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Incomplete display of ButtonTool icon in RibbonGroup

Now I created a new top menu using Ribbon,there is a RibbonGroup with many ButtonTools,

I set ToolbarsManager.Ribbon.GroupSettings.CanCollapse = Infragistics.Win.DefaultableBoolean.False, prevent ButtonTool in RibbonGroup from collapsing, but some icons in ButtonTool are not displayed completely.
like this:

Is there any way to solve this problem? For example, change the page view in RibbonGroup to scroll view.

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    Hello Stan,

    When the size in the displayed window is not enough to visualize all elements, based on the selected options, the ribbon will either reduce the size of all button tools and groups, or add page view as in the screenshot attached.

    Changing the view to scrollbar has not been yet implemented, and is considered to be a new product idea. You can suggest new product ideas for future versions (or vote for existing ones) at <>.
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