Currently, the auto resize of the the columns does not take the width of the grid into account. I don't think this is how most users would expect this to work. The autofit of the columns should be able to resize the columns so that they work as best they can within the grid's bounds. Now, when I autofit my columns, the first thing I have to do is resize the columns manually so I can see the whole row on the screen. Since I end up resizing the columns manually anyway, autofit ends up not really helping me much. Some toolkits I have used have a resize mode for a table which determines whether or not all columns are to always be visible or not. If all the columns are to always be visible, resizing one column needs to resize the others so that everything still fits. This "mode" could determine which algorithm autofit should use
We would like to use the Angular DatePicker with Fast Navigation Bar style and would like to change the height and width of the monthly view to expand to the size of the device and show multiple months.
After communicating with support we learned this was not currently possible so we are requesting it be added as a feature.
This is going into a mobile application and we would like to use all of the screen to display a calendar control. If it helps to understand conceptually, it would be similar to the Apple Calendar, on Apple Devices, with a few differences but having the months span the entire screen.
We are looking for a calendar control to work in a mobile app written with Angular and using Cordova to deploy as a native application. Since it's a mobile app, it will need to work on a variety of different devices and we want the user experience to be the same for all.
We are implementing something similar to the Apple Calendar. It will have a weekly view at the time, implemented with an in-house control, and clicking on the Month's Name in the top left will open the monthly view which is where we were hoping to use the Telerik control.
We would like the calendar view to fit to the viewport so you do not see any of the app behind the calendar. If in Portrait view, it should be responsive in width but not display any additional data. It's height should expand to see additional weeks, or months if there's enough room.
We don't know exactly what we'll do for Landscape view yet. One thought is that it should be responsive in height but not display more than one month vertically. It should expand in width displaying additional months if the entire month can fit in the viewport. The latter scenario is open to design changes. It could also be implemented similarly to Landscape view.
If a DatePicker input is set to not required and a user enters an incomplete date like 05/day/2018, the component does not recognize the value and the input is null. This behaviour is ok, the problem is, that no validation is triggered. In such a case, a validation error should be thrown such as "incomplete date" or "invalid", but nothing happens. To allow the form validation of an incomplete date, such a validation is needed.
Enabling Shift-key zooming in the stockChart produces an exception when the user Zooms.
I was told by T. Tsonev that this feature is not supported in the stockChart.
Here is a example:
I would like to allow users to sort single and multiple at the same time.
This could be achieved by adding another option to SortSettings: Single | Multiple | SingleShiftMultiple. The name is not the best proposal, but describes desired behaviour:
By default when user click column, previous sort is cleared and new is applied. But if user holds down shift key, new sort is added to SortDescriptor (current behaviour for multiple).
The Toolbar was recently release with R2 2018. We were looking forward to this component but noted that the "Overflow" anchor property has not been implemented. This is the most compelling feature on the JQuery version. Can you revisit the toolbar code and add this feature?
Like the SAPUI5 object page control, it is a tabstrip with horizontal orientation of the tab headers but vertical allignment of all tab sections within the tab content container. If the user clicks on one tab header, the tab content container will be scrolled down to the tab section linked to the tab header.
A preview is given in the link below.
Our particular app does not allow overlapping or concurrent events. If I have an event on the calendar it leaves extra open space at the end of the event for the user to click on and schedule another event. How do I remove the whitespace and make the event fill the entire slot container?
If you look at the 12pm "Dance Practice" event you can see the space on the end, I want the entire slot filled. I tried CSS forcing the .k-event to 100% width which works with the daily view but this breaks the weekly view.
I know I can add logic to the click event to check if an event already exists and just ignore the click, but that is not very efficient and it still leaves that space on the end which serves no purpose and kind of ugly. Any ideas?
With the jQuery controls you had a nice feature that you could add multiple parse formats in which the value could be parsed and have a single one for displaying the value. In the Angular implementation you are limited to a single format that the user should follow, which is very inconvenient as different users are used to type differently.
Would be nice to allow users to type a value in any format that is appropriate for their locale. For example I might want to accept
M/d for dates, for example, and the date to "autocomplete" to the correct value once the user looses focus.