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.
The application can be ported to .NET Core, uploaded to the Windows store and potentially have its source code distributed.
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.
at the moment we are using third parts libraries to show RTSP/MPEG video flow in our app.
After the new RadWebCam control release, we hoped it was possibile to specify another video flow for example from IP camera.
May I suggest to implement the possibility to specify a different stream source in the RadWebCam?
Or maybe to implement a new control called "RadPlayer" that is similar to RadWebCam but permits to set a custom stream?
Because snapshot/video recording feature of RadWebCam are very interesting also for a RTSP flow.
Current SDK Sample code supports only WPF 40.
Adding support for wpf45 will make more convenient way to work with Samples.
Sample dode can include new wpf 45 features
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...
Currently when you highlight a row in the child GridView, the ParentRow becomes highlighted. It would be really nice to have an option so that the ParentRow would be selected when a row in the child GridView is selected. This should work recursively selecting the ParentRow all the way up the hierarchy.
I've written a workaround, but it isn't pretty.
Please add this functionality. :)
My case involves a three tier hierarchical GridView (each in single select mode). If I select a row in a third tier GridView, then I want its ParentRow to become selected on the second tier and the second tier's ParentRow to become selected on the first tier. Hopefully that makes sense.