The grips on the scrollbar's thumb is blurred on 120dpi as well as some of the borders. As it turns out, we hit a WPF specific problem with 120 DPI. The issue is similar to the following: http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/798513/wpf-dpi-rendering-issues-with-two-borders For the time being this issue is not addressed and most probably would not be fixed.
gridviewdatacolumn distinct filter does not respect culture when displaying dates. All the other display do display the correct format
Using Telerik GridView. If a cell is wrapped multi-lines (the more lines the easier to reproduce), and the grid has both vertical and horizontal scrollbars. 1) Fill one of the cells with a bunch of text in which will cause multi-line text wrapping of within that column. 2) Set focus to a different grid row 3) scroll the vertical scrollbar all the way to the bottom 4) scroll the horizontal scrollbar far enough away to lose visual of the Column 5) scroll the horizontal bar back to the right Result: the vertical scrollbar will jump. Expected: The scrollbars should not jump like this as it does not happen when the cell does not contain word-wrapped text.
ValidationErrorHandler does not get invoked when validating in view mode and System.ComponentModel.INotifyDataErrorInfo interface is implemented.
RadGridView's FooterRow is still part of the visual tree, even though its Visibility is set Collapsed.
1. Define a custom AggregateFunction for a column 2. Group on a column 3. A calculation on the AggregateFunction is invoked 3. The Grouping.Key (of the input parameter) corresponds to the correct key 4. Edit a value on the column (having the AggregateFunction) 5. A calculation is invoked, but the Grouping.Key is "1" and not the correct key.
Columns with * width are not measured correctly when GridView is placed in ScrollViewer and its width is changed.