I was thinking a different approach because I need to keep not-editability style.
If I disable a control, the content changes of style, making it unreadable. I would like this content to be readable.
I have to create a specific style that replaces the one for the disabled control, is it correct?
answered on 21 Sep 2016, 02:35 PM
So if I understand correctly - you need the RadComboBox to be displayed normally, but behave as if it is not enabled (i.e. as if IsEnabled="False"). If so, you can use set theIsHitTestVisibleproperty toFalse.Thus the control will not respond to user mouse input and disable the selection with click.
Let us know whether this approach works for you.
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