Thanks for your feedback on the EditControl.
1. The "outlines" feature is not available in the current implementation in the EditControl and we have open feature request (feature# 129) in this regard, and we will implement the same in the near future .
2. I do see that the new EditControl does not get automatically loaded into the VS.NET toolbox when v3.2 is installed, and only the legacy EditControl appears there. We will address this issue before the final release of v3.2.
3. We will also hide the ReadOnly properties like CanCopy, CanCut, CanPaste, CanRedo, CanUndo, IsIntellyScrollActive, PhysicalLineCount, VisibleLineCount in the designer.
4. We have considered this as a feature request (feature# 132) and a Lines property (like in the RichTextBox) will be added soon.
5. The EditControl has an extremely efficient file loading mechanism and it loads a 26MB text file (with syntax highlighting and outlining) in a second. Please refer to the FileHandlingDemo sample for this purpose. Kindly email us the 240KB CSV file at Support@Syncfusion.com and we will further investigate this issue here. Please include a link to this forum post in the email.
6. We have considered this as a feature request (feature# 133). We will create an enumerator like KnownConfigLanguages which will allow you to easily set any desired configuration to the EditControl. For example the C# configuration can be loaded using the following line of code :
7. The auto indentation feature is still under development (feature# 118) and will be available in the near future.
8. The crash while databinding multiple instances of the EditControl to a common datasource is a shortcoming in our EditControl, and I have notified the development team in this regard. We have logged a bug report defect# 206 in this regard, and will try our very best to fix the same at the earliest. You could track the progress of this bug fix at this link below :
Defect #206 - Crash on databinding multiple instances of EditControl to a common datsource
Once again, we appreciate your feedback, and thanks for your patience.