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Problem migrating treeview from silverlight 3 to 4 (or 5)

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117883 Jan 5,2015 07:58 AM Jan 12,2015 07:21 AM Silverlight 1
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Anthony PALLINI
Asked On January 5, 2015 07:58 AM

Hi !

Our client wants to migrate some old silverlight application (Syncfusion version 8.203.0.18 and silverlight 3) to silverlight 4.
Everything works fine except for the treeview control which has a problem with the hoover.

In SL3 the hover on item works fine background became grey when mouse icon is on it and desapear when it's gone.
But after migrating to SL4 the hover does not disapear after being visible. It stays visible for all items where mouse has been on.

We can't migrate Suncfusion control since a lot more thing won't works after that (linked to styles)

Is there any way to fix that ?
Hoover is not mandatory for us so if we remove it (not visible anymore ) it would be fine (not perfect but fine)


Thanks in advance.


Have a nice day.

Bharadhi K [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 12, 2015 07:21 AM


Hi Nicolas,

Query: But after migrating to SL4 the hover does not disapear after being visible. It stays visible for all items where mouse has been on.

We have checked the reported issue with our latest version and we are not able to reproduce it. The issue has been resolved in our latest version 12.4.0.24.

Furthermore, we have a property "EnableMouseOverEffect" which enables user to modify the MouseHover effect. When the property is set to true, the mouse hovering will be shown else it will not be shown.

We have prepared a sample in which we have performed binding of the EnableMouseOverEffect property to a CheckBox. Please download the sample from the link below.

Please let us know if you require further assistance on this.

Regards,
Bharadhi K


Attachment: TreeViewAdv_133774_e4be2923.zip

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