It would be nice to have a CardView type panel control. This could simply be a dezoned raddock control that is optionally missing the header. I am using some custom CSS for this now so that when the mouse moves over the div the shadow deepens to indicate selection. It would be nice to adjust the elevation as well. You can kind of get this now but taking a radwindow or a raddock but a dedicated control would be nice.
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]
When RadText boxes have EnableAriaSupport=True and also have a tooltip set, the JAWS form fields dialog should list the control along with any text that might be in the textbox. Currently it does not list the text. see following support ticket for more details: https://www.telerik.com/account/support-tickets/view-ticket?threadid=1081024
Hi Team, Please refer ticket #1015035. Currently keyboard support is not available for RadMonthYearPicker control. If we could add this, it would be more helpful for JAWS/accessibility users. Detail information is available in ticket#1015035 Thanks Kishor
The current colors, #0082CC and #FFFFFF that are used for forecolor and backcolor, have 4.14:1 color contrast ratio: https://webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/?fcolor=FFFFFF&bcolor=0082CC
The minimum required color contrast ratio is 4.5:1 for AA Compliance, and 7:1 for AAA Compliance.
A possible alternative color for the #0082CC blue can be #007CC.
The current context menu lets you hide a row or column, but then you cannot show it again, so the user can lose data. At present there is no context menu option to unhide it and there is no element indicating the column/row was there in the first place. This should behave like in Excel. Such a feature must be implemented first in the underlying Kendo Spreadsheet widget, and to this end I encourage you to cast your votes for its implementation here: http://kendoui-feedback.telerik.com/forums/127393-kendo-ui-feedback/suggestions/19240072-context-menu-option-to-unhide-row-column
For keyboard users who don't have a specific Context Menu key (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menu_key), they typically need to use the Windows standard SHIFT+F10 hotkey to trigger a contextmenu event. For example: 1. In IE, load http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/grid/examples/columns-rows/columns/context-menu/defaultcs.aspx 2. Tab to a column header link 3. Press SHIFT+F10 (standard Windows/IE hotkey to open context menu) 4. Notice the context menu displays, however, the focus is really on the IE menubar. IE supports F10 to open the menubar, but is also seeing SHIFT+F10 too. Or 1. In FireFox, load http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/grid/examples/columns-rows/columns/context-menu/defaultcs.aspx 2. Tab to a column header link 3. Press SHIFT+F10 (standard Windows/IE hotkey to open context menu) then press down arrow 4. Notice the context menu displays, however, the focus is really on FireFox's application system menu in the upper left. Chrome does not have this issue - it opens the grid context menu only. We need IE and FireFox to also only open the grid's context menu, and not trigger default browser behavior. According to https://yuilibrary.com/yui/docs/event/contextmenu.html, it is possible to correct this behavior by calling event.preventDefault() when SHIFT+F10 is pressed, but then trigger a synthetic contextmenu event anyway. As a workaround, we know users can press Escape to close the browser's default menu and bring focus back into the HTML document (and thus the grid's context menu), but this throws off the user experience and becomes a training issue.
When using the Microsoft Edge browser with the Editor, you cannot add field values for some form elements. This seems to affect Radio buttons and checkboxes. It is possible that it affects other form elements as well. I also see this same problem when using your demo page https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/editor/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx. Edge does not offer the hasLayout capability of Internet Explorer, which selects the form element on click. In Edge you can select a form element as you could do it with a text: https://www.screencast.com/t/mo25Rm1kTSdB. The click selection is not currently supported.
Please add an ability to move text in different styles, something like HTML MARQUEE. For example: http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/_MARQUEE_BEHAVIOR.html http://www.plus2net.com/html_tutorial/html_marquee_behvr.php
You can hide certain characters using "*" in the DisplayMask. For example: Mask="####" DisplayMask = "**##" If the value is "1234", after blur it will look like "**34" The same approach can be used for all mask parts. The only requirement is DisplayMask to be longer or equal to the Mask. For example: Mask = "<1..999>someLiterals####SomeMoreLiterals<3..123>" DisplayMask = "***someLiterals**#*Some*******s<1..99>*" If in the above example the DisplayMask is shorter or does not contains enough asterisks to match the editable parts, the visible value on blur can be wrong.