Allow showing the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) items in the customization drop down menu (the quick access menu). This is the menu that shows the "Minimize the Ribbon" and the "Show below the Ribbon" options.
The new feature should allow to display all items from the QAT in the drop down. Clicking an item from the drop down should show or hide it in the QAT.
The attached project shows one way to get this behavior with custom code.
The attached project demonstrates a possible approach for handling this - by editing RadRibbonWindow's control template and specifying a converter for the PART_Icon Image's Width and Height bindings. The converter in turn takes into account the DPI of the current monitor.
Currently, the RadRibbonTab GetChildrenCore method creates automation peers only for the elements in its Items collection. There is no peer created for the element in the Header. Add support for this.
This missing peer, leads to that the TextBlock in the Header of the ribbon tabs is not highlighted when using a UI inspecting tool (like Snoop and its Automation option or UISpy.exe).
would be very helpful especially for users who are new to Telerik and/or WPF
Currently, the minimized content of the ribbon opens up in a Popup element which leads to issues when positioned between two (or more) monitors. Introduce a feature that allows the content to opens in an Adorner element.
Add thin border in the RadRibbonWindow between the Tittle and RibbonView. We want the look of the window to be identical to how a non-implicit RadRibbonWindow would look (i.e., without the Themes directory with the style XAML files). Alternatively, if the title bar is taller and the borders are as thick as a normal window (e.g. Notepad), that is acceptable too.
Implement keyboard navigation for the items in the ApplicationMenu - through arrow keys for example.
Please support the new Office Simplified Ribbon: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/use-the-simplified-ribbon-44bef9c3-295d-4092-b7f0-f471fa629a98?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US.
Currently, you can navigate through the elements of the ribbon only via the keytips or the arrow keys. Add support for the Tab key as well.
In other words when you enter the keyboard navigation mode, the Tab key should work along with the arrow keys. See Word's ribbon for a reference.