Currently, some of the controls from the suite are using custom cursors. They are optimized for 96 DPI only. If you set a higher DPI the custom cursors remain small compared to the window cursors. Created several sets of cursors (.cur) and apply different ones for the different DPI. This can be done for RadDiagram, RadSpreadsheet, RadRichTextBox, etc. Original Title: The mouse cursor is too small when DPI is above 100% Original Description: With the Diagrams control/Spreadsheet ,the mouse cursor is too small when DPI is above 100%,looking the attach files.
Provide pdf version of documentation for UI for WPF
One requires to create QueryableCollectionView on the UI thread. Now there's going to be a .Count() call on the IQueryable passed into the constructor, which will block the UI thread until it returns. There might be various reasons why there is delay (unable to connect to DB,slow query, using a REST queryable provider, etc). It would be nice if we could pass in the count ourselves.
Please provide something like the new RelativePanel-Control from Windows 10 UWP for WPF. See: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/windows.ui.xaml.controls.relativepanel.aspx
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When focusing a Rad Controls like RadDateTimePicker, the watermark is hidden. This behavior could be very problematic when this field is the first of a form. The user will never see the watermark because the focus will be set in this field when entering in the form. It would be nice if the watermark could just be less visible by lowering its opacity. Additionaly, if the user erases the text, it would be nice too if the watermark could be showed at the same visible state than explained above.
In Excel it's easy to rotate the contents of a cell. In the Gridview, it's possible to rotate the contents of the header, but the result is a column header that resizes weirdly, and the workaround (at least the one I was provided) is clunky. How about a simple property like <telerik:GridViewDataColumn Header="Name" HeaderRotation="-90" />
As we now have support for Webcams with RadWebcam-Control how about supporting Twain? But not the old version, instead the platform independent newer Twain-Direct. There is already C# Source Code under MIT-License available: https://github.com/twain/twain-direct. I think this could be used in Xamarin and WinForms, even ASP.NET also...
Currently when you highlight a row in the child GridView, the ParentRow becomes highlighted. It would be really nice to have an option so that the ParentRow would be selected when a row in the child GridView is selected. This should work recursively selecting the ParentRow all the way up the hierarchy.
I've written a workaround, but it isn't pretty.
Please add this functionality. :)
My case involves a three tier hierarchical GridView (each in single select mode). If I select a row in a third tier GridView, then I want its ParentRow to become selected on the second tier and the second tier's ParentRow to become selected on the first tier. Hopefully that makes sense.
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.