Unplanned
Last Updated: 16 Aug 2022 06:10 by ADMIN
Created by: Eric
Comments: 1
Category: Wizard
Type: Feature Request
1

Hi

We have to muchs steps in our wizards

So it would be nice to make the stepper scrollable

Example:

10 steps

visual are 1..7 , if i'm on step 4 , step 1 dissappears and 8 will be visible etc....

Also small < > added to the stepper could be uses to moves quickly throug the steps

This would be a nice enhancement

Unplanned
Last Updated: 15 Oct 2021 08:48 by ADMIN

When you try to use Wizard with only one step inside, the following error appears:

"ArgumentException: The "Max" value should be greater than 0."

If you have more than one step, everything works as expected.

 

----------ADMIN EDIT-----------

To avoid the exception, you can use at least two steps inside the Wizard.

Unplanned
Last Updated: 02 Aug 2021 12:58 by ADMIN
Created by: Mauro
Comments: 0
Category: Wizard
Type: Feature Request
4
Hello.
I wanted to know how I can modify the WizardStepper template?

Basically I want to customize the WizardStepper in a similar way to when it is customized in the Stepper component (https://docs.telerik.com/blazor-ui/components/stepper/step-template).

Since the WizardStepper is actually a Stepper, I suppose this is possible. The point is that I have not managed to do it. I'd tried WizardStepperSettings but only two properties can be configured from here (StepType and Linear).  

Thanks.

Mauro
Duplicated
Last Updated: 22 Jul 2021 13:48 by ADMIN

The keyboard navigation built into the Wizard control conflicts with DatePicker. When I used the up down arrows to change the date it causes the wizard to move to the next page.

 

I am able to reproduce this same issue right on the demo page Blazor Wizard Demos - Overview | Telerik UI for Blazor

 

Steps to Reproduce.

1. Complete the required password.

2. select the date field and use the up down arrow keys.

 

I'm not aware of any workaround since we cannot disable keyboard navigation on the Wizard control.

Unplanned
Last Updated: 19 Jul 2021 10:24 by ADMIN
Created by: Andre
Comments: 1
Category: Wizard
Type: Feature Request
4

 The disable option is still showing the step and it is not good for me. I have 35 types of transactions and all of them have generic and specific step.

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ADMIN EDIT

Here is a potential workaround - basic conditional markup can add or remove steps. The key thing is that they will be added to the end of the wizard if they had not been rendered. To handle this, dispose and re-initialize the component, so the step will be rendered at the correct position.

If you have complex steps, you can work around this by creating a collection of descriptor models for the list of steps and create the steps based on that collection, where you can keep the VIsible flag, in a fashion similar to this example for the TabStrip.

<TelerikButton OnClick="@ToggleStep">Toggle attachments step visibility</TelerikButton>

@if (WizardVisible)
{
    <TelerikWizard @bind-Value="@CurrStepIndex" >
        <WizardSteps>
            <WizardStep Label="Personal Details" Icon="user">
                <Content>
                    content here
                </Content>
            </WizardStep>

            @if (AttachmentsStepVisible)
            {
                <WizardStep Label="Attachments" Icon="paperclip">
                    <Content>
                        conditional content here
                    </Content>
                </WizardStep>
            }

            <WizardStep Label="Confirmation" Icon="check">
                <Content>
                    other content here
                </Content>
            </WizardStep>
        </WizardSteps>
    </TelerikWizard>
}


@code {
    bool AttachmentsStepVisible { get; set; }
    bool WizardVisible { get; set; } = true;

    int CurrStepIndex { get; set; }

    async void ToggleStep()
    {
        //dispose the Wizard
        WizardVisible = false;

        // defence against hiding the step when it is the last step, which would cause an exception
        if (AttachmentsStepVisible && CurrStepIndex == 2)
        {
            CurrStepIndex = 1;
        }

        //the actual visibility toggle
        AttachmentsStepVisible = !AttachmentsStepVisible;

        //allow some time for the disposal and toggling the step visibility prior to re-initialization
        await Task.Delay(10);

        //re-initialize the Wizard
        WizardVisible = true;

        StateHasChanged();
    }
}

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