You are right that property can be a bit confusing. It can be used to control the visibility of the icon when the RadRibbonWindow
is used like ordinary window.
However, when a RadRibbonView
is hosted inside, that property is no longer respected. With the current implementation of the RadRibbonView
and the RadRibbonWindow
components you need to set the Icon
using the property of the RadRibbonWindow
and if you need to control the icons' visibility you need to use the property of the RadRibbonView
component. We will try to change this behavior in some of the up coming official releases.
Please accept our apology for any inconvenience caused.
Pavel R. Pavlov
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