It would help to use RadWindow like System.Window with: - WindowInteropHelper for correct modal behavior - Set window in task bar, also set taskbar icon/title - Use RadWindow as MainWindow in Application (set Application.MainWindow property with RadWindow
Make it possible to add "No" button to the predefined RadWindow.Confirm dialog without the need of custom Template.
When a modal RadWindow is opened clicking out side of the Window (the overlay) should make a the Window blink and a sound should be played.
RadWindow.Confirm default button is OK, in order to change that presently we have to extract and modify styles, set FocusManager.FocusedElement binding to Cancel and set the ContentStyle property in code. It would be much more user friendly if this could be controlled by a simple property.
rendering problem is when minimized only
Available in the 2016 Q1 SP1 Release.
Make it possible to be able to drag the Window not only from its Header. In some cases it is useful to be able to drag the RadWindow from within its content.
When the attached TextOptions.TextFormattingMode="Display" property is set to the RadWindow the window stops auto resizing its size according to the size of its content.
As a user of the RadWindow control I want to be able to close it only by setting the DialogResult property without calling the Close method so that I can use it easily in MVVM scenarious.
Maximizing RadWindow from the header button shows a window with the size of the content if SizeToContent = true. If you maximize with double click on header it is ok.
As a workaround you can set: window.CaptionHeight= 0;
It can be reproduced with the Show method of the window or with Dock, ToolWindows and the save - load functionality.
PreviewClosed event is called twice when using custom close button in DialogWindow
As a developer I want to be able to open a modal window that doesn't block the thread so that calling thread stays active while the modal dialog is open (like in Silverlight and XBAP). Create a blog post demonstrating how to use the Show method to simulate this behavior.
If a ContentControl is placed inside the control and the ResizeMode is set to NoResize the SizeToContent doesn't take effect. As a workaround all you need to do is set the ResizeMode to NoResize in the Loaded event of the ContentControl.
Currently the template of the dialogs should be customized: http://www.telerik.com/community/code-library/wpf/window/how-to-modify-the-alert-dialog-icon.aspx Available in the 2016 Q1 Release: Added an IconTemplate property that provides an easier way to change the predefined dialogs' exclamation/question mark images.