Pending Review
Last Updated: 11 Nov 2019 10:32 by ADMIN
Created by: Peter
Comments: 1
Category: Window
Type: Bug Report
0

Hello,

I'd like to report a problem with the window component. It's only related to Google Chrome and occurred after the last Chrome update. Windows and Mac alike.

When dragging a non-modal window it does not move smoothly, but in a jerking manner. There is no problem with modal windows.

I've enclosed a screen video. The first windows is moving perfectly, the second erratically. Of course, this is not a major issue, but the client still complains.

This is the configuration. .Draggable(true) does not change the behavior.
@(Html.Kendo().Window()
      .Deferred()
      .Name("insert-products-window")
      .Title("Placering produktdokument")
      .LoadContentFrom("LoadInsertProductsDialog", "Catalog")
      .Events(e => e.Error("utilities.handleWindowError"))
      .Events(e => e.Close("insertProducts.onClose"))
      .Events(e => e.Activate("insertProducts.wireToolbarEvents"))
      .HtmlAttributes(new {style = "padding: 0;"})
      .Scrollable(false)
      .Draggable(d => d.Containment(Model.IsPhone ? "" : ".body-content"))
      .Modal(false)
      .Width(Model.IsPhone ? 0 : 700)
      .Height(Model.IsPhone ? 0 : 450)
      .Resizable(r => r.MinWidth(300))
      .Resizable(r => r.MinHeight(260))
      .Visible(false)
      .Actions(a => a.Custom("help").Minimize().Close())
      )

Approved
Last Updated: 02 Jul 2019 09:01 by ADMIN
Created by: Julius
Comments: 1
Category: Window
Type: Bug Report
0

I have discovered a bug in Kendo UI that seems to only affect IE11. 

When you create a Window with a position and width that renders partially off screen, IE11 will scroll the body to show as much of the window as possible.

Worse still, it seems to scroll to the last Kendo Window that was created.

This is undesirable. Is there a known workaround, or fix for this?

You can see it in this dojo if you shrink IE11 to be smaller than the window is wide:

https://dojo.telerik.com/iBiFatAT

See attached.

 

Thanks,

Julius