Add ability to combine the Aero RadRibbonWindow with the RadRibbonView's tabstrip like in MS Office 2010.
Allow extending the Window glass frame into the RadRibbonWindow content
Allow the RadRibbonView to ignore the windows menu location settings for the MinimizedPopup
Allow the users to use special symbols Alt+123(not activating the KeyTips) and displaying the special symbol instead.
Users should be allowed to understand when KeyTips are opened (respectively closed).
would be very helpful especially for users who are new to Telerik and/or WPF
Add thin border in the RadRibbonWindow between the Tittle and RibbonView. We want the look of the window to be identical to how a non-implicit RadRibbonWindow would look (i.e., without the Themes directory with the style XAML files). Alternatively, if the title bar is taller and the borders are as thick as a normal window (e.g. Notepad), that is acceptable too.
Currently, the minimized content of the ribbon opens up in a Popup element which leads to issues when positioned between two (or more) monitors. Introduce a feature that allows the content to opens in an Adorner element.
The RadGallery item has a property SelectionMode, inherited from ItemsControlSelector. But it is not implemented. I would like to use the Gallery to select multiple options instead of only one: *the gallery shall keep open on select one item *the items shall toggle selection on item click
Currently, you can navigate through the elements of the ribbon only via the keytips or the arrow keys. Add support for the Tab key as well.
In other words when you enter the keyboard navigation mode, the Tab key should work along with the arrow keys. See Word's ribbon for a reference.
The attached project demonstrates a possible approach for handling this - by editing RadRibbonWindow's control template and specifying a converter for the PART_Icon Image's Width and Height bindings. The converter in turn takes into account the DPI of the current monitor.
Implement AutoHide functionality in the RadRibbonWindow like the Office 2013 has.
In Office 2013, the user can click and press on a SplitButton or DropDownButton, which opens the drop-down without releasing the mouse. The user can move/drag the mouse down to a menu item, then release the mouse to execute the menu item. This is similar to the way menus work. Please provide this functionality in the RadRibbonSplitButton and RadRibbonDropDownButton.
Implement keyboard navigation for the items in the ApplicationMenu - through arrow keys for example.
Improve the performance of the keytips functionality.