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?
Currently the sgen tool raises an exception when executing it on RadControls and RadControls.UI. There is also an XmlSerialization exception when loading the application.
One should be able to export to a stream instead to a file as well.
When the current SpanLayoutBox is split (for example by inserting space), the DocumentPosition created with trackDocumentChangeEvents option (with some of the constructor accepting the boolean 'trackDocumentChangeEvents' parameter) jumps back with two symbols.
Implement functionality to rotate the text in a cell.
Until released the text can be cleared this way:GridSearchCellElement searchCell = this.radGridView1.TableElement.FindDescendant<GridSearchCellElement>();
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)
Your website is horrible.
I spent an entire afternoon looking for information about how to add and retrieve data to/from a dropdown list control that should be intuitively available in close proximity to it's "Overview" page (after a lot of stumbling around I found where the "add" part was but the "retrieve" part was not found. I finally gave up and pinged Support. Another day is lost.).
And this isn't the first time I spent several hours searching for fundamental class information such as that which would be locatable in a traversable complete class hierarchy. I couldn't even find signatures to constructors for basic components such as RadProperty.
I hate to say it but your website is approaching the near-uselessness that plagues MSDN.
The difference is that I'm paying a truckload of money for the Telerik library. I dread using new controls for your product because I know what an exercise in rage it's going to be figuring out how it works. You laugh, I know. I understand. But it's the truth. I need to wear a mouth guard or pop some Xanax every time I come here. BTW, can I get a refund?
If not, please rewrite your website with your clientele in mind. Assume they know nothing that you know about your product.
My suggested solution is to use a visual model such as is demonstrated at: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/winforms/telerik-presentation-framework/class-hierarchy/class-hierarchy-overview.html.
You could even start out with a scrolling 400 square-foot wall chart. I wouldn't care if it took a half-hour to download. I'd still be saving time.
And that's both my feedback and feature request that'll wind up in the digital dumpster.
I have a custom Fluent theme as a package, it would be nice if there was a way to load packages (Embedded Resource or files) with the RadThemeManager.
Rather than typing this: Telerik.WinControls.ThemeResolutionService.LoadPackageResource("GUI.Themes.Fluent_Custom.tssp");
Right now the RadThemeManager only supports XML files. Feeding it a tssp file doesn't work.
For it to show up in design-time I have to assign it all of the unpackaged XML files and then delete the RadThemeManager for the theme to show up, otherwise the load time is like 7 seconds, where as embedded packages load super fast.
The fluent theme has a lot of XML files and this is a huge pain, supporting 1 Embedded Resource tssp package would be nice.
Would also be nice if the RadThemeManager could apply/change a theme globally somewhere in the SmartTag menu or RadThemeManager properties.
Instead of having to type this: ThemeResolutionService.ApplicationThemeName = "Fluent_Custom";