If a combobox uses load-on-demand and an item is selected, after postback the item list will be filtered to only items that contain the text of the selected item. This type of filtered loading is desirable when the user is typing into the combobox and is expecting a reduced item list. However it can be unexpected behavior if an item is selected, the user was not typing into the combobox, a postback occurs, and then the item list has been reduced. This video demonstrates the current behavior: http://screencast.com/t/NVkDc3KYR And so my request is for the combobox items list to remain the same after postback when the user did not intend for the item list to be reduced.
We have evaluated your controls for few days for the last 3 years now. And you still dont support check boxes and load on demand. (we keep getting the same response from your forms). There are other companies already do that. If you can include this feature in your future development that will be great. As i have mentioned to your sales team about the team size and the number of license we need but unfortunately this feature is not available so we can not buy your controls. Thanks
Hi, RadComboBox does not having direct way to set its height, not dropdown height. It is required functionality because its height should be as per website design.
Based on customer feedback: In certain cases, the client side autowidth does not perform well enough or the results are not exactly what one would expect. Instead, server side autowidth could do the job. True, there are drawbacks to this approach, like font name and font size, but it could be configurable.
add ability for radcomboboxitem to expose the attributes collection for the selected item when client-side binding occurs via a webservice. (based on support id 87724). Currently only selected text and values are accessible when posted back. The attributes related to the selected item are as important to provide proper context once on the server side. Again, this only necessary for the selected item, not all items as I understand the ramifications to client side performance.