Improve the way RadPageLayOut reacts to different view port sizes and make it consistent with the DeviceScreenSize detected with the Device Detection framework
Allow the users to create their own attributes and to be able to work with their client representation after that.
Currently the RadStylesheetManager renders embedded styles below user defined styles. In terms user defined cascades are overridden and developers need to use stronger selectors. Adding the ability to control where the embedded stylesheets are rendered will solve this and other issues.
NOBODY supports this turd of a browser anymore. http://www.buuteeq.com/blog/why-we-dont-support-ie7/ Your css codebase could trim up a ton removing all the crappy hacks. Worked for kendo, and nobody is missing it. I'm sure your developers would have a party (week long) if they could ditch having to support it too. You're such a big market player supporting it just helps ie7 hold on to it's MEASLY <1% marketshare...stop contributing :) Vote now people!
I'd like to see a Drag And Drop manager functioning something like the AJAX manager. You can select controls that can be draggable and then define drop targets for them. Things it might include: * Constrained movement, either X, or Y or within a boundary. * Init distance. Eg. you have to drag an object 20px to start moving it. * Drag handle. * Snap. to grid, or elements
Title says it all really. It should be possible to expand a node and force the parent nodes, all the way up the tree to expand too. Likewise for Collapse. -- Stuart
Provide the ability to drag/drop files into the Treeview/GridView of RadFileExplorer and automatically upload them. Currently this option is offered only over the RadAsyncUpload area inside the Upload dialog of RadFileExplorer.
We would like to upload a folder's structure and content via asyncupload drag and drop functionality. This functionality exists with Chrome and FireFox now. Please add. Thanks.
Auto-Fit column width when exporting to excel using Format="Xlsx" I'd really like to have the columns automatically adjust to fit the width of the content.