BUG? buttons do not redraw?

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Posted 9 years ago by SledgeHammer01
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I'm using build 514 on XP fully patched. VS 2010 B2 (haven't put RC on this machine yet).

Seems like if I click on a button in the ribbon status bar, it sticks in the "hot" state even when I mouse off.

Here is my status bar XAML. I'm not doing anything in the code behind. When I click on the "Goto page" button and mouse off, it stays in the "hot state", same for the two repeat buttons on the slider. Not until I click on something else that takes focus do these 3 buttons redraw. The slider thumb works fine. The application button, etc. all seem to work fine too. I tried the sample browser document editor and it doesn't seem to have this problem, but I haven't really done anything, so I dunno whats causing it to stick in the hot state.




<ribbon:RibbonWindow.StatusBar>

<StatusBar>

<StatusBar.ItemsPanel>
<ItemsPanelTemplate>
<Grid>
<Grid.ColumnDefinitions>
<ColumnDefinition Width="Auto" />
<ColumnDefinition Width="Auto" />
<ColumnDefinition Width="*" />
<ColumnDefinition Width="Auto" />
<ColumnDefinition Width="Auto" />
</Grid.ColumnDefinitions>
</Grid>
</ItemsPanelTemplate>
</StatusBar.ItemsPanel>

<StatusBarItem Grid.Column="0" Padding="3,0,0,0">
<ribbon:Button Context="StatusBarItem" Padding="6,0,6,0" Label="Page: 1 of 1"
ScreenTipHeader="Page number in document. Click to open the Go To dialog box." />
</StatusBarItem>

<Separator Grid.Column="1" />

<StatusBarItem Grid.Column="2" />

<Separator Grid.Column="3" Style="{StaticResource {x:Static ribbon:RibbonStyles.StatusBarSeparatorAlternateKey}}" />

<StatusBarItem Grid.Column="4" Padding="4,0,4,0" Style="{StaticResource {x:Static ribbon:RibbonStyles.StatusBarItemAlternateKey}}">

<StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal">

<ribbon:Button Context="StatusBarItem" Margin="0,1,0,1" Padding="6,0,6,0"
ScreenTipHeader="Zoom level. Click to open the Zoom dialog box."
Width="45"
Label="{Binding ElementName=scaleSlider, Path=Value}" />

<RepeatButton Name="Test" Margin="1,0,1,0" CommandTarget="{Binding ElementName=scaleSlider}" ribbon:ScreenTipService.ScreenTipHeader="Zoom Out"
Style="{StaticResource {x:Static ribbon:RibbonStyles.StatusBarSliderDecreaseButtonKey}}" />

<Slider x:Name="scaleSlider" Width="100" Value="90" Minimum="0" Maximum="180" LargeChange="10" SmallChange="10" VerticalAlignment="Center"
IsSnapToTickEnabled="True" TickFrequency="1" ribbon:ScreenTipService.ScreenTipHeader="Zoom" FocusVisualStyle="{x:Null}"
Style="{StaticResource {x:Static ribbon:RibbonStyles.StatusBarSliderKey}}" />

<RepeatButton Margin="1,0,1,0" CommandTarget="{Binding ElementName=scaleSlider}" ribbon:ScreenTipService.ScreenTipHeader="Zoom In"
Style="{StaticResource {x:Static ribbon:RibbonStyles.StatusBarSliderIncreaseButtonKey}}" />

</StackPanel>

</StatusBarItem>

</StatusBar>

</ribbon:RibbonWindow.StatusBar>

Comments (2)

Posted 9 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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Hi,

If you make the StatusBar a focus scope, focus will auto-jump back to the main area after button clicks. Something like this:
<StatusBar FocusManager.IsFocusScope="True">


Actipro Software Support

Posted 9 years ago by SledgeHammer01
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Ah... that fixed it. Guess I missed that tag in the copy & paste. Thanks!
The latest build of this product (v2018.1 build 0675) was released 1 month ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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