I am doing a bin deployment on a web site for the following assemblies... Telerik.Windows.Documents.Core Telerik.Windows.Zip Telerik.Windows.Documents.Fixed Telerik.Windows.Documents.Flow Telerik.Windows.Documents.Flow.FormatProviders.Pdf Telerik.Windows.Documents.Spreadsheet Telerik.Windows.Maths Telerik.Windows.Documents.Spreadsheet.FormatProviders.OpenXml Telerik.Windows.Documents.Spreadsheet.FormatProviders.Pdf I recently used the upgrade wizard, and it successfully updated the versions for these assemblies, but it did not update the version numbers in the Web.config. I manually removed the version number completely from Web.config, and it seems to work fine.
When loading custom skin trough RadSkinManager -> Skins -> SkinReference.Path, the logic inside RadSkinManager.FillNonEmbeddedSkinsInfo does not work correctly: in order to load ComboBox.MySkin.css, per say, it requires ComboBox folder to be present inside the custom skin folder.
In the latest release (Q1 2016) it is possible to resize and drag the crop box in ImageEditor to negative bounds in IE. Video: http://screencast.com/t/b1SyzOWBGb
Uploaded jpeg images cannot be edited in ImageEditor from the Image Manager dialog. The request for the file seems accurate, but the image is not rendered.
Tracked content that is deleted should be removed directly, but newly added content should be tracked.
Some references to skin resource files are hardcoded in Telerik.Web.UI.dll and don't depend of the web.config/appSetting "Telerik.Web.SkinsAssembly". The result is when you use a custom Skins Assembly and a Telerik control uses these hardcoded references on resource files, these resource files are not displayed because Telerik.Web.UI.dll is searching a resource file for a control as "Telerik.Web.UI.Skins.<Skin Name>.<Control>.<Resource filename>" and not as expected "<Skin Assembly Name>.<Skin Name>.<Control>.<Resource filename>. It happens in the following controls: - RadGrid: Only the column GridEditCommandColumn ButtonType="ImageButton" gives a invalid references on resource files for Edit.gif, Update.gif, Cancel.gif. - RadDataPager: Images of SEO buttons, like PagingFirst.gif, etc. The requested fix: to test if web.config/appSettings "Telerik.Web.SkinsAssembly" is available and not empty, and if yes, to use its value in place of the hardcoded "Telerik.Web.UI.Skins.dll".
Due to that behavior the Editor control appears to change the actual content of the user, which is considered as a faulty behavior.
ColorPicker inside a RadEditor don't fit inside DropDownBody, the last color jumps down a row. This happens when RadEditor Skin is set MetroTouch and RenderMode to Lightweight. Video: http://screencast.com/t/4GOnnf0UcsfU