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  1. zAxis
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    Aug 2010

    Posted 23 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Unless I'm missing something, TileRows seems pretty inflexible.  There is no way ahead of time to know a users screen size so I have to set the number of rows for what fits on a low resolution screen.  This leaves a huge amount of unused screen space for users running higher resolutions.

    Is there a way to set the number of rows on the client-side?

    Also, is it possible to hack a different number of rows between groups?  I am using a custom (70 x 70) tile for some items and I'd like more rows in the groups that have them.

    Overall, I'd say specifying a number of rows was a bad idea and it should be whatever fits in the height of the TileListView.  Especially since scrolling is horizontal only.
  2. Marin Bratanov
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    Posted 24 Oct 2013 Link to this post


    I am afraid responsive layout of the RadTileList control is not available yet and changing the number of rows on the client is not possible. We do have plans to improve this, but at this point I cannot confirm an ETA. Once available, the feature will be listed in the release notes.

    On groups - the number of rows is valid for all groups in the control and cannot be changed per group. As for custom tile sizes - at this point I cannot confirm their proper functioning in a RadTileList because this is related to changing the dimensions of the control (i.e. all its calculations) and is also related to a responsive layout.

    I am adding your feedback to our backlog for review by our developers and I have also updated your Telerik points as small token of gratitude for sharing your opinion with us.

    Marin Bratanov
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