Add functionality which will allow the end users to edit the aggregated data. The new values should be passed back to the business logic of the application which will decide how to divide the new value across underlying records.
MinValue/MaxValue are ignored when the value is null. When the popup is initially shown any time can be selected.
1. Add a RadChat to the form and assign a default author to it:
Me.RadChat1.Author = New Author(My.Resources.AnneDodsworth, "Nancy")
2. Add multiple messages to get a vertical scrollbar and try to scroll fast up and down. Please refer to the attached gif file illustrating the steps.
I am using the WebCam Control in WinForms (latest Version) and placed it on an empty form. Then I tested this "program" on a Test device (CAT T20 Win10 Tablet). The preview picture in the control does not match the orientation of the device. (depending on which side of the device is at top the visible picture is rotated 90/180 degrees).
For testing purposes I installed the WinForms Example application on the same tablet device with the same results.
How to sync the captured picture to the orientation of the device? In the WPF documentation of the WebCamControl I found a Videoflip method, which is not available in WinForms.
To reproduce: please refer to the attached sample project and gif file. The purpose is to select the last added page. However, the multi-line tabs are not ordered correctly at all compared to the TabControl.
It would be great if there were a right-click menu option for custom Rad controls to "apply the theme to all sub-controls", similar to how Forms work.
I've attached images to illustrate the functionality.
Right now it only works for forms, and my custom controls have to be manually adjusted one at a time, by hand, which is time consuming and error prone.
It would save a lot of time and reduce the chance of missing a control when applying themes locally.
Right now the only way to apply themes is either globally or individually by hand, or with a find-replace-in-files command on the ThemeName property.
Use the attached pdf document and launch the PdfPrintPreviewDialog. As it is demonstrated in the gif file, the preview dialog moves the pages slower than the pdf viewer itself.
Expected behavior: the performance for navigating the pages should be at least identical.
This tutorial was strictly followed: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/winforms/knowledge-base/toast-notification-in-net-core
The component itself seems to work fine with DPI scaling except for the search/find functionality. When you search for some text and click to go to the first instance it finds, the actual text is off-screen, though it is highlighted correctly (when you scroll down you can see it highlighted).
This is easy to replicate by changing the Windows display scale to anything other than 100%.