To maintain accessibility consistency with normal HTML select comboboxes, we need the RadComboBox to support the Home and End keys to jump to the 1st and last item respectively. Currently, it just moves the text cursor to the start/end of the textfield. If the change can't be made globally, can a new property be set to control this behavior? Ideally too, Page Up/Down can jump multiple items at a time. Currently, it scrolls the page. See a 2009 forum post too (from someone else): http://www.telerik.com/forums/radcombobox-home-end-page-up-page-down-keys I see the other keyboard shortcuts listed here: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/combobox/examples/functionality/keyboardsupport/defaultcs.aspx Per Anton: The keyboard support is specification is implemented according to the article (https://www.w3.org/TR/2013/WD-wai-aria-practices-20130307/#combobox) which is why there is no support for these keys. We would like to request these additional keys be supported anyway. [From ticket 1083598]
We have evaluated your controls for few days for the last 4 years now. And you still dont support check boxes and load on demand. (we keep getting the same response from your forms). There are other companies already do that. If you can include this feature in your future development that will be great. We can not use RadAutoCompleteBox control as the users do not what they are searching for. How come no one else asking for this. All what needed is to cache the values after the control is loaded. Thanks.
ComboBox keeps the dropdown aligned to either sides of input field. If due to content overflow e.g in a small frame input field is placed slightly out of viewport then it would be better to check the boundaries if ScreenBoundaryDetection is enabled and keep the dropdown in view and not necessarily aligned with input.
This feedback item has been raised from this forum thread: http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/aspnet-ajax/combobox/enablecheckallitemscheckbox-all-entry-doesnt-fire-onitemchecked-event.aspx This issue was first raised back in Sep '11 as it was suggested that 'it was in the plan for a future release'. I've added this item here in the feedback portal to ensure that it's not got lost
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