Last Updated: 18 Feb 2019 09:28 by ADMIN
Created by: Marco
Comments: 1
Category: Docking
Type: Feature Request

Having Problems with unreadable Tabs in RadPaneGroup: TabsSqueeze.png

I think I found a Solution with OverflowMode and ScrollViewer:

<telerik:RadPaneGroup x:Name="DocumentGroup" ScrollViewer.HorizontalScrollBarVisibility="Auto" OverflowMode="Scroll">


After Loading Layout the OverflowMode is not respected anymore.

I found this ticket in Silverlight, what discribes the Problem and is approved: Docking: I would like OverflowMode to work for all RadPaneGroup in xaml/codebehind and this be persisted through SaveLayout/LoadLayout

And i found this documentation, which say, using OverflowMode can lead to unexpected behaviors:

so i report this as a feature instead of a bug.

Please sea atteched an example project:
Usage: Save and than Load the Layout -> Scrolling of tabs break

Last Updated: 11 Feb 2019 13:04 by ADMIN
Created by: Tristan
Comments: 1
Category: ComboBox
Type: Bug Report

It looks like the `Fluent` themes may not properly theme the Non-Editable RadComboBox control.


Within the default style for RadComboBox within Telerik.Windows.Controls.Input.xaml, there exists a RadToggleButton with the name "PART_DropDownButton" which is part of the main control template. This toggle button uses the style "NonEditableComboToggleButtonStyle", which then sets the toggle button template to the "NonEditableComboToggleButtonControlTemplate" control template.


This control template has a Border named "ToggleButtonBackground" where to background is set to a template binding. However, the NonEditableComboToggleButtonStyle does not set background, and it therefore leads to a control that looks like the attached image.


This can be fixed by overriding the RadComboBox style, but it isn't simple to set the background on the ToggleButton, so you need to create custom templates and style to do it.