Good afternoon, I am new to the world of sitefinity and am currently having trouble loading the vsix plugin in my sitefinity project. I have managed to install sitefinity with its nuget, also vsix, but when I want to enable the vsix plugin, the visual studio 2017 application crashes with the following error.
If I uninstall the application or disable it, the project works without problems.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled the plugin, created a new sitefinity project
We are using Telerik.Windows.Documents.Model.RadDocumentEditor.Document.CaretPosition.Location.X to determine the location of specific text in the document. We need to share this information with an external system therefore we want to know about the unit of X and Y coordinates.
like either these are in pixels or points w-r-t page margins or some other units are used to determine the location. Thanks in advance.
I have an issue navigating through the docs page of Telerik,
I am using Edge Chromium 86 and on the picture you can see, I can't navigate through the page,
because of insecure element issue. The left navigation area is completely broken.
On Chrome there is no issue.
Here is the link to the image:
I have started an azure pipeline build (yaml version) and was looking over this example setting up the telerik feed as a service connection.
(1) That was easy enough to get the service connection for the feed, but why do we need a seperate nuget.config file?
Shouldn't Azure be smart enough to pull from nuget.org?
(2) I had put a nuget.config file in my user profile folder on my workstation a while back, after setting up the telerik feed I believe.
Actually, I cant recall if I had to add that file manually, or its created when Visual Studio is installed?
Do I need to use only one of these ? eg. the one in the user profile path (%appdata%\roaming\nuget) or the solution root?
(3) In the linked example source, there is a nuget.config in each project folder. Same question as (1) - why?
I think that WinUI will be targeted in MAUI. In general Telerik should start thinking how to unify its Xamarin (Android, iOS), WPF, UWP, WinForms and Blazor components in the same way as MS is going to target multiple target frameworks including web in MAUI, hopefully with some kind of XAML standard in mind.
Regards Tomas Fabian