I would like to hide the mouse over background to TreeListViewRow, and now the solution that I know is to edit the template my self.
Is it possible to add custom value for MouseOverBackground, SelectedBackground like GridViewRowStyle?
Thanks in advance for you feedback.
Need this for an application with lots of tabs wich would not fit in the top or bottom template.
Maybe it works with a customizable TabStripTemplate where i can implement e.g. a GridView or something
Like this with a scrollbar (used TabControl PRISM example for this)
This is the most logged exception in my application and it looks like it's coming from RadToolBar: Specified element is already the logical child of another element. Disconnect it first.
The exception is thrown during "Put" operator execution.
The GroupRenderMode of the RadGridVIew is set to Flat. The control is populated with items that implement the IList interface. The Count property of the custom objects needs to return value bigger than 1. So when the Delete button is pressed, the rows beneath the deleted one will also be deleted. Their number depends on the Count property of the custom object.
SelectedItems collection not updated when items are removed
At the moment the print settings set to the WorksheetPageSetup class are not passed to the Print dialog which leads to bad user experience. If you set the print settings of the RadSpreadsheet like so: WorksheetPageSetup pageSetup = this.radSpreadsheet.Workbook.ActiveWorksheet.WorksheetPageSetup; pageSetup.PageOrientation = PageOrientation.Landscape; and then select Print, the Spreadsheet print menu will show the print preview as landscape. However, when after that you click on Print for the default print dialog to appear and then click Preferences, you will notice that the preference is set to Portrait. The print job will be Landscape, but the incorrect information in the default dialog creates confusion. This is an example of how to set the preference of the default dialog: PrintDialog printDialog = new PrintDialog(); var printTicket = printDialog.PrintTicket; printTicket.PageOrientation = System.Printing.PageOrientation.Landscape;
I would like to hide the pane toggle button. Consequently I set the PaneToggleButtonVisibility to "Collapsed" but I get the same render as I set "Hidden".
That would be nice if this space no longer exists when we set the property to collapsed.The code sample I used:
<telerik:RadNavigationView x:Name="navigationView" PaneToggleButtonVisibility="Collapsed"> <telerik:RadNavigationView.Items> <telerik:RadNavigationViewItem Content="Foo"> <telerik:RadNavigationViewItem.Icon> <telerik:RadGlyph Glyph="" FontSize="20" /> </telerik:RadNavigationViewItem.Icon> </telerik:RadNavigationViewItem> </telerik:RadNavigationView.Items> </telerik:RadNavigationView>
Currently when we start the application, no item is selected. Once we select one it appears as selected and we show a related pane. This is the nominal behavior of the component.
But we want to deselect it when we are clicking again on it (like in Visual Studio Code). So ideally we want a NavigationItemBehavior property with a value "Normal" and a value "Toggle".
Implement keyboard navigation for the items in the ApplicationMenu - through arrow keys for example.