I found issue here in your forum and received an updated fix.
However, the sample fix has the grid name ("RadGrid1") hard-coded in the method "function OnClientHidden(sender, args)". In our code we need to use this for many grids; each with its own name. Please show me how to obtain the grid name generically; preferably from the arguments (sender, args).
Also in the example the checkbox isn't explicitly declared; I assume the code is using some implicit name. However, in our code the name of the checkbox is declared (see below my signature). Please show me how to change the code to use different checkbox names.
It would be nice to be able to clear the filter for each column as opposed to creating an external button to clear all filters. I was thinking of similar to below.
Requesting the improvement of this functionality to include scrolling.
Brief summary of the issue:
MultiCell selection uses a virtual marque tool to select items and does not include items that are out of view.
I have a Telerik RadGrid, and there is a date column on the grid layout. The date format I am using to display date values is "dd/MM/yyyy". Then, I export that grid data to Excel file with GridExcelExportFormat.Biff type. The problem here is when I open the newly exported Excel file, the date format is changed to "MM/dd/yyyy".
I want to keep displaying my date format "dd/MM/yyyy" in the Excel file after exporting the grid data.
Issue seems to happen with RadGrid with Bootstrap Skin, RenderMode Lightweight when RequireFieldValidator is enabled in combination with Batch Editing.
Unexpected look (Bootstrap skin):
Other skins seems to have it right.
Expected look (Default skin):
Expected look (Silk skin):
If the Page culture is set to anything other than "en-US", RadDatePicker in the HeaderContextMenu will loose the correct format and swaps the Day with the Month after filtering.
To replicate the problem:
Clicking on the Edit button fires the RowClick event of the Grid instead of Edit/Save/Cancel.
Currently the Width of the Edit controls inside the inline Edit form of the Grid can be set only in pixels. In order to be able to implement a responsive layout the developer has to be able to set the width of these controls in percentage.