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.
RadCombobox WAI-ARIA improvements
1. When we have a selection but do not have filtering and custom text:
aria-autocomplete: list ---> Combobox list item
2. When we have selection and filtering: ---> Combobox inline completion list item
3. disabled: aria-autocomplete: none
If RadGrid has UseStaticHeaders enabled, different HTML Tables are rendered and instructing JAWS to read the tables one by one will also read the Header. It would say Header with "n" number of columns and one rows, since the table has only one row and that is containing the Column Names.
It would be great, if the grid with Static Header could be made in a way that JAWS will only treat the grid as one Table instead of two separate tables.
Would like to show column grouping for a few columns in the RaddGantt.
Also, would like to add to the query, how can I have the Gantt chart with the dates shown vertically as in the image attached. I don't want the Week or Month name coming in the grouping. Just dates in the timeline view.
It will be great to have a property in a raddock to automatically adjust its height/width to occupy the new space created when some other raddock in the layout is minimized. This will avoid the need for the user to adjust the height/width of the raddock which is still visible.
Trying to use a web testing tool (Selenium) and using xpath is not always working. I was wondering if it would be possible to always add an ID property to controls, especially in drop downs etc. so that it can clicked properly.
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.
Request to addorder tracker component similar to the attached screen shot.
I am using the "PostbackTriggers" property of the Upload control, as described on your web site article "How to Persist Uploaded Files". This works well for the situation where I need a postback on a control, but that control is not a "submit" control. The problem comes when I use one of the "submit" controls (listed in the PostbackTriggers property), but a server side validation error occurs, and the form data (including uploaded files) is NOT saved to the DB. (This is a type of validation that can only be done on the server side.) In that case, the upload control loses the uploaded file information. Thus two questions: 1. Is there a way on the server side to tell the control that an error has occurred, and to continue to persist the uploaded file information? 2. Is there a way for the upload control to ALWAYS persist the uploaded file information until told on the server side that I have extracted the information I need from it?
What is EOL for this version. UI for ASP.NET AJAX R1 2017 SP1 (version 2017.1.228)