The "Foreground" property does not apply to the RadDatePicker icon .. it only applies to the text even though I followed what this page explains: https://docs.telerik.com/windows-universal/controls/raddatepicker-and-radtimepicker/styling/raddatetimepickers-explicitstyling
My XAML code is the following:
<Custom:RadDatePicker x:Name="FromDatePicker" HorizontalAlignment="Left" ValueChanged="DatePickerValueChange">
<Setter Property="Foreground" Value="Orange"/>
<Setter Property="FontSize" Value="15"/>
<Setter Property="FontStyle" Value="Italic"/>
<Setter Property="Background" Value="Beige"/>
<Setter Property="BorderBrush" Value="Orange"/>
Attached image of the properties that only my RadDatePicker takes when running the application ..
When using Wrap Layout, with grouping and RowHeight is not default the scrollbar size is incorrectly updated until all elements are measured once.
Associate datadesriptors to column instance rather than property name to preserve state for all descriptor type after ItemSource change.
Expose constructors of Command contexts allowing setup its properties and call Grid commands manually.
Provide API to get delta on itemsSource changes in DataBoundComplete event in scenarios like incremental loading, adding, removing, etc.
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Implement ListView interaction on pressed (similar to the UWP SDK control - tilt effect). ID:996216