I'd like to put in my request to have a control that would allow to magnify a part of the image as mouse goes over. Here is link to see a running sample: http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts/part_details.asp?PartKeyField=11439 As you move your mouse over, another window opens up to show a magnified version.
Currently the palette of a theme can only be set for the entire application. Setting the palette per control instance should also be possible.
There is an open source library (http://bitmiracle.com/libtiff) that can be used to convert the TIFF images to different formats and then visualize the resultant file with an appropriate control (e.g. convert the TIFF to PDF document and import it in RadPdfViewer).
Similar to File Explorer in Windows 10, it would be helpful to have a Quick Access section in the left navigation pane with the ability to pin frequently used items.
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...
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.
Create NuGet symbol packages - containing the .pdb files - corresponding to the primary NuGet packages. The process is described here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/nuget/create-packages/symbol-packages . This will facilitate the debugging of problems in the controls code.
Enable the customers to create and modify .pptx (PowerPoint) files . They need processing as well as showing such documents.