Preserve the content of tabs during tab reorder
ItemsSource does not support CompositeCollection
Click event of a Button in the HeaderTemplate is not fired properly when another button outside the tab has IsDefault property set to true
Fire the PreviewSelectionChanged event before user-initiated selection
When navigating with tab key (without setting tabindex) first highlights the RadTabItem then its content. Setting a tabindex on a control in the tabItem`s content works the opposite way
When the RadTabControl AllowDragReorder property is set to True and the control contains multiple rows with tabs, the dragging operation cannot be properly executed and completed.
Pressing "Tab" key does not change the focus when there are several controls in a TabItem.
SelectedItem does not respect the Reset collection changed action.
In the VS2010 designer the selected tab is the last one even if the SelectedIndex proeprty of the TabControl is set to 0. The issue can be reprodiced in a scenario where the RadTabControl is defined in a RadWindow control.
Using Xaml declared tab control with identical tab item headers will result in selecting the first occurance of selected text from the drop down content. Add support for distinguishing different items in the drop down content (use DropDownDisplayMode=Visible) during selection and match to the corresponding TabItem.
ICommandSource implementation for RadTabControl. It might be implemented either as CLR and dependency properties, or as attached behavior.
Can't apply transitions when changing the visual state of the RadTabControl or its items
The CommonStates of the control aren't applied and this is why you can't add any storyboards for the normal and disabled state of the control.
Change the TabItems layout when the TabControl OverflowMode="Wrap" with TabStripPlacement="Bottom" : 1. Let's say the wrap results in 3 lines. What we would expect is line 1 and 2 to be filling the entire width and line 3 to be partially filled. What we experience is line 1 partially filled and lines 2 and 3 filling the entire width 2. When clicking on an item the lines swap around. The partially filled line can end up on top, in the middle or on the bottom. Clicking on items that cause tab rows to move up should re-flow the wrap. 3. Ideally - to look good - the logic should stretch the 'complete' rows to the entire width - i.e. it should adjust tab sizes to fill the entire width available on 'full' rows.
Using ArcGIS API for Silverlight/WPF version 2.1 in the TabControl throws exception in design-time