In the sample project i previously attached I haven't used a RotateTransformation
, I only reordered the Content
part of the control - since they are hosted inside a Grid
, I changed the row number that indicates the order in which they are rendered. I positioned the header part
in the second row and the content part
in the top row. What I also changed in the custom style is the RadTabControl ItemsPanel
. Using this custom style, as Peter noted, you don't have to use the TabStripPosition
property as it will trigger a visual state that will change the tabs positions and display.
However, you are indeed right that this approach cannot work with application-wide themes as it hard-codes the style of the control. And it might be better in your scenario to create a custom control to display the data on the screen based on your requirements.
As for the RadTabControl
, we will definitely work on improving its behavior when changing the TabStripPlacement
and we will take your feedback into consideration as it is truly valuable.
the Telerik team
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