A major new version of the Actipro Universal Windows controls is now available.
Please be aware that as of the 2019.1 version, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) or later and usage of the Microsoft's free 'Win2D.uwp' NuGet package are now required.
Detailed Update List
- Improved the AdvancedTabControl tab layout logic when using shrink overflow to help ensure tabs fully fill the control extent.
- Updated StandardSwitcher to not reserve space for docking window images when they aren't available.
- Added the DockHost.GetVisibleToolWindowContainerCount method, which is useful for determining if there is are multiple ToolWindowContainers within a floating DockHost.
- Added the StandardSwitcher.DocumentsColumnTitle and ToolWindowsColumnTitle properties to allow for easier customization of the column titles.
- Added the ToolWindowContainer.TitleBarMinHeight property that sets the title bar's minimum height.
- Updated when the DockingWindow.IsOpen property is changed during layout changes to more closely match the DockSite.WindowsOpened/WindowsClosed events.
- Fixed a bug where the DockSite.WindowsOpening/WindowsOpened events didn't fire when programmatically docking or floating a closed docking window in several scenarios.
- Fixed a bug where an AdvancedTabControl with left/right tab placement didn't always measure the tabs correctly.
- Fixed a bug caused by a previous update where tabs using shrink overflow might not fully render the tabs in a certain scenario.
- Fixed a bug where deserializing a layout containing a SplitContainer with no current visible children could incorrectly show a splitter.
- Fixed a bug where the StandardSwitcher allowed the selected window's header image to render at its default size instead of a fixed size.
- Fixed a bug where focus might not be moved into another docking window when a focused floating docking window is programmatically closed.
- Added the AutoCompleteBox.SelectedItemChanged event.
- Added the AutoCompleteBox.InputMode property, which determines control usage behavior.
- Added a HasText property to the BrushEditBox and ColorEditBox controls, allowing the text portion of the edit box to be hidden for swatch-only display.
- Improved DateEditBox and TimeEditBox to accept delimiter-less input for several additional custom formats.
- Updated numeric edit boxes to support large incremental changes when holding Shift while pressing Up/Down or rotating the mouse wheel.
- Updated several numeric edit boxes to support custom format strings with semi-colon conditional format specifiers.
- Updated AutoCompleteBox to dispatch filter application after property changes, thereby ensuring all data-bound properties are updated when the filter executes.
- Updated the ColorPicker.Value property to be a nullable Color.
- Fixed a bug where setting DateTimeEditBox.Value to a DateTime that is out of range of the current calendar could throw an exception.
- Added the PropertyGrid.RequestRefresh method that can request that the property grid refreshes its contents.
- Added the PropertyDescriptorPropertyModel.PropertyDescriptor property.
- Updated PropertyDescriptorPropertyModel to watch for changes to non-value PropertyDescriptor properties like DisplayName when the descriptor implements INotifyPropertyChanged.
- Fixed a bug where collection properties might not expand properly.
- Fixed a bug where using multiple TreeListView star-sized columns could result in the last column's right edge being cut off by a pixel.
- Fixed a bug where a tree node being edited wouldn't scroll into view.
- Fixed a bug where setting TreeListBox.RootItem to null while a filter is active would call into the filter with a null item reference.
- Fixed a bug where refreshing TreeListView items in code-behind could trigger extra layout cycles.
- Fixed a bug where resetting a PropertyGrid value wouldn't raise the PropertyGrid.PropertyValueChanged event.
- Fixed a bug where changing the PropertyModel.IsExpanded property wasn't properly updating the PropertyGrid in a certain scenario.
- Added a new background that renders the search range when the search overlay pane is in Selection scope mode.
- Added the SyntaxEditor.HasSearchOverlayPaneKeyBindings property, which can be set to false when using external search UI to prevent access to the built-in search overlay pane.
- Added the ICompletionItemCollection.CreateBatch and AddRange methods, which when used to add completion items can dramatically improve item-adding performance. Updated all premium add-on completion providers to use the new methods.
- Added the SyntaxEditor.CanScrollPastDocumentEnd property back with a default of true. It should only be changed to false if the editors doesn't use multiple font families/sizes or intra-line adornments.
- Flipped the order of the Guides and Highlights adornment layers.
- Improved search overlay pane logic related to the selection scope range.
- Improved the IntelliPrompt popup placement rectangle determination logic for target text ranges.
- Updated IntelliPrompt code snippets to convert tabs to spaces when ITextDocument.AutoConvertTabsToSpaces is set to true.
- Updated PgDn logic to prevent scrolling past the document end.
- Updated logic so that when changing the SyntaxEditor.IsVirtualSpaceAtLineEndEnabled property to false, a virtual selection will be moved to document offsets.
- Updated the 'Adornments 8 - Color Preview' QuickStart to render the adornments using a draw callback method instead of UIElements.
- Updated several static members on HtmlContentProvider to be methods that take a IHighlightingStyleRegistry parameter, thereby allowing the content provider to do highlighting style lookups in the same registry used by a target view.
- Updated the search overlay pane when opened to not auto-search for tabs that may surround a zero-length selection.
- Updated the search views to allow Ctrl+Enter to execute a Find All search operation when the Find textbox has focus and IsFindAllButtonVisible is true.
- Updated mouse wheel scrolling to still work when the related scrollbar is hidden. It is recommended to set SyntaxEditor.CanScrollPastDocumentEnd to false when hiding the vertical scrollbar.
- Updated the SyntaxEditor.PasteDragDrop event to fire for drops within the same control, so that the accepted operation can be forced to Copy if desired.
- Fixed a bug where collapsible region highlights didn't render in the correct vertical location in a certain scenario.
- Fixed a bug where using touch to make a selection wasn't working properly in all scenarios.
- Fixed a bug where word-wrapped lines might not arrange properly in a certain scenario with multiple sequential SyntaxEditor size changes.
- Fixed a bug in the language service sorting logic.
- Fixed several language services that were previously allowed to function on inactive views.
.NET Languages Add-on
- Improved the C# and VB context factories for improved IntelliPrompt parameter info.
- Fixed a bug where certain generic method constraints could prevent the method from showing in IntelliPrompt.
- Fixed a bug where a syntax error could occur when using a C# null-coalescing operator in a certain scenario.
Python Language Add-on
- Fixed a bug where the resolver wouldn't resolve classes defined below the current class in the same document.
Web Languages Add-on
- Fixed a bug where the XML parser could throw an exception in a scenario where a syntax error occurred in header or footer text.
- Fixed a bug where a column or card added to TaskBoard might not be rendered in the correct position.
- Improved the ConditionalConverter to support strings and other non-boolean objects as conditions.
About Universal Windows Controls
All Universal Windows control licenses automatically include a free subscription for a year of free upgrades to any new versions that are released. At the end of the year, you may renew your license for another year to keep the free upgrade benefits active.
You can purchase our Universal Windows controls individually if you wish however you have the option to purchase all of them in the Universal Windows Studio bundle. Purchasing the bundle saves 50% over purchasing all the controls individually. In addition, if you own a Universal Windows Studio license, you are automatically eligible to receive free licenses for any new control products added to Universal Windows Studio that come out within your year subscription period.
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