To reproduce this behavior you need the following settings.
- Set the display language of your Windows to Italian.
- Use a RadOpenFileDialog.
- Set its Filter. For example, you can filter to show only Excel files.
- Change the layout type to Details.
In this case the folders in the opened direction disappears.
For example Filter is "XAML CS Files (*.xaml.cs)|*.xaml.cs" MS Win32 OpenFileDialog filter files correctly to show only xaml.cs files. RadOpenFile/SaveFileDialog does not show the xaml.cs files which is wrong.
ExplorerControl is in DropDownContent of DropDownButton. Selecting multiple files in the explorer is not possible.
<telerik:RadDropDownButton DropDownWidth="400" DropDownHeight="400" VerticalAlignment="Center" Content="Dialog Button"> <telerik:RadDropDownButton.DropDownContent> <dialogs:ExplorerControl Layout="Details"/> </telerik:RadDropDownButton.DropDownContent> </telerik:RadDropDownButton> When the DropDown is opened Exception in FileBrowserGridView.cs is thrown.
ExplorerControl or FileDialog is opened with StyleManager.ApplicationTheme = new Windows8TouchTheme(); On load exception is thrown: "Cannot find resource named 'BreadCrumbBarItemCustomStyle'. Resource names are case sensitive"
Like in MS Win 32 OpenFileDialog - thumbnails with preview or details about the selected file. Check the attached images for better clarification.
RadOpenFileDialog or RadSaveFileDialog with Filter, for example fileDialog.Filter = "Excel Worksheets|*.xlsx;*.xls|All Files|*.*"; fileDialog.FilterIndex = 1; This should filter the files in MainPane on load to xls files only (index is 1-based). However, filter is not applied on load - regression in R3 2018.
Currently, showing a dialog can take 10-20 seconds when started in DEBUG mode. And 3-5 seconds RELEASE mode. Improve the loading time. A little way to speed up is to set ExpandToCurrentDirectory to False.
Currently RadFileDialogs do not provide such tooltips when hovering files and folders. Check the attached image for clarification.
Create a property that allows to show the UNC name instead of just the drive's letter or change the implementation of the control so this can be achieved by code.
It appears that the display string is the last element of the path, but this can cause potential confusion when the paths are very different, but the last folder is identical. Take for example "C:\Users\Public\Documents" and "C:\Users\<user_name>\Documents". Each of these will be displayed as "Documents" in the final UI, even though the first is probably more recognizable as "Common Documents" or "Public Documents". The icon appears to be different for each, but that's not enough to distinguish them enough without first browsing the path.