Silverlight Controls 2015.1 build 192 Maintenance Release

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Posted 3 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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A new Silverlight Controls maintenance release is now available.

Detailed Update List

Charts

  • Improved the label positioning logic.
  • Updated series to reindex themselves and their palette colors as appropriate when a series is inserted or removed into the chart.

SyntaxEditor

  • Updated the Tab key to indent a full line selection on the last document line instead of replacing it with a tab character.
  • Updated overwrite mode to only display the overwrite cursor when there is a zero-length selection.
  • Changed the duplicate line edit action to duplicate the current document line instead of view line.
  • Fixed a bug where IntelliPrompt completion and code snippet sessions could be displayed for read-only documents.
  • Fixed a bug where a decoration adornment update at a document end might not properly refresh the view.
  • Fixed a bug where setting various highlighting style font sizes might not render the text correctly.
  • Fixed a bug introduced in a previous build where syntax highlighting might not refresh properly with multi-line token changes.
.NET Languages Add-on
  • Improved the C# language text formatter logic.
  • Adjusted VB language completion provider logic.
  • Fixed a bug related to C# #regions used in code fragment scenarios.
Web Languages Add-on
  • Fixed a bug where text formatting couldn't programmatically execute on read-only XML documents.
Python Language Add-on
  • Added the DocstringDisplayMode property to the PythonCompletionProvider, PythonParameterInfoProvider, and PythonQuickInfoProvider classes, which determines whether only summary lines or full docstring comments are displayed.

Views

  • Updated touch drag of TaskBoard columns and cards to not initiate if already dragging another column or card.

Shared

  • Added the InputPointerButtonEventArgs.ButtonKind property and related InputPointerButtonKind enumeration.

All

  • Verified that controls show in the Visual Studio 2015 Toolbox.


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