Please support Kendo Dialog draggable option just like kendo window does. I don't see any reason why this option is not supported.
Posted on:09 Jun 2021 20:06
I agree Thomas. It's necessary in Dialog.
Posted on:21 Apr 2021 14:34
As Plamen Zdravkov explained: In general the main conceptual design difference between our Dialog and the Window across all our suites is that the Window can be dragged and resized while the Dialog don't have these features. And due to inactivity after the response, we are declining this request.
As far as I understand the scenario what we need here is a widget that has both action buttons and is resizable and draggable. Please correct me if your scenario is somehow different!
In general the main conceptual design difference between our Dialog and the Window across all our suites is that the Window can be dragged and resized while the Dialog don't have these features. Having this in mind in order to help you achieve your cases we would rather have to enhance our Window with the ability to define 'actions' in a similar way the Dialog is doing it currently than adding resize and move to our Dialog widget.
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Posted on:15 Dec 2020 15:11
Dragging a dialog is a very common feature present in other libraries. It's very useful when you want to take a look at what's behind the dialog, especially on modal mode. We bought a number of developer licences to evaluate KendoUI library and not having this basic feature might impact our decision about renewing, let alone buying more licenses.
Posted on:22 Feb 2018 17:05
I agree with Ken although resizing is not as important to me as dragging.
Posted on:26 Jun 2017 16:51
And resizing also. I would like to be able to both drag around and resize the dialog. it would also be great if I could set the initial location of the dialog in by either relative position of absolute position.