In this service release we have focused our efforts mostly on improving the product's stability. In addition, we have also worked on making the recently introduced RadCardView even better and faster. A full list of the changes can be found in our release notes.
In this release, we have added a really useful feature to RadRichTextEditor, which allows you to separate the text in a section into multiple columns. The columns allow for both equal column width or a fixed width of each column, thus allowing you to create the layout that best fits your scenario.
Users contacted us with a request to export the controls contents into a stream, so they can further manipulate it as they see fit. To accommodate this request, we have introduced overloads to the export methods for the following providers: PivotGridSpreadExport, PivotGridPdfExport, TreeViewSpreadExport, ListViewSpreadExport, PropertyGridSpreadExport, GridViewSpreadExport and GridViewPdfExport.
The overload accepts a stream, where the output will be written to and returns the stream with the data in it.
In RadPdfViewer, we have improved our printing mechanism and centered the document to the printed page.
Additionally, we have also improved the way links work in single page view mode. Now when a link is clicked you are navigated to the page the link points to, again in single page mode.
If you are still using RadRichTextBox, I would like to once again remind you to switch to the improved editor control—RadRichTextEditor, as RadRichTextBox will be removed from our code base soon.
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Stefan Stefanov (MCP and MCPD) is a Product Manager for Telerik UI for WinForms and Telerik UI for WPF. He has been a part of Telerik since 2010, when he joined the company as a junior support officer. Off work he enjoys traveling, hanging out with friends and reading various technology blogs. You can find Stefan on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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