Especiall for wide lists it would be very helpful to be able to zoom in and out of a RadGridView, in order to see more or less columns. Also see: http://www.telerik.com/forums/scaling-of-radgridview-content
You are able to resize columns using the columns gripper. The corresponding group will be automatically resized. We can provide a way to resize the column groups. The columns inside the group will be automatically resized with the group.
At the moment the GridViewNewRow can be placed at the top or at the bottom. Placing it between the rows will require new virtualization mechanism.
The purpose of this control is to notify the user of unread messages, missed calls, etc. The image below demonstrates possible visualization: the notification section in the upper right corner.
At this time, Telerik UI for WPF distributes libraries build for each TFM -> WPF45, NetCore and NET50.
If there was a way that UI for WPF could compile some of those libraries .NET Standard 2.0 compatible, it would allow for the developers making the transition from .NET Framework to .NET Core/.NET5 a but easier because they will be able to share the reusable Telerik code in a class library consumed by both WPF45 and WFP50 projects
I would request a new control. The RadButtonTextBox like the one in WinForms.
For fields with for example phonenumbers or emails we could then add a Button for launching the SIP oder Emailclient.
The possibilities are endless. Look at the "TextBox" in your browser window ;)
There should be an easy method to add/override the shadow of a RadWindow. Either via XAML attributes or code behind.It would probably be good to allow the override of BlurRadius, Direction, and ShadowDepth.
<telerik:RadWindow x:Class="MyRadWindow" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:telerik="http://schemas.telerik.com/2008/xaml/presentation" Header="Settings" WindowStartupLocation="CenterOwner" SizeToContent="True" ResizeMode="NoResize" MinWidth="500" MaxWidth="900" DropShadowOverride="True" DropShadowOverrideBlurRadius="10" DropShadowOverrideDirection"-90", DropShadowOverrideDepth="3" DropShadowOverrideColor="White"> <Grid> <!-- UI code --> </Grid> </telerik:RadWindow>
I would like the possibility to change the color of a line depending on the value.
I have values between -1 to 10.
If the value is -1 I would like the color (or possible the opacity) to change until it goes back to 0 or above.
Currently there isn't a way to determine if an image in the Image Editor has any changes.
There is a HistoryOnCurrentImageChanged() event which goes some way to providing the functionality, but this doesn't fire until a tool is committed.
For example, if you load an image, and select the Hue tool, and then drag the hue slider and change the image, this won't trigger the HistoryOnCurrentImageChanged() event until the user commits the tool e.g. clicks another tool or clicks off the image...
What would be perfect would be to have a HasChanges() property on the image editor that gets set to true when any aspect of the image is edited e.g. a tool slider is moved and the changes are not yet committed.
This would allow things like being able to have the the Save button disabled until the image is edited. Or being able to warn a user they are about to lose their changes if they have edited (say) the hue but have not yet committed the tool.