When you drag ataband want todrop it nextto another tab, you drag the tab over the other tab, and have these left / rightdrop indicator. The width of this drop indicator seems tobeset in the internal method "UpdateDropIndicator" in the class "TabbedWindowTabControl". Is there any easy way to overwrite this?
What we would like todois have 3 different drop indicators, like left / middle / right. In our case the "middle" indicator would mean that the contents of 2tabs are merged.
If you start a selection from the end of a line and go back down (at least one line) and go back to the initial position and release the mouse button, then if you press any of the keyboard arrow keys you will see that the caret's new position is shifted with one line downwards. This is reproducible inside the R1 2023 QSF Examples. You can check the attached video for a demonstration.
It would be great to have a native WPF Azure AD User Authentication Login Control. We use Single Tenant Azure AD for our user accounts and as close as a native to WPF user experience would be great. Right now I'm using the ICustomeWebUI interface to build a user login experience but I really don't want to own this code going forward.
Currently, when dragging a column's header outside of RadGridView, no icon is shown to indicate that it cannot be dropped there. Whereas dragging an item outside of the bounds of a RadListBox, a cannot drop icon is shown. We could update the drag-drop logic of the column's header to include a similar behavior.
If you have two or more instances of GridViewItemsSourceProvider that you switch at runtime, their columns get cleared on the second switch. This happens because when the ItemsSourceProvider of RadMultiColumnComboBox changes, the columns of the old GridViewItemsSourceProvider get cleared. So, you cannot use the old provider anymore, unless you add the columns again manually.
To resolve this, use a new instance of GridViewItemsSourceProvider, each time you change the ItemsSourceProvider property.