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  1. Stuart Hemming
    Stuart Hemming avatar
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    Jul 2004

    Posted 13 Apr 2012 Link to this post

    When using RadWindows we always have KeepInScreenBounds = "True".

    I work on a desktop machine with 2 monitors. If I set the browser to fullscreen mode, then open a RadWindow in my app and move it off to the far right of the screen, then take the browser out of fullscreen mode the RadWindow is completely off the screen and inaccessible.

    I'm not sure if you can do anything about this, but it would be nice to ensure that, at least when KeepInScreenBounds=true, that the RadWindow moves  when this happens.

  2. Marin Bratanov
    Marin Bratanov avatar
    3567 posts

    Posted 17 Apr 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Stuart,

    The KeepInScreenBounds property is related to the user dragging the RadWindow and its initial showing. How it works, said shortly:

    - when a RadWindow must be opened it is usually centered. If the size of the RadWindow is larger than the available viewport the titlebar will be (partially) hidden by default. KeepInScreenBounds checks for this and makes sure that the top left corner of the RadWIndow is in the top left corner of the browser viewport

    - when the user releases the RadWindow after dragging or resizing the KeepInScreenBounds checks if part of it is outside of the visible viewport and again tries to return it to the closest position possible. For example, dragging a RadWindow downwards will make it stick to the bottom of the browser when the mouse is released. Also, the above logic is also applied - the top left corner of the RadWindow must be visible.

    All that being said - what you are trying to achieve is not supported by the control. It does not autoamtically change its position according to a browser change in the same manner as pages with fixed layout do not change. It would be considered unexpected and therefore buggy behavior. The RadWindow would still be available on the page, only in its previous position - it is absolutely positioned and the page will spawn scrollbars as needed. Nevertheless, I will log this idea in our database and we will research its viability and implications. I cannot confirm neither when, nor if it will be implemented, but if it is - information about it will be available in the release notes.

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