Sometimes my IDE "looses" its connection to the webserver. I can see this by the fact that the run button in the top right is visible, but the server is running, when I click the start button again, it will switch its state to stop, for some seconds, then it returns to the start state, the webserver continues to restart at this point.
Now I am in a situation in which I cannot stop the webserver anymore, my only solution is to leave the current application (going back to the overview) and clicking on it again. Then navigate back to were you where before, searching for the page, selecting your last element, open some property window ...
The log says it's possible to stop the server by hitting CTRL+C, but that's not possible. I tried to click Build>Stop as also on Deploy>Stop, both seem to start the compilation again from the start ... with the same result: the Run-Button changes only for some seconds.
I mean, getting out of the Application and entering it again only takes 2 seconds, so this isn't a real problem. But I think it's worth mentioning that there is no way to stop the server from running in this situation and what is written in the build log is just ... a lie.
I know it only transports the information which would be in a normal dos-console which would react to CTRL+C. But wouldn't it be nice to recognize the shortcut in Radzen too? Sure CTRL+C cannot be used because it's already taken for the copy-function, but maybe you can change the output message or put a little button somewhere? Or maybe an option to just open a dos-console like Visual Studio does. I find the integrated console cumbersome anyway, it regulary gets into my way while editing in longer property windows and it pops out on its own everytime I compile. And it cannot be resized (not the window, not the font-size), so reading an exception ends in copy-all to an proper texteditor anyway.