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When to disable virtualization of SfRichTextBoxAdv control?

By default, the SfRichTextBoxAdv control virtualizes the page on demand and helps reduce the initial load time and memory consumption when working with large size documents. You can disable the virtualization of SfRichTextBoxAdv control by setting IsVirtualizing property as false, to experience scrolling and zooming as smoother and rapid.

 

Please refer the following example code to disable the virtualization.

XAML:

 

C#:

 

VB:

 

Please refer the following example code to disable the virtualization specific Windows 10 Mobile.

C#:

 

VB:

 

 

Please refer the following MSDN reference link, to create mobile specific designer file (XAML).

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/design/layout/layouts-with-xaml#tailored-layouts

 

Please make use of the following tips to enable/disable virtualization of SfRichTextBoxAdv control.

Enable virtualization

Disable virtualization

  1. Efficient for large size documents.
  2. Reduce initial loading time for large size documents.
  3. Scrolling and zooming experience will be smoother, with a reasonable UI refresh time based on the document content size.
  4. Memory utilization is optimal, to process large size documents. Since UI elements will be alive only for the visible contents.

 

  1. Efficient for small size documents.
  2. Initial loading time will be reasonable based on the document content size.
  3. Scrolling and zooming experience will be smoother, without any dependency on the document content size.
  4. Memory utilization may increase rapidly for large size documents. Since UI elements will be alive for all the contents.

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
8239 12/18/2017 12/18/2017 UWP SfRichTextBoxAdv
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