When you add child controls, the Microsoft scrolling logic is activated. You see the MS scrollbars and only the child controls determine the scrolling.
When you wish to scroll the child elements inside RadControl, you need RadScrollViewer
to scroll them.
In that case, our scrollbars will be used (they can be themed and have the look-and-feel of all other Rad elements).
The usage of RadScrollViewer is the same as the WPF ScrollViewer
. For more information see the help for RadScrollViewer which can found online here
If you wish to scroll child controls with RadScrollViewer instead of MS scrolling, set RadControl.AutoScroll
(it is the default value) and use RadHostItem
for the child controls.
I delayed the answer because I found that the Magnifier example is rather old and uses our old layout system.
After some tests I found that RadScrollViewer
cannot work very well in that Magnifier.
Now I am updating the Magnifier control to have a scroll viewer in it. As soon as I create a demo project I will post it here.
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