As you can see from the image below the tab strip tabs can keep getting added and they do not care where the parent DIV or any other container ends. It would be appropriate for them to allow for scrolling if it goes outside the width of its container.
This is the way it is handled in jQuery
We encountered a problem when using kendo-sortable component in IE11. If we use this component anywhere on the page, all input fields on the page become unclickable. It seems to happen in the last version of this control (maybe because of a global click event listener? )
Hope you can help with this issue.
You can check out the following Stackblitz example which is based on your basic usage example: https://angular-t7vi5k.stackblitz.io/
Thanks in advance and happy holidays,
I want to filter the scheduler data but I had to add the OwnerId property to the node package interface in order to be able to do so... yet the sample data provided in the examples does include the ownerId, so im guessing all that needs to be done is to add it to the interface.
The example does not work:
When both virtual scrolling and grouping are enabled via the kendoGridGroupBinding directive, and the Grid is
navigable, focus is trapped in the header row when down or up arrow is pressed:
Focus any content cell
Press up/down - focus goes to the header cell of the respective column and is trapped in the header row
On a feedback portal search and paging is not working.
Open feedback portal and enter search criteria with more then five item. example
When you want to view result for second page, search is not preserved (it is empty).