In the TimePicker (and other Date Input controls) you can in the input field use the arrow keys or mousewheel to go endless through the options. E.g. for minutes you can go directly from 00 to 59 using the down arrow. Especially with large ranges like minutes this is handy.
But in the popup you can't do that. It would be nice that the user can scroll directly from 00 to 59, 58 and so on. See composed image below.
(This should not be done when there are less options than the size of the popup, else you whould get duplicate options visible. That would be confusing for the user.)
Would be a usefull feature, especially when using this control on touch devices.
Currently the grid uses indexes to memorize which data row is expanded. When a new row is inserted (due to a new data item inserted in the underlying collection) before a currently expanded details row, then then expanded details view will shift to the row before (old index). This is not desirable in a scenario with a lot of adding/removing of items. It would be great if memorizing expanded details row could be bound to the data object.
I set start = year and depth = year.
I know that regarding documentation:
Note the option will not be applied if start option is lower than depth. Always set both start and depth options. In order to be able to select dates for the range you need to set the depth to month.
Is it possible to select range with months? I would like to select range for instance from Oct 2019 to Jan 2020. How it can be implemented using DateRangePicker ?
Is there way to have more configuration options on chart series DashTypes? For example, we'd like to use just dash (no dot), but with the capability of configuring how long the solid/white parts are. Currently, we are limited to 2 options: dash and longDash. We'd like to have more, e.g.,
1, _________ ____________ _____________
2, ______ _______ _______ _______ _______
3, ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
4, __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
It would be very helpful if Grid allow to prevent focus on cell out-of-box, at the moment, we have to handle focusin event then set focus to other cell, however when using navigation keys or shortcut key, we need to handle differently depend on which cell should be focus next.
- Use a grid with data coming from a service (or another source)
- Click the delete button (built in with the grid
It removes the element from the grid as soon as I click the button but I want to remove it only after confirming the deletion.
My team has identified a need for a sticky header on the scheduler. Essentially when scrolling down through a large scheduler, we would like an option for the header to be "sticky" or remain visible atop the scheduler as you scroll. We are unsure how difficult this would be, but allowing users to retain the resource reference regardless of how far they scroll would be very helpful!!! If this is not descriptive enough please feel free to let me know, and I can find some examples!
Hi Kendo Team,
it would be great to have a circular progress bar component for Angular with a custom icon or percentage in the middle of it, as shown below:
Thank you in advance.
Please add theme based on CSS variables. That would allow developers to change theme at run-time and offer our customers similar experience that most (large) web sites offers, like Gmail, Office 365 online ...
Also, in the long run, this could be the only theme that's needed. All others could be based on this one.
There is a filternodes option available but not with checkboxes. Would be glad to have Treeview filter(with checkboxes) something similar kenod jquery component(attached the link and screenshot for your reference). Is there any plans to release this feature in near future?
Hi, I was going through Treeview in angular 5. What I feel lacking in Treeview is search functionality. I would be very thankful if you can provide search functionality. Thanks
It is really hard to check change log for every component you have. Why not implement common change log for all components.
I already talk to Carl Bergenhem (Product Manager for Kendo UI) about that, and he reply:
Great suggestion! I’ll sync this with our web site team and try to see if we can create something like this!
As picture says more then 1000 words, I attach propose solution.