VisualStyleBuilder - does not load all states if the theme is loaded from XML files.
Apply a color setting to RadApplicationMenu and save the theme. Then unload theme, load it again and reset the control styles of RadApplicationMenu through the context menu. Save the theme, unload it and then load it again. You will notice that the style of the RadApplicationMenu is actually not reset.
If you load a layout where there are horizontal splitters, you will notice that their theme is not correct.
I'm going to lump this into one Feedback item, but perhaps it should be broken up. I took some notes while attempting (and never successfully) using the manual merge dialog in VSB. This seems really important for one main reason: many people base their themes off of your Built-In themes. When a new release of UI for WinForms comes out, with a new control like the CollapsiblePanel, it's tricky to get that added to your existing older theme (which is the scenario I'm dealing with right now). I've ordered these items in the order of importance (at least to me =] ). I think the main thing is the on-screen help and terminology used to describe the items on the screen being confusing and inconsistent, but I do believe there are some bugs and/or missing features to make it functional. - The text in the merge dialog refers to a "Destination" and a "Source" theme everywhere except on the DataGrid column which refers to "Existing" and "Loaded". If I have a theme open (let's say MyOldTheme.tssp), and then I open another theme (TelerikMetroBlue.tssp) it triggers this dialog to open. Which theme in that case, is the Source/Existing/Destination/Loaded? I think this should be clarified by making it clear which is the source and destination and sticking with that terminology, or call it something like "Item Loaded" and "Item Loading". Also, in which order should I open these two themes if my end result is to get one control or a set of repos merged into MyOldTheme.tssp from TelerikMetroBlue.tssp - Everything is detected as a conflict. Real conflict detection should exist where it only shows items that are conflicting (i.e. the item exists in both files but there's a change). You can open a file, and then open that SAME exact file and every repo item is red and considered "conflicting". - You show a comparison grid, but I can't see any way to resolve the conflicts it finds. It doesn't let me choose which value I want, the source or destination. - There's a lot of text describing how to deal with the conflicts on this screen, but after reading it I was more confused than I was before. I think this needs a lot of clarification, and should be written better. - The "Existing" and "Loaded" columns in the grid have their names cut-off, don't support column resizing, and don't have a tool tip. The only way I could see that they were called "Existing" and "Loaded" was by going to the column chooser, and removing the columns (since if they're added to the grid, they don't show up in the Col Chooser) - I think the "Existing" and "Loaded" columns should be immediately next to each other for easier visual comparison of the two. By default there seems to be a random text field thrown in between them (they can be manually re-positioned, though) - In the column chooser there's a IsSelected column I can add - does that have something to do with the merging? What does "IsSelected" represent? Choosing the item from the item already loaded, or the item I'm currently loading? It doesnn't seem to do anything, but I could be wrong.
In the repo editor, the field has the initial focus, but cannot be refocused by using the TAB key on the keyboard. In addition to that, the order for tabbing seems to be incorrect. And as a small side-note, the tab order in the Settings dialog seems good except the TAB key focuses on Cancel before the OK button. Typical dialogs will focus on OK and Cancel will be the last item. It seems unnatural to focus on Cancel before OK.
To reproduce: - Open the TelerikMetroBlue theme and select RadPanoramaElement in the Control Structure window. - Expand PanoramaBackgroundImage element in the Elements window. Please note that the issue occur only in Windows 8.
To reproduce: - Oped a predefined theme in Visual Style Builder - Change an image property of an element that already has image (set it to a random local image). The issue occurs only in Windows 8.
To reproduce: Open VSB -> Open a image repository item with -> right click on the Image property and you will see the exception
To reproduce: Navigate to an element which has image set for other than the default state or add such (e.g. RadCalendar/RadCalendarElement/NavigateForwardButton) -> select another state and right click on the Image property in the Elements window to select Save Image As. You will notice that only the default state is exported.
1. Open VisualStyleBuiler 2. Load TelerikMetroBlue theme 3. Search a certain image repository item and try to save the image. Please refer to the attached gif file.
One cannot change the RadTextBox BackColor for the ContainsFocus and the ContainsMouse states. Use the color dialog to change the color.
In VSB, if you go to the Help menu and click "View Help", and error will come up saying "The system cannot find the file specified". I tried this with VSB 2014 Q1 SP1 and VSB 2014 Q2.
FIX. Visual Style Builder - the color picker should keep the previously added Custom colors after reopening the form and continue adding to the available spots, instead overriding the existing custom colors.
In the winforms visual style builder app, under View > Settings > Design View, unchecking "snap to grid" doesn't prevent control resizing from snapping to grid. It still forces it to increment/decrement the sizes by 10 pixels based on the Grid Minor Tick settings. Workaround: set grid minor tick size to 1px.
To reproduce: Open VSB go to RadScrollablePanel -> RadScrollablePanelElement -> FillPrimitive and change its back color, you will see that the back color will not actually change. Workaround: Set the BackColor using code: panel.PanelElement.Fill.BackColor = Color.Red;
There are some specific cases where VSB tells the user that there is a property set, but at the same time actually this property is set to a null value. As a result, the user can't see the 'applied' setting netiher in the VSB preview, nor in his/her project.
Open Package Windows7.tssp - RadPageView - RadPageViewStripElement - StripViewContainer - StripViewButtonsPanel - LeftScroll. Edit Repository Item StripLeftArrow. Click inside Image property to highlight - Unhandled Exception.