Images loaded from memory stream behave strange - on iOS they don’t load immediately, only after list is scrolled and after that they start resizing and reordering randomly when scrolling; on UWP they load on initialization but have same problem with reordering.
Currently groupheader can be stretched by using GroupHeaderLength property instead rather than resolving it automatically.
When RadListView is placed inside Grid with ColumnDefinition with Height="Auto", setting FlowDirection to "RightToLeft" raises an exception.
This can be reproduced in the SDK examples ->ListView -> Gestures -> CellSwipeEvents. 1. Change the content of the items so that they have uneven height 2. Scroll down 3. Delete an item by swiping -> Expected result : The items re-arrange correctly -> Actual result : The item is deleted but the ListView is scrolled up when the UI is updated
When reordering items in the ListView sometimes the user might want the item to go to the end of a long list. It is not possible, because the ListView does not scroll while dragging the item.
The LoadOnDemandItemTemplate's HorizontalOptions setting is ignored on Android, it will always be left aligned. See this screenshot for comparison of 3 target platforms side-by-side: https://www.screencast.com/t/K5oWBcP0dLQM The DataTemplate is as follows: <telerikDataControls:RadListView.LoadOnDemandItemTemplate> <DataTemplate> <Grid BackgroundColor="Red" HorizontalOptions="End"> <Label FontSize="24" HorizontalOptions="End" Text="Load more items" TextColor="Black" /> </Grid> </DataTemplate> </telerikDataControls:RadListView.LoadOnDemandItemTemplate>
Available in the 2018 R2 SP release.
It seems the scroll position is calculated incorrectly in this case.