggers the KeyServices) and pressing the AccessText key at the same time, to execute the action associated with the element. Available in R1 2017 Release Please note that is it working only for KeyDown ActivationModes, not in the default KeyUp.
Allow the ApplicationMenu to be used as a stand-alone control Available in R1 2017 Release
Add MouseOver Selection states in the RadRibbonTab control Decline reason: RibbonView and its elements (including TabControl) are inspired by MS Office products. Since hovering over the selected TabItem in MS Word for example doesn't change its visual appearance it shouldn't in RibbonView as well. If your project design still requires such appearance then we highly recommend that you edit the Control Template of the TabControl in Telerik.Windows.Controls.RibbonView assembly and add a MultiTrigger Condition (in WPF): <MultiTrigger> <MultiTrigger.Conditions> <Condition Property="IsMouseOver" Value="True"/> <Condition Property="IsSelected" Value="True"/> </MultiTrigger.Conditions> ... </MultiTrigger> or add a <VisualState x:Name="SelectedMouseOver"> to CommonStates VisualStateGroup.