Hi guys, I've experienced a new weird behaviour. In this case the RadSplitContainer makes up his own color.
The UserControl I created still has the default BackColor "Control". Everything else is set to "Transparent". Why is the SplitContainer blue???
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answered on 14 Sep 2020, 03:06 PM
By default, RadSplitContainer has a transparent background. When added to the form it automatically gets the color of the form. If the parent that hosts the split container has blue back color, it is expected that the RadSplitContainer has a blue background as well.
If you want to set a custom color of the split container you can set its BackColor property to the desired color.
Please let me know if you have other questions.
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