I am glad that you found a solution for stretching the image.
However, please consider one more option - using different sizes of the images for the different states of the TileViewItems (displaying smaller image when the item is minimized and a larger one when - maximized). You can achieve this by using the RadFluidContentControl in RadTileView to change the content of the RadTileViewItems depending on their state. For your convenience I implemented this approach in the attached project. You can read more about the usage of RadFluidContentControl in RadTileView in this tutorial.
As for enabling the ScrollViewer
you can use the built-in functionality in the RadTileView
. More about that you can read in our article - Enable the Horizontal and Vertical ScrollBars
. There you can learn more about the properties that control the scrolling behavior which you can set in XAML or in code-behind. If you need to have a ScrollViewer
inside the RadTileViewItems
then you should implement your own logic for this.
I hope this information helps and don't hesitate to write back if you have any further questions.
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