I think there is a bug with the DataTimeOffset field when used in a Grid. It cannot display correctly and is showing something like /Date(1364927400000)/. I have to retrieve my data from database as DateTimeOffset format and then use a new ViewModel to convert the DateTimeOffset values to DateTime values. This is really annoying.
Could you let me know if there is a way a DateTimeOffset field can be supported in the grid? Sometimes you do have to display the time zone info.
I hope this can be fixed in a future release.
since I updated Telerik UI for ASP.net MVC from version 2019.1.220 to 2019.2.514, the paging part of the grid doesn't display as expected in IE11 with compatibility with IE9 (<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=9">)
If I remove the compatibility with IE9, it's ok, but I need it to support older computer.
Is there a solution to display it correctly?
Thank you very much and best regards.
When the page first loads, everything looks okay...
But if I show a hidden column...
Here's what happens...
The newly shown column is circled in blue. The problem, as you can see, is that the position of the column circled in red should actually be swapped with the column to the left of it. And column #2 (ordering from left to right in the picture, starting from #1) now has an incorrect parent header ("Average") - it should be "Total". And column #4 (the one circled in red), "Constrained", should have a parent header of "Average" (that gray one in column #2).
And just FYI, if I show another column (which should also be under "Session Time [minutes]")...
...then here's what we get...
(Newly shown column circled in blue.)
But, you can see that the data columns are placed correctly. Just not the headers.
The issue is present only when a field in the model has been updated. When an invalid value is attempted to be saved, the validation is triggered. Upon pressing the Esc key, the dirty indicator should not be shown.
The expected behavior would be to not show the dirty indicator at all as the value has been returned to the initial one. Furthermore, the indicator is not positioned in the left top corner but immediately above the value.
Steps to replicate:
1. Change the value of any field.
2. Navigate to a field which has validation.
3. Set an invalid value in order to trigger the validation, respectively show a validation message.
4. Press Esc to undo the change.
5. The dirty indicator is shown and mispositioned.
Short video demonstration: