Currently the palette of a theme can only be set for the entire application. Setting the palette per control instance should also be possible.
China has the largest population and we have a lot of Chinese customers. Increasing support for Chinese localization, IME and bug fixes should be a high priority.
Unfortunately, there are still no support plans for many features. In the Chinese environment, there are still many bugs.
Hope can be taken seriously！
There is too much unplanned feedback, not just in Chinese, but also in Japanese and Korean. These should be viewed as a single issue and considered a serious one.
That's more than enough votes. The following should be combined。
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.
Can we have the ability to hide the cell selector rectangle in the RadSpreadsheet? If we had this, along with the current existing functionality we would have spreadsheet capabilities inside what looks like an 'empty' page. It would be good for reporting purposes where the developer can make full use of the spreadsheet's functions but completely hide the 'spreadsheet look-and-feel' from the user.
our company is slowly rolling out high-DPI laptops to our users. On such devices, Windows automatically enables DPI scaling, using a value of 125% or 150%, depending on the screen's resolution. In combination with an external (unscaled) monitor, this causes our application, to appear blurry on the scaled screen.
Windows has built-in functionality to reduce the blurring, however, this only works on the main screen. If you connect a secondary screen and set that as your main screen, the application will always appear blurry on the laptop screen.
My understanding of the topic is that WPF is DPI aware - but on the system level. So it does not cope well with monitors that have different DPI settings. However, I found a tutorial on Microsoft Docs (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/win32/hidpi/declaring-managed-apps-dpi-aware?redirectedfrom=MSDN), hinting that it is possible to make WPF windows per-monitor DPI aware. Unfortunately, this workaround requires you to inherit your window class from their utility class.
Since all of our windows already inherit from RadWindow, I have no chance to include this without copying either their base class or RadWindow. Having RadWindow support per-monitor DPI awareness would be a great feature to have. Or is there already a way to support this?
Hofmann Fördertechnik GmbH
PS: Why does the first feature form in the feature request workflow (the one, where it first searches for similar requests) not let me select the control/area I am searching for like the one for private tickets? I almost submitted this request for the Area "All (Multiple Controls)" because of that.
As far as I know, there are no way to set the color of the title bar. As far as I know there are no properties "color" of the title bar.
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.
When we add a new child element to the RadDiagram(see attach file), the diagram automatically optimizes their layout. After the chart is updated, the new element and its parent are automatically moved to the left side. How to make them stay in their places?
Dennis Callahan from Telerik submitting this on behalf of Don -
If your team could create a theme for UI for WPF that mimicked the look of a UWP application and responded to the Windows 10 Light and Dark setting that would be excellent. I have not found such a theme in any of the products I have looked at so if Telerik could do it I think it might be the first.
Add a property to force only allowing uppercase values, without needing to specify a number of characters or have the underline in the control.
This is achievable in code, but it seems unnecessary to go to such lengths for each instance where it is needed.
private void bankCode_ValueChanging(object sender, Telerik.Windows.Controls.MaskedInput.RadMaskedInputValueChangingEventArgs e)
I'm trying to draw a polygon on my RadMap using the MapPolygonView control. I can only see the polygon after I finished drawing it, but while I'm drawing - I can't see the lines.
Please add the capability for the RadMap to visualize the animation of shape's lines as it is being drawn.
Allow the user to manually set the position of the OutlookBarItem : ActiveArea, MinimizedArea or OverflowArea
The standard fonts listed at http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radpdfprocessing/concepts/fonts#standard-fonts cannot be embedded in a document. Using one of them prevents the document from complying with PDF/A standard. This item is migrated to the Telerik Document Processing portal: http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/184/Feedback/Details/190042 Please use the new item for commenting, voting and subscribing instead of this one.