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XAML Changes are not reflected in Designer View

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ManniAT asked on 18 Dec 2008, 01:21 PM

using GridView I noticed a strange behavior.
As a coder I work most of the time in XAML Source.
By the way - also if I make these changes through the Property Pane it get the same result.

No I define a GridViewColumn like this:



telerik:GridViewDataColumn Width="40" HeaderText="Level" UniqueName="Level" DataType="{x:Null}" />


When I change the HeaderText nothing happens in Designer View.
After a rebuild I see what I have changed.

Using the builtin Controls (WPF controls) every change is reflected at the very moment.
This is very handy when it comes to "does it still fit" things.
For an example I think "Level of the Member" would be a good idea for the HeaderText.
I type it in - and there is still the old text "Level".
So before I can switch to the next column I have to run a build to see the changes in designer.
I find out -- that "Level ot the Member" is to much - I try "Memberlevel" - and again run a build...

Is this behaviour by desing, or is it some kind of a bug?


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answered on 18 Dec 2008, 02:32 PM
Hi Manfred,

Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

The described behavior is a bug in the RadGridView control. I have logged it in our bug tracking system and we will do our best to fix it with future versions of the control.

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