There are 2 possible cases to have scrolling view: for controls and for elements (in one RadControl).
- If you need the first case (controls) you can use the RadPanel (which is in the VS toolbox). This control is like a panel but with border and fill gradients like in other Telerik controls.
RadPanel is still under development - you can see that the scroll bars are the ordinary Microsoft ones. They will be changed to our scroll bars for the next release (Q2), or if possible, in one of the upcoming service packs.
- If you need to scroll elements inside other elements then you can see our ScrollViewer example (QSF --> UI Elements --> Scrolling --> ScrollViewer). To inspect the element hierarchy you can click the button "ControlSpy" and drag the tool to the scroll area of the example.
There are 2 elements that we want to scroll - triangle and rectangle. They are children of RadScrollViewer's Viewport. The RadScrollViewer itself is in the hierarchy where the triangle and rectangle should stay if we didn't want to scroll them. Our scrolling controls like RadListBox and RadComboBox are using RadScrollViewer to scroll their child elements.
Hope this was helpful.
All the best,
the Telerik team