I know that there are articles that describe how to detect that the user has interacted with the RadEditor, but checking whether the content has changed is quite another task. I understand that the underlying storage method makes it almost impossible to compare, but that's why we need the control to do this internally. Even if we fall short of comparing the content, at least build-in the workarounds into the control to invoke a single "Changing" event.
Editing the RadEditor's Tools file is rather cumbersome and error prone. Thus, please provide an XML-Schema file that can be downloaded from the Telerik website and added to the corresponding Tools XML file header, so Visual Studio and other integrated IDEs can provide IntelliSense and error checking.
How to replicate the issue 1. Using the attached document, TestSample1.docx, copy and paste the content into the RADEditor and choose to remove Word Format. 2. Observe the styling and the format of the pasted content in the editor. You will notice that the table will not appear properly and the font styling and size and all remove instead of converted. 1. Using the attached document, TestSample2.docx, copy and paste the content into the RADEditor and choose to remove Word Format. 2. Observe the styling and format of the pasted content in the editor. In this case, you will notice that the table is intact and font styling and size are converted to HTML format. The difference between the TestSample1.docx and TestSample2.docx is one has numbering in Heading. The numbering appears to have affected the result of pasted content from MS Words. The expected behaviour would be the same as the test result from TestSample2.
Right now if copy multiple table rows and paste them into an existing table they create a new table in that table. We would like the ability to copy rows from a table and paste them into the same table or a new table with the same number of columns and have the new rows pasted without the creation of a nested table.