The unconfirmed inputs of filter row editors are being destroyed together with the editor itself in column-visualized GridViews. There's an easy solution for it (store what was in there and restore upon recreation) and we're waiting for an official fix for this "expected behaviour" since three+ years.
Currently, RadGridView's data engine relies on TypeDescriptor.GetProperties, when resolving the set of properties accessible through a certain type. Apparently, this API hides the properteis from the interface, as they are not accessible throught the concrete type.
Similar to the one in RadPivotGrid: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radpivotgrid/features/localdatasourceprovider/serialization And here is an online demo: https://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#PivotGrid/Serialization
Currently, you can use only the predefined one - IsEqual, IsNotEqual, etc. Add an option to create operators that execute custom filtering action. Also, add support for modifying the default operators.
Same as the one available in Excel. Please check the attached screenshot.
Currently VQCV caches all the items once they are loaded. In this way the data virtaulization functions only through the first bottom-most item scrolling. The idea behind this item is to make this behavior optional by introducing an alternative mode.
By default, the RadGridView will expand its rows to fit whatever the size of the text content. If you have a large amount of text with newlines, it essentially renders the grid unusable in this state. The thread http://www.telerik.com/forums/limit-row-height suggests two workaround: 1) using a converter to remove newlines- this is a bad solution because it means the binding on the column must be one-way. 2) Applying styling to the grid's textblock- also not great because its non-obvious and requires a lot of boilerplate. My suggestion is two properties on the RadGridView: MaxRowHeight and MultilineRowContentBehavior. This second property would determine what happens when a row has multiline content and would take an enumeration: SizeHeightToContent- the current behavior. SingleLineExpandOnEdit- when displaying, shows only a single line of the multiline content. When editing, expands the TextBox to fit the content. SingleLine- displays and edits the content in a single line.
Currently, if the value set to the RowHeight of RadGridView is lower than the Height of the highest cell(or the Height of a Hierarchy defined), it will not be respected. Provide an option the RowHeight to have greater weight than the height of the cell.
Add a property to control GridView ControlPanelItem visibility.