We provide a RadRibbonWindow
to achieve this functionality since the WPF Window
cannot be easily modified to achieve this. The RadRibbonWindow
integrates the RadRibbonView
into the window header in order to achieve the desired look. You can review the following article
explaining its usage.
You can change the Window
for your applicaiton to telerik:RadRibbonWindow
, in your XAML
and in code behind:
MainWindow : RadRibbonWindow
Setting IsWindowsThemeEnabled = false
will allow the styling for the chosen theme to be assigned.
Set IsHitTestVisible ="True"
to the RadRibbonWindow
and merge in your App.xaml
either as a single style or from a ResourceDictionary
the following style after
the other needed dictionaries for the chosen theme, where local
is the namespace of your application:
Please refer to the mentioned article in our documentation for more detailed information about the usage of the RadRibbonWindow
and do not hesitate to contact us further, if you have any more questions.
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