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Indeed, RadLoopingList does not provide ScrollCompleted event - I am so sorry for the misleading information in the documentation, I will update the article right away.
You could handle when scrolling is finished by creating a custom class that inherits from RadLoopingList and override its OnManipulationCompleted - this is needed as the event is not public. In the event handler you could get the SelectedIdex of the LoopingList.
Here is a quick sample:
I hope this would be of help.
thank you for the quick answer!
I did it that way, but unfortunately it doesn't work, the event isn't triggered.
I tried to upload the project with, but only pictures are possible, not Visual Studio projects.
I have attached my sample app where I've tested the event and it works properly in it. Could you download it and give it a try? What is different in your case?
Indeed, in the forums only image attachments are allowed - you would need to open a support ticket through our ticketing system and attach other types of files there.
Thank you for the understanding.
Thank you for the example. But even in your example, the event is not raised.
I did it in my example, just like in your example. In C# and VB.
At the moment I cannot explain it to myself.
That's strange - I recorded a short video showing how this works at my side, could you please check it and let me know whether I am not missing anything?
I've used your video to detect my mindwork. I assumed that the event would be triggered just like SelectedItemChanged, not by manually moving the LoopList.
Thank you for your efforts,