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ImageSource stretch property

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115929 Feb 27,2014 05:40 AM Feb 28,2014 05:35 AM WPF 1
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Peter Mortley
Asked On February 27, 2014 05:40 AM

It appears that there is no way of modifying the display size of the image in the SfHubTile? If it is too big, the 'Title' text is hidden. I would have expected a 'Stretch' property to prevent this - am I missing something?

Vignesh V [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 28, 2014 05:35 AM

Hi Peter,

Query: It appears that there is no way of modifying the display size of the image in the SfHubTile? If it is too big, the 'Title' text is hidden. I would have expected a 'Stretch' property to prevent this?

We have prepared a sample to address your requirement 'Large images overlapping and hiding Header in SfHubtile' In the sample we have edited SfHubtile style and re-ordered its content to made the header visible.

Please find the sample in below link,

HubtileImagestretch_119809.zip

We would like to know whehter this workaround meets your requirement or you expect a property in control level to modify the it.

If you could update these details it will be helpful for us to work on your requirement.

Please let us know if you have any queries.

Regards,

Vignesh V


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