We are pleased to announce the release of the 2020.1 version of our UWP Controls.
This announcement post contains the detailed list of updates in the 2020.1 version. Please be aware that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) or later and usage of the Microsoft's free 'Win2D.uwp' NuGet package are required.
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While the version includes a wide number of small updates and bug fixes, let’s take a look at a handful of the larger updates.
AutoCompleteBox now has a SelectedItemChanged event and an InputMode property, that alters input behavior. Search mode is the default and is intended for usage when the control is providing search-like functionality, commonly seen in application title bars. ComboBox mode is an alternate mode intended for use when the control should be used in more traditional ComboBox-like scenarios. When in ComboBox mode, the popup list filter turns off when not typing in the control, allowing the entire list to be browsed when interacting with the control purely via the popup.
BrushEditBox and ColorEditBox now have a HasText property that allows you to hide the text portion of the edit box for a swatch-only display.
Dates and Times
DateEditBox and TimeEditBox now accept delimiter-less input for several additional custom formats.
Large Incremental Changes
Numeric edit boxes now support large incremental changes when holding Shift while pressing Up/Down or rotating the mouse wheel.
Custom Format Strings
Several numeric edit boxes now support custom format strings with semi-colon conditional format specifiers.
We've added a PropertyGrid.RequestRefresh method that can be called to tell the PropertyGrid to refresh its contents.
Search Overlay Pane
A new background renders the search range when the search overlay pane is in Selection scope mode.
A new property allows you to disable key bindings that would activate the search overlay pane, which is useful if you have an external search UI.
Logic related the selection scope searching has been improved.
Ctrl+Enter can be pressed to execute a Find All search operation when the Find textbox has focus and the find all button is visible.
New methods allow completion list items to be added much faster, dramatically improving performance.