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The RadEditor's Design View became unusable in the latest Chrome Beta version (Version 73.0.3683.27). It is still working correctly on the latest stable Chrome 72, so I'm not sure if it is a problem that needs to be resolved on Chrome's end, just figured it'll be helpful to send this in as well.
The HTML view still works, but switching back to Design causes an exception (attached). This is also directly off of the demo page, so it doesn't look like implementation is a factor.
We could use a new calendar control that works differently than the scheduler, or any existing calendar control.
Overview of features and how it would work:
Treat as an array so we could loop through the control and read each value for saving to database or to take action on from code.
Example shown below. This is dynamically creating using tables and HTML. Not the nicest looking, and a pain to reuse anywhere. We could make use of this type of control in a lot of applications.
Hello, There seems to be an issue with the "Strip Span Elements" tool when pasting content into the editor in Design mode. I have made a screencast demonstrating the issue available here: https://www.screencast.com/t/1OZ1huYPde8H Reproduce: Open a RadEditor demo that has the "Strip Span Elements" option like the Overview(https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/editor/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx) or the Right Editor in this demo(https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/editor/examples/cleaningwordformatting/defaultcs.aspx). In a word document create text that when pasted into the editor has spans, for example changing the background color or the text color. Copy the text from the document into the "Design" mode of the editor. Select the text you would like to strip span's from (I used all of the text in the screencast example). Use the "Strip Span Elements" button. Switch the editor mode to HTML(The spans are not stripped). Switch back to design mode. Select the text you would like to remove spans from again. Use the "Strip Span Elements" button. The spans are now stripped. Expected result: Strip Span Elements option removes <span> tags from html directly after pasting into design mode. Actual result: Strip Span Elements option does not remove <span> tags on pasted text in the design mode until you navigate to HTML mode then back to design mode. Any help and suggestions are appreciated. Thanks, Calvin Williams
The problem can be reproduced on the track changes demo at https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/editor/examples/trackchanges/defaultcs.aspx 1. Copy a list from word (Bullet or numbered doesn't matter, but numbered is more problematic) 2. Paste into the content area with track changes turned on 3. Apply Bold, Underline or Italics to the pasted list Result: The list seems to break itself into 3 separate lists all spaced further apart than initially. Numbered lists will go from 1,2,3 to having 1,1,1.
<telerik:RadComboBox runat="server" ID="CB" AllowCustomText="true" HighlightTemplatedItems="true" EnableViewState="false" CheckBoxes="true" EnableLoadOnDemand="true" OnItemsRequested="CB_ItemsRequested" ></telerik:RadComboBox>Specifically, note that CheckBoxes is true.
RadWindow is not opening in Windows10 PC , ( IE 11 / Google Chrome)
Working in all windows 8 PCs
Getting Error Script5009 'Telerik' is undefined script block (37) (2,5) in the IE Console
In IE 10, while using the RadClientExportManager to export to PDF or Export to Image, if the zoom level is set to anything BESIDES 100% the export does not work correctly. See Support ID:934319 -- PDF Browser Zoom Level
When resizing images in RadEditor design mode using the corner-handles the image should retain its aspect ratio. This works very good in Firefox (v. 41.0.2) out-of-the-box because the browser implements that functionality but not in IE (v. 11.0) or Chrome (46.0) in Windows 8.1 (v 6.3, build 9600).
While the RadEditor is able to now be used on Mobile devices more easily, the crux of the WYSIWYG for us is that when creating either HTML for web or emails, the HTML that is generated from the RadEditor doesn't always generate the code that follows or renders correctly on mobile devices. Ideally, the respective HTML that is generated is correctly output in Mobile Responsive format for all mobile devices.
With Reference of this URL: https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/client-export-manager/functionality/export-whole-pages/defaultcs.aspx asp.net full page export to pdf using telerik RADClientExportManager, image quality is very poor. But export to image using the same gives the good result. need support how to improve pdf export quality (icons / images). Reminding: Export to image the same page (.png) have good output, problem is with only PDF
I have a lot of exceptions "This is an invalid webresource request" on URL: Url: http://localhost:28346/WebResource.axd?d=pA8zoJJ2yE9oO6Ia28y3ulqgm2EN3siWz944xQWIIGBXVpgk0BapHVTl4shvvFk6xNdt4LtiZSHEyXvbblVt01x0HwUwNQaOMxMWgBjtZYGpgc8UslSNdkbp6cUlZ40ejI7_lKB_ojLYUsqy5MqXRvXtaiUCAP9m7jUF4h8I34ewKZ8vyOpjWEbtWAuKDJ9m0&t=635173510100000000 I decoded content of url: Telerik.Web.UI.Skins|Telerik.Web.UI.Skins.Web20.Common.radGradientListSprite.png Probably there is no radGradientListSprite.png for Web20 skin inside dll file. Could you check it? Regards...