Problem with File tab

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  1. Clifford
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    Sep 2013

    Posted 15 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Get the following when open the File tab
  2. Petya
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    Posted 18 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Hello,

    I am having a hard time understanding the issue. Could you please provide further details on your setup as well as the problem you are facing? Are you using the RadDocking control along with RadRichTextBox and RadRichTextBoxRibbonUI? We would appreciate if you send us a sample project that demonstrates the observed result.

    Thank you in advance! Looking forward to your reply.

    Regards,
    Petya
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  4. Clifford
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    Posted 18 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Have you looked at the picture. It should be obvious. The File window does not overlay the Editing window when it is opened by clciking the left most tab.Seems to be a rather blatant bug to me.
  5. Pavel R. Pavlov
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    Posted 23 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Hello,

    Thank you for pointing our your issue out. You are right that when the RadRibbonView is hosted like shown in the picture, the Backstage is misplaced.

    However, with the current implementation of the control you are allowed to control the position where the backstage is opened. The RadRibbonView exposes BackstageClippingElement property. If you define a fixed size control hosting the RadRibbonView and set its x:Name attribute, you will be able to apply element name binding on that property. If you do so the backstage will be rendered on top of the predefined control - rather than on top of the main window. For better understanding you can use the following snippet:

    ...
    <Grid x:Name="ClippingBoundsElement" Height="400" Width="700">
        <telerik:RadRibbonView BackstageClippingElement="{Binding ElementName=ClippingBoundsElement}">
        ...
       </telerik:RadRibbonView>
    </Grid>
    I hope this works for you.

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    Pavel R. Pavlov
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