It would be awesome if the user would be able to create folders for visual organization in tree views, tree list views and list views. These folders should not be actual items in the tree, but rather be a visual simplification for complex lists and trees.
Folder specific features:
View specific features
With this feature the user would find it easier to organize sometimes complex trees and lists into manageable folder structures, as the layout would be created by the user himself. The folders also make collective operations on items in them easier to handle, as the user can move or delete the folder with its content and does not need to select long lists of items for every operation. This would increase the usability of the trees and lists.
I would like to hide the mouse over background to TreeListViewRow, and now the solution that I know is to edit the template my self.
Is it possible to add custom value for MouseOverBackground, SelectedBackground like GridViewRowStyle?
Thanks in advance for you feedback.
We want to integrate a web browser in a flyout pane in WPF to display html 5 pages. Moreover, we want to display some html contents in tooltips too.
The provided WebBrowser by WPF framework does not work well.
Consequently, the idea is to have a "htmlplaceholder" (as you provide in silverlight) which supports HTML 5 and could be based on chromium engine.
Thanks & regards,
As we now have support for Webcams with RadWebcam-Control how about supporting Twain? But not the old version, instead the platform independent newer Twain-Direct. There is already C# Source Code under MIT-License available: https://github.com/twain/twain-direct. I think this could be used in Xamarin and WinForms, even ASP.NET also...
In the Crystal theme the ScrollBars are narrow and expand their size when the mouse is over. Introduce property that sets the default appearance of ScrollViewer's ScrollBars, similar to the ScrollBarMode property for the Fluent theme, which has the following options for the ScrollBar size:
The application can be ported to .NET Core, uploaded to the Windows store and potentially have its source code distributed.
Enable RadBitmap creation with different than the 96 DPI.
The control should be customizable so you can place also a content different than an image as in the WPF native splash screen support (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/wpf/app-development/how-to-add-a-splash-screen-to-a-wpf-application).