Approved
Last Updated: 16 Sep 2019 15:30 by ADMIN

Bug report

When we want to add a formula in a given cell in the Spreadsheet, we double-click it and enter the "=" in it as an identifier that a formula definition will follow. If we want to include in the formula a cell that is not inside the visible range of the Spreadsheet, we scroll to that cell and select it. In Internet Explorer, if we scroll to a given cell using the arrows of the Spreadsheet's scrollbar the "double-clicked" cell becomes just a selected one and the "=" sign is converted to a string value.

Reproduction of the problem

  1. Open this Dojo example in Internet Explorer 11
  2. Select the A1 cell and enter "=" in it.
  3. Press the "down" direction arrow of the Spreadsheet trying to reach cell A50.
  4. With the first click on the arrow, the A1 cell is no more "double-clicked" and the "=" inside it is converted to a string

Current behavior

When building a formula in a given cell and trying to navigate to a cell using the scrollbar, this usage stops the formula building and converts the "=" into a string.

Expected/desired behavior

When a user creates a formula for a given cell, they should be able to navigate through the Spreadsheet using its scrollbars.

Environment

  • Kendo UI version: 2019.2.619
  • jQuery version: x.y
  • Browser: IE 11.950.17134.0