Standard Icons from Ribbon menu

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  1. Jenny
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    May 2016

    Posted 25 Oct Link to this post

    We are about to use the Ribbon menu from the Telerik WPF toolkit along with the RadDiagram control.

    Our application will be designed similar to the "FirstLook"-demo application in the Diagrams section in the Demos app, where the user should be able to add objects, text and lines and arrange them (send to back, bring to front, align etc).

    The functionality is basically in place but our question is if the icons in the demo application is avalable anywhere if you have the Telerik for WPF licences? Are you free to use them and where are they located? If not, do Telerik for WPF have a icon library that could be used in the Ribbon menu?

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    Martin
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    Posted 26 Oct Link to this post

    Hi Jenny,

    We do not have an icon library, but there is a feature request for this which you can see in our feedback portal. There you can vote for it and subscribe in order to receive notifications about changes in its status.

    Currently, only the RadRichTextBox component delivers an icon set which you can try and see if it works for you. The icons are used in the RichTextBoxUI which originally is a ribbonview. You can find the icons in the RichTextBoxUI assembly or in the folder with the source code of RadRichTextBox.

    [UI for WPF source code folder]\Controls\RichTextBox\RichTextBoxUI\Images\MSOffice

    You can also check the icons used in the demos application for the RadRibbonView examples. You can download its source from your account's download page. It is called something like Telerik_UI_for_WPF_[version]_Demos.zip. When you unzip the file you can open the RibbonView example folder and get the icons from the Images folder.

    [UI for WPF Demos folder]\Examples\RibbonView\Images

    The icons are free to use. I hope this information helps.

    Regards,
    Martin
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