RadForm and MenuStrip issue continues

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  1. Jayden MacRae
    Jayden MacRae avatar
    5 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2009

    Posted 26 Aug 2009 Link to this post

    Hi

    Reading the post answer in MDI CHild Issue and Window State, indicates that there is an issue that was meant to be fixed with RadForms and the MenuStrip control in the latest Q2 2009 build.

    I however have the latest production build (2009.2.9.729), and I am still having a problem with an MDI Child using a MenuStrip, and the behaviour of the child window bar. When maximising the child window, the bar does not disappear as it should, and does not repaint.

    The MDI parent window is a RadRibbonForm.

    Other MDI child windows that inherit from RadForm work fine (they don't have the MenuStrip on them), maximise correctly without the issue.

    Please advise as to how to resolve this problem.

    The project targets .NET 2.0 framework, development machine running on XP Pro SP3

    Regards

    Jayden MacRae

  2. Deyan
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    Deyan avatar
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    Posted 27 Aug 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Jayden,

    Thanks for writing and for reporting this issue.

    I have performed some testing and to me it seems that everything works the way it should.

    I have also performed some testing with standard windows forms and the issue with the MenuStrip not disappearing when the MDI child is maximized seems to be present in a standard environment as well.

    Therefore, we are not able in any way to correct this behavior.

    Could you please, however, send us a small demo application that reproduces the issues you report since I am not completely sure that I correctly understand your scenario. This will be helpful to determine the reason for the undesired behavior you experience.

    Thanks for your time.

    All the best,
    Deyan
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