Especiall for wide lists it would be very helpful to be able to zoom in and out of a RadGridView, in order to see more or less columns. Also see: http://www.telerik.com/forums/scaling-of-radgridview-content
Please provide a property that will allow a message to be displayed to users when RadGridView is empty. Some users perception is that the program is not working properly when there is no data in the grid view so displaying a user-friendly message can be a useful way of preventing inquires and complaints.
If you have the following model, the columns that show the Test and Date properties (in the derived class) cannot be sorted or filtered.
Enhance aggregate functions (like Sum) in footers so they support expression columns in RadGridView. See the attached project. It works for DataColumn, but raises an exception that no suitable generic Sum method could be found when I set the Sum footer for an expression column.
See this thread for more info: http://www.telerik.com/forums/alternaterowbackground-doesn't-merged-with-rowstyle It's really common scenario, because a standard WPF DataGrid works like this.
this is not related only to grid-inside-grid scenario (HierarchyChildTemplate), but also for a flat (classic) grid control. If you have a GridView and any other control (ex TextBox), you will notice that if you move focus from GridViewCell to TextBox, both
The group panel item image of a column with custom header is blurred
The RowStyleSelector is great for dynamically styling rows, but there doesn't seem to be an easy way to dynamically apply a style to selected rows - they just take on the default style. Something like a SelectedRowStyleSelector would be a great way to dynamically style selected rows. Thanks!
The built-in export capabilities for the RadGridView are clunky and not well though out. Additionally, it doesn't fully support exporting hierarchical child data. (You can do it, but you have to go through a good bit of song and dance for something that I've seen other tool sets do automatically.)
I'd like to see the option fully baked that doesn't require code-behind (allowing an MVVM approach). And asynchronous methods that uses standard async-await conventions.