Scroll button is changing size when grouping is applied (WPF only).
When drag and drop and reorder are allowed dropping an item after the last item in the control requires the drop to be exactly after the last item and there is very little space between the item and the outer border of the ListBox
When RadListBox is in a ScrollViewer and its own ScrollViewer is removed, it uses the external ScrollViewer for calculating DropVisualPlaceHolder position.
For example if there are the following items: "Item", "Item 2", "Item 3" when the RadListBox has the focus typing "Item 2" does not highlight the corresponding item in the ListBiox control. Available in LIB version 2016.2.525, it will be also available in the 2016 R2 SP1 release.
Available in LIB version 2016.2.525, it will be also available in the 2016 R2 SP1 release.
The "auto scroll into the view on selection" functionality does not to work as expected if the ItemsPanel is changed and a selection was previously done.
Available in LIB version 2016.1.321, it will be also available in the 2016 Q2 Release.
Can be reproduced when RadListBox is placed inside a Grid, a StackPanel with horizontal orientation or a WrapPanel. Available in LIB version 2016.1.125, it will be also available in the 2016 Q1 SP1.
Select item, populate the control with new items and do multiple selection with shift key. The selected items are with one more.
The exception is caused when running the project in debug mode.
Use case that hits the described issue: When binding another control to a shared SelectedItem property from a ViewModel causes the Item to not be updated correctly to the ListBox and the anther control.
If a dragged item is not over an existing item of the ListBox control the drop cue is not displayed. By default it should be rendered after the last item in the ListBox control. Available in the 2014 Q2 Release.
Available in the 2016 Q1 Release.
Available in LIB version 2015.3.1019, it will be also available in the 2015 Q3 SP1. Fix provided by the new IsScrollIntoViewEnabled property.