RadSplitButton keeps setting focus to the View.

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  1. Curtis
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    Feb 2015

    Posted 09 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    My co-worker and I downloaded the WPF trial library, and both of us are having an absolutely horrendous time with the RadSplitButton.

    I was happily typing out the XAML (I'm faster with the keyboard than drag 'n drop with the mouse), and I added a RadSplitButton by typing out
    "<telerik:RadSplitButton  Content="A Split Button", HorizontalAlignment="Center", VerticalAlignment="Top" />"
    But then I decided I wanted to move the HorizontalAlignment to Right instead of Center.  So I used the arrow keys to put the cursor inside of that XAML line, and focus was moved to the designer window, and no longer in the XAML editor.  Every attempt at putting the cursor between "<" and "/>" (inclusive) was met with an instantaneous focus shift to the designer. 

    I was able to change the setting using the XAML editor only view (no split view with the designer with XAML editor).

    I was also able to get cursor focus back into the RadSplitButton entry by entering some invalid XAML in another place in the file.  However, when the XAML is correct, the cursor will NOT enter the RadSplitButton.

  2. Curtis
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    Feb 2015

    Posted 10 Feb 2015 in reply to Curtis Link to this post

    This is on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit with Visual Studio 2013.
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  4. Kiril Vandov
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    Posted 10 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    Hello Curtis,

    Thank you for contacting us.

    This is a known issue in our RadSplitButton, which will be fix with out next official release scheduled for the end of February.

    Please excuse us for any inconvenience caused.

    Kind regards,
    Kiril Vandov

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