These methods work great except for one circumstance...
Since there is no default "revert" functionality in RadFilter, I have to do my own. I do this using the SaveSettings and LoadSettings methods, and work great, except if the the filter is blank to begin with.
- Start with a blank filter
- savedFilter = RadFilter.SaveSettings()
- Add groups and expressions
It will not revert back to a blank filter. You can replicate this on your demo here.
I admit its minor, and the "x" at the top level will clear them, but it interferes with the consistency of my "revert" function.