How to adjust Metro Touch skin for TreeView

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  1. Tomica
    Tomica avatar
    147 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2008

    Posted 21 Aug 2012 Link to this post

    I have been trying to make a few simple modifications to a TreeView with the new touch skin.

    I see where spacing is larger to account for fingers rather than mouse tip, but the horizontal indents for a three-level node expansion are excessive for my applications. Bear in mind it is the width of the indent that I am concerned about, otherwise the skin works extremely well on my iPad, Android tablet and Windows Phone. (Yeah Telerik!)

    Per the demos, I have applied custom CSS to the nodes. Using a text-indent value of -16px does the trick for the text.

    However the hot-spot does not move.

    I am thinking there must be some pre-defined override that I can apply, similar to a customization provided elsewhere for RadGrid, as below. Can anyone point me in the right direction? And what property would affect the hot-spot?

     

    <style type="text/css">     
     div.RadGrid .rgPager .rgAdvPart    
     {    
      display:none;       
     }
  2. Answer
    Ivan Zhekov
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    539 posts

    Posted 24 Aug 2012 Link to this post

    Hi, Thomas.

    The metro skin is a bit different than the rest of the controls in terms how we applied the styling, so you are going to need !important e.g.:

    .RadTreeView_MetroTouch .rtPlus,
    .RadTreeView_MetroTouch .rtMinus {
        margin-left: -16px !important;
    }
     
    .RadTreeView_MetroTouch .rtTop,
    .RadTreeView_MetroTouch .rtMid,
    .RadTreeView_MetroTouch .rtBot {
        padding-left: 16px !important;
    }

    The above rule is for the expand collapse icons and the bottom is for the general indent.

    Kind regards,
    Ivan Zhekov
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