RadTrackBarElement - has incorrect behavior when AutoSize property is false. If you set value to be equals to Maximum the thumb will be go out of the TrackBar's rectangle. Workaround: Turn off auto size and manually set the desired size of the element. For example: this.radTrackBarElement1.AutoSize = false; this.radTrackBarElement1.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(100,20);
To Reproduce: Me.RadTrackBar1.Value = 5
When clicking on the progress bar element the Click event is not fired.
Start dragging the thumb with the mouse and note that the thumb at first moves into the opposite direction. After a few pixels the thumb starts moving in the correct direction, however, this makes the thumb appear not under the mouse, but some pixels away.
It will be nice to allow the user set a custom value for mouse click events.
IMPROVE. RadTrackBar should allow setting text to both the control and the scales (1,2,3...)
If you set the Office2010Silver theme to RadProgressBar and set the BackColors of the UpperIndicator through the Edit UI Elements dialog, you will notice that your colors are not shown and you still get the colors defined by the theme. It seems that this behavior is determined by the DrawFill property of the UpperIndicator which is false. This is interesting, because if DrawFill is false, the UpperIndicator should not be visible at all. This behavior is due to the fact that in Office2010 themes the UpperIndicator fill is ImageShape and not a gradient fill.
When initially loaded, RadTrackBar's thumb is not aligned properly.
When the size of RadTrackBar is set to less than 90 pixels (69 in this case) the last tree thumbs steps remain hidden (invisible). To reproduce: Set the track bar value to 10 and increment by one every lets see button click. When the values reaches 8, the thumb is already out of the bounds of the track bar.
The thumb is not updating when the value is changed in design time.