Define multiple levels of items inside the menu to group commands based on their end result. For example, you can group text alignment commands in multiple levels (for example, first level: Alignment; second level: Left, Center, Right or Justify).
Menu items can have different selection behaviors. Toggle some items, such as font style items like Bold, Italic and so on) or group others together, so that users can only select a single item at a time from a group of items (useful for color or size selection).
RadRadialMenu for WPF provides a variety of customization options. Easily adjust the menu and its items in various ways, including changing the color, shape and size of items. In addition, the circular menu comes with more than 15 predefined themes to use for easy personalization.
RadRadialMenu integrates easily with any existing control and application and provides a smooth menu control experience to the end user. For example, RadRadialMenu integrates nicely with RadRichTextBox, enabling users to edit, format and work with text using the circular menu. The control also works well with RadImageEditor, providing users all image editing options in a simple, easy-to-use menu.
RadRadialMenu for WPF is a circular context menu where selection depends on direction. Its purpose is to provide a smooth and reliable gestural interaction. The control appears as a menu, popping in a circular form and containing multiple levels of items grouped by their purpose.
Radial menus provide a better end-user experience, because they are easier to operate on touchscreens and require very little cursor motion on devices that are not touch-enabled. RadRadialMenu provides end-user advantages list-based menus cannot.