There is no API for setting the height of the description panel
. However, you can achieve your requirement without extracting the control's template. To do this you can subscribe to the Loaded event of RadPropertyGrid and use the ChildrenOfType<T>
() extension method to get the Border element that presents the description panel. Then set its Height.
Here is an example in code:
sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
var propertyGrid = (RadPropertyGrid)sender;
var panel = propertyGrid.ChildrenOfType<Border>().FirstOrDefault(x => x.Name ==
panel.Height = 200;
I hope this helps.
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