TreeListView: Node click issue

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  1. Joby
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    Posted 28 Aug Link to this post

    when a user click on the tree node which is not fully on view, what is happening is, first it bring to focus and user has to click second time to open the node. Any help would be appreciate. Environment: is WPF and MVVM
  2. Stefan
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    Posted 30 Aug Link to this post

    Hello Joby,

    In order to avoid any misunderstandings, can you please clarify what setup you are using so that such behavior is reproduced? Are you expanding a given node through the SelectedItem property of the control? Generally, any information that you consider as relevant might be useful.

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    Stefan X1
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  3. Joby
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    Posted 07 Sep in reply to Stefan Link to this post

    No I am not programmatically expanding it . When I click on the node, I am getting this behavior.
  4. Stefan
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    Posted 12 Sep Link to this post

    Hi Joby,

    Thanks for the clarification.

    Actually, RadTreeListView does not support such expanding of its nodes. Thus, I assume that instead of RadTreeListView, you are using RadTreeView as it supports such behavior through its IsExpandedOnSingleClickEnabled property. Can you please clarify this? However, I was not able to replicate such behavior on my end with RadTreeView as well. In order to avoid any misunderstandings, may I kindly ask you to demonstrate the exact approach you are using in a sample application and attach it in a new support thread, so we can investigate it further?

    Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

    Regards,
    Stefan X1
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