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Default autoScale property not working as expected


I know that this thread is posted in an inappropriate place but there is no forum headers in which I can post it.

I developed a ribbon control for outlook using the VSTO (VS2010 and Outlook 2010) and added the autoScale="false" in my groups. I am having two groups and one group is having a single button and another one is having a few buttons. The ribbon add-in loads properly till I am adding a custom group by clicking the options in the file menu. This collapses the group in my add-in which is having more buttons; the number of buttons are 4 and a dropdown that is equivalent to the "Respond" group that is standard. In my group I used small icons with moderate length text.

As per the previous forums and blogs I checked, the group or the add-in should not collapse when the autoScale is set to "false". But when there is more groups added then the standard also collapses but it collapses after almost all the custom add-ins are collapsed. In my case, the add-in I added collapses first along with the custom group I am adding through the options also collapses. Then only the standard groups are started collapsing.

I googled it but with vein. There is no results showing up related to this. I tried to set a standard height or width to the groups but it is not possible to set as it is the behavior of the ribbon control.

So anyone please tell me whether there is any hierarchy in the collapsing behavior of the groups/add-ins like the groups in the add-in will collapse first then it will check for the standard groups and collapse?
Thanks in advance.


Senthil Kumar M.
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