Hi Andrew ,
You may find it useful taking a look at our FirstLook
example for RadLoopingList
. There we use the AnimateVerticalOffset
method to animate the control. It is also automatically centered when the looping animation is finished:
list.SelectedIndex = -1;
list.AnimateVerticalOffset(list.VerticalOffset + offset,
Please note that if you wish the control to loop and eventually stop so that a specified item is selected, you will have to calculate the amount you would like to scroll considering the height of the viewport, as well as the height of a single item.
I hope this helps.
the Telerik team
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