Arg_COMException in some cases when used with RoutedUICommand
SplitButton throws a design time exception with implicit styles if you've included Diagrams.Extensions.xaml
Update the Buttons AutomationPeer to use the AutomationProperties attached properties. As a workaround you can create a custom button control deriving from RadButton. That would allow you to create a custom AutomationPeer class that can return the AutmationProperties.Name value to a narrator application
An updated button that appears and acts like a hyperlink but is really a button with no borders but respects the enabled / disabled and all the visual states. * link should be disabled / grayed out if not enabled or if command guard is not enabled * could manage the 'visited' as a pressed (not interested in that for me, I just like the simple visual). * the samples/demos homeview provides a nice example where the long text is highlighted and presents the hand icon. The re-styling is however 6 pages long and cumbersome to copy as it references other parts of the sample project (I tried)
* 3 Image properties (normal, hover, disabled) * showBorder/flat true/false (Essentially making only the image appear as a button) * if the 3 images are not set then the visual state manager should modify the image to appear disabled or hover with a highlight / mask overlay (or whatever the proper term is).
Close the DropDown popup when clicking on the DropDownContent in DropDownButton. Available in R3 2016 Official Release.
When a RadMenu/RadContextMenu is used as DropDownContent of a SplitButton/DropDownButton, the DropDownContent cannot be closed after sub menu items are displayed
Make the image inside the buttons to be aware of the FlowDirection.
A button with state that looks like a switch. We have created a SDK sample demonstrates how to style a RadToggleButton to look like a Toggle-Switch button. You can find the example in out SDK repository(https://github.com/telerik/xaml-sdk/tree/master/Buttons/ToggleSwitchButton)