In Blend I have designed a WPF user control, I added two RadGridView's and this brought Blend to its knees. Blend responds extremely slowly to any movement or selection of any UIelement on its designer surface
Any reason for this behavior
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answered on 30 Mar 2009, 06:52 AM
Can you send us your project to test the grid in your scenario locally?
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I m unable to send an example because this was such an issue that we had to remove your grids from the WPF form and replace it with the MS WPF grid. The functionality for this particular aspect of our application did not require a rich set of functionality that RadGrid Offers. We still use RadGrid for the main parts of our application.
To reproduce this behavior try adding nested grids with borders and place a RadGrid in there. On the same form, create another couple of nested grids with borders and place the RadGrids in there, making a total of three RadGrids nested in grids on one WPF form. Edit your solution in blend, from my experience blend nearly grinds to a halt.