Thank you for writing.
We already have similar behaviour reported and it is probably a result of running an accessibility software as a Windows Narrator or JAWS on your machine. Another program that uses this accessibility interface is Visual Studio CodedUI tests functionality or some touch screens.
You can turn off these tooltips by setting the AccessibilityRequested
property after displaying the RadDropDownList. For example you can do this in a form's Shown event handler:
sender, EventArgs e)
//handles Form Shown event
Another way to work around this is to use custom class which derives from RadDropDownList and disable the
MyDropDownList : RadDropDownList
.ThemeClassName = value;
I hope this will be useful.
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