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Harald
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Harald asked on 14 Jul 2019, 02:27 PM

How can I assign in the code behind a German Dictionary to a RichTextBox in the CellEditTemplate?

01.<telerik:GridViewDataColumn.CellEditTemplate>
02.  <DataTemplate>
03.    <Grid>
04.      <telerik:RadRichTextBox x:Name="ProtocolRowTextBox"
05.                              IsSpellCheckingEnabled="True"
06.                              BorderThickness="0" 
07.                              Height="Auto"
08.                              Margin="0"
09.                              DocumentInheritsDefaultStyleSettings="True"/>
10.      <telerik:TxtDataProvider RichTextBox="{Binding ElementName=ProtocolRowText}" 
11.                               Text="{Binding Path=Text, Mode=TwoWay}"/>
12.    </Grid>
13.  </DataTemplate>
14.</telerik:GridViewDataColumn.CellEditTemplate>

 

I can't find the RichTextBox in C# by name and assign it to the dictionary , such as:

1.ProtocolRowTextBox.SpellChecker = _localViewModel.DocumentSpellChecker;

 

 

 

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Dinko
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answered on 17 Jul 2019, 11:19 AM
Hello Harald,

Thank you for the provided code snippet.

To get the RichTextBox in the edit template, you can subscribe to the PreparedCellForEdit event of the RadGridView. Inside the event handler, you can get the first element in the cell from the EditingElement property in the event arguments. In your case, it will be the Grid. To get the RadRichTextBox you can just use the Children collection of the control. The following code snippet demonstrates what I have in mind.
private void GridView_PreparedCellForEdit(object sender, GridViewPreparingCellForEditEventArgs e)
{
    var grid = e.EditingElement as Grid;
    var ProtocolRowTextBox = grid.Children[0] as RadRichTextBox;
    // ProtocolRowTextBox.SpellChecker = _localViewModel.DocumentSpellChecker;
}

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Dinko
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answered on 17 Jul 2019, 03:01 PM
Works fine. Thank you.
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