By default, if you need to format the cells in RadCalendar, the ElementRender event is an appropriate solution. However, it doesn't process the row/column header cell elements illustrated in the attached screenshot.
Workaround:MonthViewElement mve = (MonthViewElement)this.radCalendar1.CalendarElement.CalendarVisualElement;
Please follow the steps:
1. Run the attached sample project.
2. Move the form to a monitor with 125% DPI scaling.
3. Resize the form to make the spreadsheet bigger. You will notice that the column/row headers are missing for the last column/row headers.
Please refer to the sample project and follow the steps:1. Run the attached application.
I use radbreadcrumb as a group path explorer in my software.
I associate it with a treeview. Please see the attache photos.
When I select a treeviewitem which has too much parent levels, the radbreadcrumb can not display the path completely.
I've tried autoscrollmargin and autoscrollminsize. No luck. Because my radbreadcrumb is in a splitcontainerpanel, the display size is changeable.
I expect a custom function can act like Windows Explorer (see the last attach photo). When there is no enough display space, only the last levels are shown.
PS. I've integrated the telerik solution from this post. And it works great.
Thank you by advance.
I might be missing something, but I have Hyperlinks in a column in my RadDatGridView.
I tried searching for a Support document explaining this, but didn't find any.
When the grid is exported to excel all data is coming across, but the column with hyperlink is not
a hyperlink in Excel.
Below is sample of the code used to make the "HyperLink" column in my grid.
radGridView1.DataSource = dtResults;
GridViewHyperlinkColumn col = new GridViewHyperlinkColumn();
col.Width = 200;
col.FieldName = "Path";
col.HeaderText = "Path";
col.Name = "Path";
Coded used to do the Export....
GridViewSpreadExport spreadExporter = new GridViewSpreadExport(this.radGridView1);
spreadExporter.ExportVisualSettings = true;
SpreadExportRenderer exportRenderer = new SpreadExportRenderer();
The CustomColorsConfigLocationNeeded event fires on dialog close but does not seem to fire on dialog open or load. So I can save a custom location for the custom colors when the dialog is closed but can't reference that location when the dialog is subsequently opened again. What am I missing?
To reproduce:this.radMaskedEditBox1.Mask = "n";
TextPosition label sizing is incorrect. Regardless of AutoSize and AutoSizeLabels settings, only the first label size is calculated correctly. I've attached a project and a screenshot of the issue. It seems size isn't calculated if TextPosition == Telerik.WinControls.UI.LayoutItemTextPosition.Top.
I have a problem with the expansion of the last row.
After Row Expanding and Row Collapsing the last or second last row, the last row is not visible because it seems that there I some kind of lock on the scrollbar : it doesn’t scroll down neither with the mouse wheel nor with the button so it is not possible to move on the last row.
If instead you scroll up and then down the row became visible again.
In the attached example project.
The current implementation relies on valid cross-reference table offsets in the PDF documents so that PDF objects are easily found and parsed. However, a mechanism for importing documents with invalid cross-reference table offsets may be implemented.
The attached project shows how to repair such documents.
Please run the attached sample project. Select one of the child tasks and click the button. The new task is expected to be inserted at the selected item's position. However, it is appended at the bottom as it is demonstrated in the gif file.
Workaround: rebind RadGanttView after inserting a new row to the DataTable:Private Sub RadButton1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles RadButton1.Click
To reproduce:private void RadButton5_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
private void RadButton5_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
RadButton labelControl = new RadButton();
labelControl.Size = new Size(200, 30);
labelControl.Text = "Test";
layoutControlItem1.AssociatedControl = labelControl;