It would be great if there were a right-click menu option for custom Rad controls to "apply the theme to all sub-controls", similar to how Forms work.
I've attached images to illustrate the functionality.
Right now it only works for forms, and my custom controls have to be manually adjusted one at a time, by hand, which is time consuming and error prone.
It would save a lot of time and reduce the chance of missing a control when applying themes locally.
Right now the only way to apply themes is either globally or individually by hand, or with a find-replace-in-files command on the ThemeName property.
To reproduce RadGridView (or other RadControl) flooding WM_TIMER messages do the following
1. Create a simple WinForms project with a RadGridView in it.
2. Open spy++ tool (it comes with Visual Studio).
3. Attach the process that is running the WinForms and choose to display its messages.
4. You should now see a lot of WM_TIMER messages as shown in the gif file.
Our product uses Infragistics controls. We have been in business for 21 years and since then we have been using Infragistics controls for WinForms. We would like to move to Telerik controls for WinForms, even though we already use Telerik controls for Blazor. Is there an easy way to convert them? Is there any plan to release a tool to convert them automatically? It will be very helpful and I am sure many companies are interested as well.
Using a RadForm and rad controls like the RadTextbox and RadDropdown, I create this form. It looks like this:
I save and close the form. I reopen and it changes all the formatting. It now looks like this:
Notice, that the spacing has been increased and the dropdown lengths have been increased. I'm pretty sure there's other changes too.
What am I doing wrong?
Using Telerik button and dropdown beside and anchored to a standard label or textbox then, when run app in a Win 11 in Korean, the presentation is not correct.
I wonder if it is possible to consult the release history by product & control & version, next to the (already existing) release history by product & version & control?
This feature has benifits:
This request can be applied for all your products.
Dear Telerik Team!
Even though your components are one of my favourite 3rd party tools that I use in software development for years now; I have to rise a bug ticket for component called "TelerikMultiSelect". The problem is that when the autocomplete box's data source is updated for the first time using a timer's event the autocomplete box remains empty and I have to click outside and the inside of the input again.
Please consider investigating and fixing this issue.
It would be great to be able to set the day start/finish times in your Scheduler.
Your Scheduler control is fantastic, but I am building a Scheduler for a company that operates over 24hrs and the shift hours are
6am - 6pm
6pm - 6am
both shifts are classed as being the same day even though the nightshift crosses over to the next day.
I would like to be able to adjust the 24hr period that defines a day so that in month view the appointment will not carry over to the next shift.
and in day view, the schedule will start at 6am and go through to 6am.
If you could implement this, your scheduler control would be even more powerful and awesome.
I would like to have a generic validation-mechanism, implemented in all controls. Hear me out:
A class ValidationInformation for containing all sort of validation information for a certain field, property, cell, etc. which has properties likes:
It also has a virtual method like bool Validate(object entity, object value, out string validationError).
A base class ValidationInformationProvider for retrieving validation information from various sources. It has some abstract methods for retrieval, storing/caching information per cell/field/property.
This base class has the following subclasses:
Each provider is responsible for reading validation information from the source (DataTable, annotations on a property, etc.) and fill a ValidationInformation object.
Now the fun begins...
Each Telerik class, like RadGridView and/or subcomponents should get a method or event to retrieve ValidationInformation. When the event is not handled or the method returns null, the default behavior kicks in.
When ValidationInformation is provided, default behavior is overridden. Properties of editors van be set with values from ValidationInformation (like Minimum and Maximum of a GridViewDecimalColumnPlus or RadSpinEditorElement). At the end if editing the method ValidationInformation.Validate is called to validate the new value. The validation error can be used for popups, or tooltips, or an exception.
This way a user does not have to think where to set which property of any Telerik control for any validation. This way a RadPropertyGrid and RadGridView can work the same way when it comes to data validation, regardless of all editors which work in the background.
why does PropertyStoreItem has no property "Tag" as other classes?
I had a few scenarios, where I need to store additional informations at the PropertyStoreItem.
We are using Telerik UI WinForms in our project. Current built-in themes are not suitable for our project requirements. We need Visual Studio 2019 Theme for UI WinForms.
As mentioned in the Telerik blog, the latest R3 2019 release of Telerik UI for WPF and Telerik UI for Silverlight is having Visual Studio 2019 Theme.
When can we expect Visual Studio 2019 Theme for UI WinForms?
When using the RadChartView Proerty Builder, existing series formatting is lost upon clicking ok.
Steps to replicate.