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    Q3 2009 Beta released for Telerik RadControls for WinForms

    Q3 2009 is knocking on the door and we wanted to give you the chance to test some of the new features and improvements in RadControls for WinForms. The main focus for the Q3 2009 release continues to be on optimizations in the overall performance and stability of the toolset, brisk and slicker theming, and improvements throughout the major controls. So, it is our pleasure to announce the availability of Q3 BETA for RadControls for WinForms. Full information on the beta you will find in our Beta Lab and in the Release Notes. The downloads are now available in your account (or free trials): Please, use the...
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    Formatting Text in RadControls for WinForms Q3 2009

    I am happy to announce a few new features coming in Q3 2009, related to text formatting. As you know, a couple of releases ago we added a feature called Html-like text formatting to our controls:     Although we supported a very limited and basic set of HTML tags, our clients were happy with having the option to format text via HTML. We received a great deal of feedback on this feature, including many requests to support more HTML tags. Q3 2009 (the beta is coming out this week), comes with support for new tags in our parsing and rendering engine. The...
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    Menu Merge (RadControls for WinForms)

    The long established traditions of the MDI interface makes menu merge indispensable for any WinForms Controls library. The MDI user interface is well known across the users and perhaps the most famous application that employed it for more than a decade is Microsoft Office (up to version 2003). Even though the new Ribbon Bar look snazzier to me, I am sure that the folks that are using Menus in MDI forms will appreciate this new feature.   Our MDI implementation covers two things – RadForm and RadMenu. Both are really independent and for this reason you can mix RadForms and standard forms as well...
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    New RSS feeds available for RadControls for WinForms

    As a company, it has always been our priority to be as transparent and up-front with the work we do for you as possible. This is why we have extended the available RSS feeds for all product lines, including for RadControls for WinForms. This will allow you to get the most recent news directly in your RSS reader, without the need to visit our site. In addition to the already available WinForms Support Feed, which provides you with information on new Code Library projects and new Knowledge Base articles on RadControls for WinForms, we add the following feeds on new help articles, new...
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    RadControls for WinForms Documentation Updates Available Through RSS

    In an effort to be more transparent with the updates and new topics we add to the RadControls for WinForms documentation, we have started adding all change sets to the WinForms Support Feed. We added 16 updates today, with more to come in the coming weeks.   We plan to have a major update of the help for the upcoming Q2 2009 SP1 release, so feel free to subscribe to the RSS feed.