Show a tooltip when text exceeds column width. Available in the 2017 R1 Release (2017.1.117).
As of R1 2018 RadGridView supports pinning columns both on its left and right side. The new properties that control the right-side behavior are: RightFrozenColumnCount and RightFrozenColumnsSplitterVisibility.
Currently I am using row selection for my readonly grid. There is a cell highlight that shows which cell the user has selected. I would like to disable that highlight so that the row selection looks consistent no matter where on the row the user clicks. (Copied from: http://www.telerik.com/forums/disable-selected-cell-highlight See this link for more details: http://www.telerik.com/forums/how-to-remove-focus-rectangle-from-selected-cell#9GAEx-HPN0C_qOGAsXY2PA ) This should be possible without adding 200 lines xaml code. Just expose the CellBorderBrush Property so we can easily set it to transparent
Add an ability for the user to select a full column (the SelectionUnit should be Cell and the SelectionMode should be Multiple or Extended). Consider this behavior in regard with the sorting of the column.
Provide option to enable changing the column display index when dragging group cell into the header row. Available in the 2017 R1 Release (2017.1.117).
Available in LIB version 2016.3.1128, it will be also available in the 2017 R1 Release.
Just run the attached project and scroll horizontally to the very end several times (at least two times). I tried disabling the column virtualization but this did not help. This issue will be resolved with Q2 2015. A new virtualization mechanism for ColumnGroups will be introduced with Q2 2015. A property EnableColumnGroupsVirtualization is exposed with default value True for enabled virtualization. Setting it to False will enable the old logic.
Version 2016.3.1024.45 (from nuget packages, if that matters) Adding a new row with the "Add new row" button and then clicking the row indicator results in an extra row. Demo: http://recordit.co/Nn8y2z2YpI Available in the R1 2017 SP1 Release.