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vishruti asked on 18 Jan 2017, 10:14 AM

I have attached Snap of my application when it it maximized(Capture1.jpg).

when I am minimizing the window application look like as Capture2.jpg,

What should i chnage in My application, so that As i minimize the application controls size should not be change and scrollbar should be visible in application? as (Capture3.jpg)

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Ivan Zhekov
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answered on 23 Jan 2017, 08:02 AM
Hi.

Are you sure you are using RadRibbonBar for ASP.NET Ajax ? The reason why I am asking because we do not have scroll viewer in the RibbonBar.

Perhaps you are using another technology stack, say WPF or Windows Forms ?


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answered on 24 Jan 2017, 07:15 AM

Hello Ivan,

I am using RadRibbonWindow and RadRibbonView here, and I have created WPF application.

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Lance | Senior Manager Technical Support
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answered on 25 Jan 2017, 08:52 PM
Hello Vishruti,

What you're seeing is expected because the items have not all been fully collapsed yet. The RibbonView will first collapse the items to their smallest state first, before making the user have to scroll. This provides the best user experience as the items they need remain in the view.

When there is no more room left, will the Ribbon be larger than the width and then render the horizontal scrolling buttons. You can refer to this section in the documentation on how to manage the collapsing feature.

To better explain this, I have built you a small demo with a RadRibbonWindow (attached) and I have recorded this video for you of the demo in action. 

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