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Ryan
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Ryan asked on 10 Mar 2016, 04:19 PM

I would like to report a bug that I have found relating to adding comments to an RTF document.  This is reproducible using the latest Telerik UI for WPF demos (Q1 2016 SP1).

To reproduce:

  1. Open the latest Telerik UI for WPF demo application & switch to the "Telerik Editor" demo for RichTextBox.
  2. Delete all content from the document.
  3. Switch to the Web Layout view.
  4. Insert a single line of text into the document (ex. "test"), with no newlines.
  5.  Highlight the line, switch to the Review tab & select the "New Comment" menu option.  The comment box will show up as a smaller than expected box, and if you try to type text into it you will only see the top of the text (see comment_1.png)
  6. If you add a new line to the document, or switch the editor to print view the comment will display normally (see comment_2.png).

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Svetoslav
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answered on 15 Mar 2016, 02:26 PM
Hi Ryan,

Thank you for contacting us.

Actually, this is a known issue and you could track its state from the following feedback item: Comments are collapsed in Flow layout mode. The reason behind it is that there is not enough space to display the whole comment. 

Unfortunately, this issue is with a fairly low priority and I cannot give you any time frame when the fix will be available as currently we have higher priority tasks in our backlog. 

As a workaround, I would suggest you try to increase the line spacing before so that there will be enough place to display the whole comment.

I hope this helps.  

Regards,
Svetoslav
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