The SpinMode property is set to Position and the Mask is like "d" or "#". The "d" means that a digit pattern is required , "#" is for non-required digit. When the caret is on the empty placeholder and the Key.Up Arrow is pressed, non-numeric characters appear first ("! " then """ then "#" etc). The expected behavior is that only digits are looped in such mask *digit* positions.
When the ItemsSource of the RadGridView is reset, disctinct values remain checked in the Filtering Popup.
For a workaround, check the attached project.
We have a RadRibbonWindow. When it is run on Windows XP (or on Windows 7, "Windows Classic" theme) and the DPI settings are high (above 170 %), the standard window buttons (Minimize, Restore and Close) are not displayed properly (they are cut). Also there is too much space between them.
On Windows Server 2012 R2, the Search field in the ExplorerControl doesn't appear to work. This is observable using the Demo app.
When you type into the Search box, the main pane clears of all file/folder entries, but the matching results never appear.
(Note: Windows Server 2012 R2 isn't available in the OS box, so I chose 2008.)
When a text doesn't specify font explicitly with \fN tag, and default character properties (\defchp) are not specified, or are specified but without font set, the font of the text is visualized with the default font - Verdana. Instead, the default font for the document should be used - defined with \deffN tag.
We provide such properties in our Green theme and they make customizing the read only states of all controls easier. Currently the read only state looks like disabled and there is no easy way to change it.
With the current implementation is not possible.
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