This happens in particular scenario after saving/loading the layout.
After starting the application, there are 2+ RadPane instances Each RadPane contains multiple TextBox controls Click on a TextBox in first RadPane Switch to the next RadPane go back to the first RadPane The desired behavior is that the focus is restored to the focused element in step 3. Currently no element is focused. The same scenario in RadTabControl is a bit different and the TabControl focused the first element in its TabItem content.
With three split containers in one other and no document host resizing between the first and second containers causes the first and third containers to resize, instead of the first and second containers.
Return undocked pane to its previous docked state when double click on its Header.
1. Create an app using RadDocking. The 'First Look' demo of RadDock can be modified to reproduce the problem. 2. Modify one of the panes, replace the TextBlock control with a TextBox control. Bind the text of the TextBox control to a string property. 3. Add the string property to the .cs file and in the setter, Show a MessageBox. 4. Run app. Select tab with Textbox control and modify the value. 5. Now select the other tab. the messagebox will be displayed. Notice it can be dismissed via keyboard but not via mouse click. It cannot be moved via mouse either. 6. Select a window outside of the application and not select the message box. Notice Mouse input now works. MessageBox can be moved and dismissed via mouse.
Make it possible to float unpinned Pane by dragging them from the AutoHideArea.
If the IsContentPreserved of a PaneGroup is SET to true and a RadTabControl is placed inside a Pane the focus is moved through its content.
The RestrictedAreaMargin should be used as a starting point for the position when a ToolWindow is being maximized.
Resizing a RadPane's splitter while its Header's or Content's ContextMenu is opened leads to incorrect resize
Pinning a pane instance will cause that instance's tab to go to the first place of the group in which it is in the DocumetnHost of the control. This behavior could be observed in MS Visual Studio 2013
The default behavior is to set the pane as active one when is shown. Allow changing this behavior.
The compass is out of place when specific height is set to the dock and the window is made smaller than the docking height
As a developer using the RadDocking control, I want to be able to make the Popups of the AutoHideAreas non-transparent without overriding the whole theme.
Make it possible to float, maximize and restore the Pane to its previously docked position. As a user I want to be able to maximize docked Panes when I double click their Headers and restore them to their docked state when I double click the Header of the floating Pane so that it is easier for me to maximize a Pane with less mouse interaction.
Make it possible to be able to set separate header and content ToolTip of a RadPane
What you have two separate RadDocking controls it should be possible to drag a Pane from the first control into the other one.