Unfortunately I was not able to reproduce this behavior using our latest assemblies. I attached a sample solution where I defined two separate RadTreeView
components. The firs one is declaratively defined in XAML and therefore it uses the built-in CheckBox
support of the component. However, as the built-in CheckBox
logic is designed to work only in a declaratively defined RadTreeView
, if you have data-bound the ItemsSource
of the component to a business collection, then I would recommend defining a CheckBox
in the ItemTemplate
of the tree.
In both cases the CheckBoxes
work as expected and they can be checked/unchecked on a single stroke of the space bar. Please have a look at the attached solution and let me know if it works for you or if I missed anything.
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