Thank you for writing.
By design, the drop-down popup of the RadDropDownButton
control is auto-sized to fit all the items it hosts. This is why it does not expose a Height property, the control considers that the height will be calculated according to the available items. Setting a minimum or maximum size, however, has a higher priority and overrides this behavior, that is why sometimes the items might be cut off and not displayed.
As an alternative solution, I can suggest you using a RadDropDownList
. By setting the DropDownStyle
property to DropDownList,
you will disable the editor and you will achieve a similar result as if you were using a RadDropDownButton
. You will be able to also specify a height and if the items cannot fit a scroll bar will appear. Please refer to the following section of our documentation: RadDropDownList
I hope this helps. Should you have further questions please do not hesitate to write back.
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