To recreate the problem:
1. Create a new Telerik Winforms .Net Project
2. Add a radButton
3. Change the font property in the designer to a different size
Workaround: change the font for the TextPrimitive:
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();
One should be able to move the selected cell and scroll with the arrow keys. The attached project features a solution for moving the currently selected cell using the arrow keys.
At the moment, RadCalculatorDropDown allows displaying a calculator only in a popup editor. The new control should allow placing a calculator on a form or a user control.
Please refer to the below gif file. You will notice that the drop row line is shown only when dropping in the same grip but not when dropping on another grid:
Workaround: use the project in the following forum post: https://www.telerik.com/forums/preview-drop---drag-drop-between-gridview#5477699
Use cases: 1. You have a MainDocumentContainer with Document windows in it, placed in one under the other. Setting the DockState of the bottom DocumentWindow to Hidden, and restoring it afterwards, should place the DocumentWindow at the same place, instead of merging it with the above one 2. Same layout as above, when the layout is saved and then restored, the DocumentWindow positions should be exactly as they were
Currently, RadPictureBox supports the gif format, but the animated gifs are not animated like the standard MS PictureBox.
Workaround: use a RadLabel to show the animated gif:
this.radLabel1.LabelElement.Image = Properties.Resources.giphy;
Eery time I use the GridView, I have to remember to un-select the last item in the list.
This is almost always to wrong thing to be selected - so why select it by default?
..and the way to swith this 'feaure' off isn't obvious - I always have to look it up....RadGridView1.CurrentRow = Nothing