Is it possible to circumvent this behaviour. All of our modal dialogs are configured dynamically, and its possible to show nested modal dialogs. In a fairly short space of time the Dom gets littered with lots of radWindow markup that will never be used again (not to mention the associated background overlays). I thought setting DestroyOnClose = true would remove them from the DOM, but this doesn't seem to be the case. I have no requirement to keep them around, so would really like to be able to clear them out of the DOM once the window is closed. Is this possible (we are currently using build 2008.2.836.35), I've searched the API but cannot find anything that appears to do this.
I could get around this issue by having a "pool" of static radWindows in the markup and "freeing" them up when a radWindow closes, then reusing them with new content. But as we theoretically allow an arbitrary depth of nesting then this places an artifical restriction on this. Ideally I would like to create them dynamically using radopen or whatever, then having them disappear from the DOM when the user closes them.