Thank you for this suggestion.
However, I want to underline the main usage of RadContextMenu. It is to use the RadContextmenu.ConextMenu attached property on some UI Control, for example like so:
Setting the RadContextMenu as direct content in DropDownButton could lead to various focus issues which need additional code to bypass. For direct content in Popups/DropDownContents its better to use RadMenu instead of RadContextMenu.
Additional note on the issue Patrick posted here last year. We consider this scenario as not supported out of the box in our controls suite. It's mainly because nesting ContextMenu directly in DropDownContent should not be supported because of the unpredictable focus issues that might occur.
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