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  • GuglielmoCancelli
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    Hi Diane,

    thank you for pointing that out.
    Your support was very helpful, and we were able to solve the issue, thanks a lot!

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Hi Diane,
    thank you for your quick reply and detailed explanation.

    We implemented precisely the solution explained in your reply, using a semaphore to control async calls between two LIFO queues. We also added a 100ms delay, to avoid instant releases of the tasks. That way we obtained the required behaviour, thank you!

    Unfortunately, setting ItemScrollingBehavior=”Deferred” (on Xceed.Wpf.DataGrid.DataGridControl) did not alter the number of calls to QueryItems method during the thumb scrolling.

    On a side note, we would also like to change the PageSize parameter in a “lazy” fashion, i.e. after the DataGrid control has already been loaded. At the moment we are not able to do it, and it seems that PageSize property is set only once (during the loading phase of the control).

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    I just sent you a dummy project that reproduces the issue. However, after deeper inspection I realized that the issue was caused by the incorrect binding, the PropertyGrid had nothing to do with it (in my context the binding mode should have been Mode=”OneTime”).

    Thank you for your time,
    Best wishes

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Great, thank you!

    In the meanwhile I’ll decorate the properties with the Editor attribute.

    All the best

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Oh, that would be great,
    thank you Fawzi!

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    I was wondering, is there a way to reproduce the style of the Visual Studio’s pin document button, namely:
    with more than one document opened, the pin is visible only for the active and pinned documents, while for the unpinned documents only the document title is visible.
    So, is there a way to create a custom button and to reproduce the same style as in case of the close button of the AvalonDock documents?

    Thanks,

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Oh, I see :/ Thanks anyway for the quick reply!

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Hi,
    the same thing won’t work if you try to apply Metro themes to the TableView. It seems that xcdg:TableWiew doesn’t recognize Metro themes, or am I missing something?

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Thank you Fawzi,
    however this solved the issue just in part because the window buttons were not affected by that change.
    I poked around the default style but I don’t like the idea of changing it directly because in that case we would have to re-apply the changes on the default style after every xceed update.

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Sure thing,
    comming right up. Thanks!

    GuglielmoCancelli
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    Thank you Fawzi,
    that worked like a charm!

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