In mobile devices, when a nested folder is renamed in the FileManager, the parent folder is displayed in the dialog for renaming.
The parent folder name is displayed in the dialog for renaming. The parent folder is renamed after saving (screencast)
It should be possible to rename nested folders on mobile devices.
The tooltip for the ListView button (ListView) in the FileManager is misleading. Consider renaming it to "thumbnails" or less confusing text. Currently, it leads to the impression that the items would be represented as normal list instead of as items in the ListView widget.
Less confusing text should be used for tooltip for the ListView button.
When the views.grid option of the FileManager is used and the filterable option is enabled, the filter menu is empty. Also the 'Date Created' column is empy.
Currenlty, the filter menu of the Grid in the 'Grid View' is empty. The 'Date Created' column does not show the dates.
The filter menu in the 'Grid View' and the 'Date Created' column of the FileManager should be not be empty.
As a temporary workaround, the fields of the model could be defined with lowercase. Here is a Dojo example where the workaround is applied.
As of version "@types/kendo-ui": "2020.3.0":
FileManager methods: path, view, getSelected, getSize have return type void, which is a pain to handle since it can't even be cast to bool.
FileManager method navigate doesn't accept params, should accept string 'path'.
FileManagerContextMenu interface is missing all event handlers: close, open, activate, deactivate, select.
The following are not exposed:
Follow steps in sample at https://dojo.telerik.com/@GaloisGirl/OJUPoYOY/8
When the FileManager is initialized with a local data source the Context Menu is not displayed.
The context menu is not displayed. The Context menu is not expected to be displayed for the built-in rename and delete commands, but a context menu is not displayed when custom commands are implemented.
A context menu should be displayed when local data source is used.
I am using Kendo UI Version: 2020.2.617 R2 SP1 2020 and I am having issues with the Rename functionality of the FileManager in IE 11 and Chrome.
In IE 11, If I rename a Folder from the left navigation pane (or tree view) then it works just fine; the api/FileManager/Update endpoint is called by the FileManager widget. But when I rename a File or Folder from the "view pane" (by right-clicking to get the context menu), then the Open event is executed (like if you double clicked the file) instead of the Update endpoint being called.
In Chrome (latest version), I get the same thing, but with the exception that I can rename a folder (not a File) from the context menu.
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With LESS bootstrap theme, the scrollbar does not appear in the ListView if there are too many files.
The scrollbar does not appear when there are too many items in the ListView.
A scrollbar should appear
If a FileManager is configured using MVVM an error in the console appears.
Currently an error appears: "Uncaught TypeError: i.items is not a function"
There should be no errors when FileManager is configured with MVVM.
Context: my communication with the back-end is wrapped in a library, that handles the xhr requests and if needed, throws a custom exception. My transport is therefore made of functions. The sample below simulates getting an error from that library.
Reproducible in the demos.
The breadcrumb does not update with the new folder name. Note that if you select another folder (e.g. Documents) after renaming Images and navigate back to the renamed folder the breadcrumb properly displays its new name.
The change in the folder name is reflected in the breadcrumb.
The FileManager shows only the Documents folder
The FileManager shows all folders on root level (Documents and Images)
Run sample at https://dojo.telerik.com/@GaloisGirl/axacOhOC and click "New Folder".
Hi, there is a bug in the default multiple files preview template. You can see in the demo if you select more than 1 file the preview icon is very small: https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/filemanager/index
It's because it's missing the k-file-icon class.
<span class="k-icon k-i-file"></span>
<span class="k-file-icon k-icon k-i-file"></span>