• .NET

    Revealing hidden features of Multilevel Lists in RadRichTextBox for Silverlight & WPF

    April 14, 2011 Share
    If you have taken a look at the blog post about the new features introduced in the latest Q1 2011 and have taken a liking to the multilevel lists, you should definitely read this one. It will give you some insight on the usage of the options that come out of box and some information on how you can extend them to suit the purposes of your project. In case you are in the habit of starting reading from the end, you can preview the Silverlight demo to see the lists in action. You should note that there are buttons both in...
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    A ton of new features have just landed in RadRichTexBox for Silverlight/WPF with 2011.Q1

    April 05, 2011 Share
    The latest release – Q1 2011 brought some great enhancements to the Silverlight RadRichTextBox and its new WPF counterpart. The newly introduced functionality spans from capabilities for editing rich text – multilevel lists and extended table support, to additional formatting options – incorporating annotations in the document with hyperlinks that navigate to them, and inserting comments at different positions in the document. The customization and extensibility, which the RichTextBox takes pride in, have also made a step forward with its - as of now - localizable UI and the possibilities to overwrite the existing key-bindings used for triggering commands. In addition, the list of supported...
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    Editing the RadScheduleView's TimeRulerItemTemplateSelector

    March 24, 2011 Share
    RadControls for WPF, 2011.Q1 We will start with the project from the previous post: DOWNLOAD: RadScheduleView_GroupHeaderTemplates.zip And will produce the following project that has its timeruler items modified: DOWNLOAD: RadScheduleView_TimeRulerItemTemplates.zip Using the GroupHeaderContentTemplateSelector you can bind to the resource data. In the time ruler this is not the case. The time ruler items present date information and at this time they can’t be modified through items source property. We will create an inline template selector and discuss some of the TimeRulerItem DataTemplates. Converting the TimeRulerItemTemplateSelector to Local Value Select the RadScheduleView, go to the “Styling” section in the “Properties” tab and click the rectangle near the “TimeRulerItemTemplateSelector” property. Then...
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    RadControls for Silverlight/WPF Q1 2011 is here

    It has been an amazing quarter for the Telerik XAML teams. Q1 2011 brings 6 new controls for Silverlight, 5 new for WPF and tons of improvements and new features. Amongst these new additions are the new ScheduleView control for Silverlight, RichTextBox editor for WPF, DataForm, ExpressionEditor, new MaskedInput suite, TimeBar and a SpellChecker control. Another major re-design of our online demos is now in place and demonstrates not only our advanced controls but also how we envision great UI built on Silverlight.  If I can summarize the entire Q1 release in just a few words it is all about ease of use, amazing...
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    GroupBox and Label Controls and Tooltip Themes in 2011.Q1 RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF

    February 22, 2011 Share
    These are controls that exist in one form or another in most of the other suites so we had some client requests to add them in our Silverlight / WPF suite too. In WPF you have GroupBox, Label and ToolTip in the presentation framework however we had no themes for them. In Silverlight there is only ToolTip. GroupBox and Label We have created GroupBox and Label in Telerik.Windows.Controls assembly. In WPF they extend the existing GroupBox and Label controls and only add themes. In Silverlight they extend HeaderedContentControl and ContentControl. How you can use them: <Grid x:Name="LayoutRoot" Background="#FF222222">     <telerik:GroupBox Header="Personal Information" Width="300" HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center">         <Grid>             <Grid.ColumnDefinitions>                 <ColumnDefinition Width="Auto" MinWidth="80" />                 <ColumnDefinition Width="*" />...