You could add a context menu to the style of each task using implicit styles. I've prepared a sample project which demonstrates this approach.
Hope this helps.
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This example shows how to make the appearance of a context menu, but the menu options don't do anything. How do I make a context menu that executes functionality when you click the menu item?
answered on 03 Feb 2017, 03:43 PM
You can have a look at the various examples we have for some of the controls regarding the usage of RadContextMenu by searching for "RadContextMenu" in the WPF Controls Samples and SDK Samples Browser to get an idea of how you can integrate the controls. Choosing the right implementation really depends on your specific requirements so this part would be up to you.
Please let me know if I can further assist you in any way.
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