Edited tabs stuck in selected state

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  1. Bruce
    Bruce avatar
    5 posts
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    Dec 2011

    Posted 22 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    I followed the instruction here: http://www.telerik.com/help/wpf/445c6c91-a5d2-4b2f-aa20-d238f1c4ad03.html to edit the style of my tabs.

    I am editing a copy the RadTabControl template.  When I create a copy of the template using 'Edit a copy' The new copy has all of the settings in it but the tab doesn't respond to the mouse. Even if I 'Edit a Copy', and make no changes, just save and build the project, the tab stops responding to Mouse over and Normal state. They stay stuck in the Normal state even though the tabs do work and can be selected in the application.

    As far as I understand, if I make a copy and make no changes, then it should behave the same as the other tabs using the default template. This is not the case

    I am using Q3 2013 and Blend 5.


  2. Pavel R. Pavlov
    Pavel R. Pavlov avatar
    1251 posts

    Posted 27 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Bruce,

    I tried to reproduce the reported behavior with our latest official release (2013.2.0724) on our side and it seems that the code works as expected. Please take a look at this screen cast, where I use the built-in feature of VS12 to extract the default ControlTemplate, and let me know if I miss something.

    Please note that I extract both templates the one for the RadTabControl and the one for the RadTabItem and still the application run as expected.

    Can you please elaborate more on your scenario? It will be great if you can reproduce the reported behavior in a separate project and send it over. By doing so I will be able to further investigate the reasons behind this behavior and suggest the best approach in your case.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Pavel R. Pavlov
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