I'm trying to use the WPF RichTextBox to integrate RadDocument content (which was entered in a Silverlight RichTextBox) into a FlowDocument and export it to XPS.
The XPS looks just fine when I print / export it from a WPF application, but when I export it form ASP.NET the whole formatting of the text in the RadDocument gets all messed up.
I added the details as a word document, you can look at it here: Richtextbox Format Problem
Now, here are my questions:
- Is there any way to make this work (using RichTextBox from an ASP.NET app / WCF service? I’m also open to alternative ways of integrating the RichtextBox content into my FlowDocument.
- I think you should really work on a pagination enabled solution which makes it easy to integrate the content of a richtextbox into a larger FlowDocument, because I don’t think I’m the only one who has the problem of having to integrate Richtext into a form – in fact I think it’s a perfect use case for this kind of control, but there has to be a practical way to print the rich text in context with the rest of the data from the entry form.
- If there’s no way to integrate the rich text stuff right now (and I mean a better way than integrating the richtextbox, I need something that can paginate), will there be a solution in the Q1 2011 release? Otherwise I need to look for alternatives to make my deadline.