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I am working on radimage editor and I want to not to see buttom part of the editor what I need to do?
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set StatusBarMode  to hidden


http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/radimageeditor-server-side-api.html

StatusBarMode

Specifies the possible values for the StatusBarMode property of the RadImageEditor control:

Bottom - The StatusBar is rendered below the editable area of the ImageEditor.
Top - The StatusBar is rendered above the editable area of the ImageEditor and below the ToolBar.
Hidden - The StatusBar is not rendered at all.

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Ahh, Ok... thank you!!
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