Thank you for writing.
The observed behavior is the default behavior for the standard Windows Forms controls. When you have a control and you set its BackColor
, when the control is placed on the form it will take the form color instead of taking the color of the parent control (TabControl in your case). However, I will add this case into our PITS system
, and we will review it and research possible solutions in a future release.
Meanwhile, to work around this behavior, explicitly set the control BackColor
MyRadioButton : RadRadioButton
.BackColor = Color.Transparent;
Thank you for bringing this into our attention. Should you have any other questions, do not hesitate to write back.
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