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Provide a way to remove line numbers

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Patrick asked on 21 Oct 2019, 02:07 PM

Hello,

In some uses, they are not useful.

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Petar Mladenov
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answered on 23 Oct 2019, 08:33 AM

Hello Patrick,

Thank you for your overall interest in this new component which is in Beta state now. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. We will try to address such questions which need additional documentation for the upcoming official Release in R1 2020. The LineNumberMargin control which draws the line numbers reside in the Margin collections of the RadSyntaxEditor. You can remove it the following way:

            InitializeComponent();
            this.syntaxEditor.Margins.ScrollableLeft.RemoveAt(0);

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answered on 23 Oct 2019, 08:54 AM

Hi Petar,
Thank you for your answer.

I can use this as a workaround, but not a final solution: "RemoveAt (0)" seems to use a magical number, it cou├ęd break if the control changes. In addition, it needs code and cannot be used in a XAML style definition.

A much better solution would be to have a ShowLineNumbers dependency property, with a default value of "true". This way, no need to change the user code if the control changes.

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Petar Mladenov
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answered on 28 Oct 2019, 07:33 AM

Hello Patrick,

I agree with you and logged a public feedback item which you can follow in order to receive future notifications for status changes.

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answered on 28 Oct 2019, 07:33 AM

Hi Patrick,

Here is the link to the item:

SyntaxEditor: Add ShowLineNumbers dependency property

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