Resizing textboxes and comboboxes

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  1. Inger Marie
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    Nov 2010

    Posted 12 Apr Link to this post

    1.

    I have a radgridview, which contains RadRibbonGroups, which contains comboxboxes and textboxes.

    However, I would also like to be able to resize the textboxes and comboboxes in the medium state. I could program it in XAML if I knew how to bind to  the RadRibbonGroup to get the current variant used. Or how to use wrap my controls in RadCollapsiblePanel inside the ribbongroup and bind to a property which contains the current state (small, medium, large).

    ? Is there a way to bind to the the current size variant of the group? I dont know which property to use.

     

    2.

    On another RadGridView, the RadRibbonGroups does not contain RadCollapsiblePabel and when it collapses, it collapses into a single collapse into a single button with an (ugly) standard picture.

    ? Is there any way to change this picture?

     

    Thanks

  2. Answer
    Martin Ivanov
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    Posted 13 Apr Link to this post

    Hеllo Inger,

    I noticed you are talking about RadGridView but I guess you mean RadRibbonView. 

    Let me get to your questions:
    • Is there a way to bind to the current size variant of the group?
      You can get the currently applied variant of the group via the Variant property of RadRibbonGroup. However, you cannot force the group to go into a specific variant. If you want to know when the Variant property changes you can bind it using OneWayToSource binding mode. Since, the property has only a public getter you won't be able to do the binding in XAML, instead, you can define it in code-behind.
      var binding = new Binding("MyRibbonGroupVariant") { Source = TheDataContextOfTheGroup, Mode = BindingMode.OneWayToSource };
      ribbonGroup.SetBinding(RadRibbonGroup.VariantProperty, binding);
    • Is there a way to change the icon of the group when collapsed?
      Yes, you can do that via the Icon property of the RadRibbonGroup element.

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    Martin
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  3. Inger Marie
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    Nov 2010

    Posted 09 May in reply to Martin Ivanov Link to this post

    Yes, RadRibbonView :-)

     

    I was hoping for an easy binding to RadCollapsiblePanel - and a way to do this in XAML. But thanks for the code example - it works which is the most important.

     

    Also thanks for pointing me to Icon-property.

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