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Laurian Angelescu
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Laurian Angelescu asked on 03 Jun 2010, 08:34 PM
I am attempting to create a custom filter row. I have created the filter menus for each column, and similarly to the example provided by Telerik, a FilteringDropDown control is responsible with opening the menu containing filtering options.

When a filtering selection is made, the filtering drop down control enters a highlighted state. It is this state that I would like to control as now I find that it turning on and off is not consistent.

I am interested in :
1. How to turn the highlight off.
2. How to manipulate the highlight manually in conjunction with the filter option selected in the menu. (For example is a filter is supposed to be the default filter on the column, I would like the highlight to be off).

I have enclosed a picture showing the little funnel being highlighted. It's that highlight state I want to control.

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Kalin Milanov
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answered on 09 Jun 2010, 07:34 AM
Hi Laurian Angelescu,

My guess is you are using a toggle button to control the visibility of the popup menu. If I were in your shoes I would use the checked state of the toggle to show the highlight if there is a filter applies and the click command of the button to show / hide the menu.

If you encounter any difficulties in achieving this please send me a sample so I can be of assistance.

Kind regards,
Kalin Milanov
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