Step to reproduce: 1. Open Editor Demo in Chrome and change the font size in the developer console (the F12 button) for the text; 2. enter some text separated by paragraphs (e.g. “Test Test”) 3. Put the cursor before the second “Test” text and press the Backspace button on the keyboard. Actual result: The size of the text has been changed. Expected result: The size must be the same as it was before the Backspace button was clicked. Notes: The issue reproducible only in Chrome.
With RadEditor for AJAX Version 2013 Q3 it is not possible to edit tables in Design view. Clicking within a table seems to cause the editor to lose keyboard focus, the cursor is not visible. The problem is reproducible on the Telerik WYSIWIG Editor demo page.
There should be two properties under the SpellCheckSettings that let the developer prevent the alerts that are shown when there are no errors and when spellcheck finishes. They could be called SuppressCompleteMessage and SuppressNoErrorsMessage. They would both be boolean and default to false to prevent a breaking change.
In the Radeditor. Create a table with multiple rows, multiple columns optional. Add text in the first row. Add a bulleted list in the second row. Save the html and the bulleted list is rendered above the table. It looks like when you type in text and then convert it to a bulleted list it removed the <td> tag and replaces it with <ul><li></li></ul> which means it won't render in the table properly. I tested this with the demo radeditor as well and can duplicate every time.
Content appears double if there is a Style element inside it and the Spell Check is triggered.
If the Track Changes feature is enabled Korean language is not detected as modified. The added text is not highlighted.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Insert two lists <ol> <li>test1</li> </ol> <ol> <li>test2</li> </ol> 2. Copy the first list 3. Insert one more list item in the second list and paste the first list Expected: <ol> <li>test1</li> </ol> <ol> <li>test2</li> <li>test1</li> </ol> Actual: <ol> <li>test1</li> </ol> <ol> <li>test2</li> <li> <ol> <li>test1</li> </ol> </li> </ol>
When ContentAreaMode="Div" RadEditor's Content Area's width automatically re-sizes with the content. If width is applied to reContentArea div element, the problem is resolved. Actual behavior: by placing a long word or pasting an image larger than the content area's dimensions, its width is automatically expanded. (see ActualBehavior.png) Expected Behavior: the content area's width should remain unchanged despite word length and pasted image dimensions. (see ExpectedBehavior.png)
Radeditor when initially set as visible="false", the toolbar border images never renders when the control is later set to Visible="true".
The desired behavior cannot be achieved out of the box with the content provider from this KB article, because the paths to the images are passed to a generic handler. The main reason it can't be achieved at the moment is that the latest moment of the page life-cycle of the FileBrowser.ascx dialog, when the user can set the FileExplorer's InitialPath is before the Page_Load event, but the path to the preselected in the Editor item is passed in the Page_Load event and the initial path is reset internally.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Go to http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax-beta/editor/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx 2. Type some text 3. Format it as bold, italic and underline 4. Enter two new empty lines 5. Insert a table
It would be great to have RadEditor offer CMS type functionality similar to the RadEditor within Sitefinity. The Sitefinity editor allows you to drag and drop different layouts to the editor and then alter each area independently.
Currently when pasting an ordered list from MS Word, the RadEditor’s lists converter does not take into account the list’s items numbering. The following list 5. Li1 6. Li2 will be converted to 1. Li1 2. Li2
Whe you're trying to add an image with "#" or "&" symbols in it's title - image displays as corrupted in image editor.