The issue can be reproduced on a touch device after performing zoom in and zoom outChartPanZoomController panZoomController = new ChartPanZoomController();
The issue can be observed in themes having shadows:
Use attached to reproduce (the orientation must be set at design time)
Set it in code:commandBarToggleButton2.Orientation = Orientation.Vertical
-double click an option in the MultiColumnCombobox editor and close the editor in the selected index changed event.
The performance of the DayView when the control is bound to a large number of recurring appointments and it is grouped by resources needs to be improved.
AutoCompleteSuggestHelper, Assembly: Telerik.WinControls.UI, Version=2019.1.117.40
Isnt the hilighted line (contains branch) very unoptimized.
Multiple ToLower string operation. Why not let the framework do the operation since you are always using ordinal?
optimized version: return item.Text.Contains(this.Filter, StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase);
protected virtual bool DefaultFilter(RadListDataItem item)
Copy an image and paste is several times inside the document.
- Open the Print Preview dialog and select "Print Entire Workbook"
- Nothing happens and only the current sheet is printed
Workaround:private void RadDropDownButton1_DropDownOpening(object sender, EventArgs e)
Steps to reproduce:
1) Add a RadForm with 3 buttons. Apply Fluent Theme to all.
2) In the click handler of the first two buttons, set enable to false for the button that was clicked. Third button, do nothing.
3) Run app. Click all 3 buttons.
Focus indicator should be hidden for previous-focused but now-disabled controls.
Blue Fluent focus-indicator border is still showing (my user's are confused and complaining), see attachment.
[May happen on other themes too, didn't check.]
Had to implement a work-around...
Set border element to off for every programmatically disabled control: this.radButton1.ButtonElement.BorderElement.Visibility = ElementVisibility.Hidden;