So, I have a
I have figured out that the problem is not specifically related to the
I'm still not entirely sure what caused it, but I fixed it like this:
After playing around and noticing that changing the width of the column had an effect on the width of the bad highlighted area, I tried decreasing it away. Problem was, this caused text to wrap.
So I figured, okay, I'll just disable WordWrap for the
RichTextBox, right? Wrong. WPF does not allow us to disable this.
I needed a way to achieve the effect of disabling WordWrap, so after doing some reading, I saw that I could set the
Width property to a very large number so that the text would never wrap. Even to do this, I then had to go and disable the scroll bar.
So then, I had the effect of wordwrap disabled and I was able to continue decreasing the width of the
RichTextBox until the bad space was invisible, if not gone.
So, problem solved, but I'm still left with one question: Why does Microsoft hate me?