Out of curiousity, why do you want to disable the overflow dropdown? If you
do that then the UI that overflowed is not accessible to the end user.
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"SureshGubba" <SureshGubba@gmail.com> wrote in message
> Hi ,
> We need to implement "ToolStrip" like control in Xaml. The existing
> tool bar control has a probem . It always shows the Over Flow Items
> dropdown and we dont have the option to disable it .
> ToolStrip control is not available in WPF . Otherwise it has that