Seems to me Permissionranges have their own background color
(probably to indicate an editable range).
I'd like to actively set this color, but don't know how.
PermissionRangeInfo.Color is readonly.
How can I do it? By a StyleDefinition?
1 Answer, 1 is accepted
answered on 26 Mar 2012, 10:33 AM
You can set the EnforcedPermissionRangeBrush property of RadRichTextBox which was introduced in 2012.1.215.
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