I want to be able to specify the font family, size, etc. from XAML, not from code. Exactly the same as described here: https://www.telerik.com/forums/implicit-styles-custom-font-and-font-size (background: We are developing a UI Framework + resource dictionary for use in different applications. If each app will have to modify font sizes from code, inconsistencies are surely happen)
Currently filtering with virtualized RadComboBox is not supported as the filtering feature works with the containers (changes their Visibility).
In the current version of the WPF SDK Sample Browser Application it is really hard to track what's new and what control was updated. Even the version of Sample Browser by itself (2018.3) is not visible. Maybe you remember the former Sivlerlight Online Demos (I'm not sure if it is still around but I cannot run it anymore because it needs IE11)? There was always an updated or new badge on the controls. So it was obvious what was new and updated. I think this should be possible in WPF also. When hovering with the mouse over the control panels there shoud be more information shown like date of the last update of the sample. When clicking on a control on viewing the samples of the control, I can only open the folder, open in VS or run it. Sometimes it makes sense to open directly the sample on github to quickly check the version history.
Current SDK Sample code supports only WPF 40.
Adding support for wpf45 will make more convenient way to work with Samples.
Sample dode can include new wpf 45 features
When using OpenStreetMaps with APIKey (required for Cycle and Transport variations)
the key is not automatically passed to the builtin minimap and it shows 'Api Key Required' in some tiles.
InvalidProjectFileException is thrown when ApiAnalyzer cannot find the file Microsoft.VisualStudio.ServiceModel.targets referenced from a WPF project.
When developing live (localization/resource) display language switching for SL5, the LocalizationManager should allow to update all localization strings applied through the ResourceManager. In SL5 it's not possible to listen to an attached dependency property for all dependency objects. Therefore it would help to have a way to know when the attached ResourceKey dependency property changes (and on which DependencyObject) in the LocalizationManager.