Defining a custom namespace with Kendo.ns stops the displaying of all submenus in the Menu component.
This is a regression represented in R2 2019
The Menu component should work properly even when a custom Kendo namespace is being defined. To see the expected behavior put a comment on the following line:
kendo.ns = "kendo-";
I prepared a dojo example. https://dojo.telerik.com/oKIkuCaP
As can be seen from example, the MVVM context menu seems to ignore data-copy-anchor-styles option.
Current solution for us is to extend the kendo.ui.ContextMenu and set the copyAnchorStyles option to false.
Nested Menu items are not being expanded the first time that they are hovered:
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'parentsUntil' of undefined
This is regression introduced in R2 2019
Open this Dojo and run it. Open the browser's console and see the error.
When removing a non-existing item from a ContextMenu no error should be thrown.
The usage of $.uniqueSort() in jQuery 1.10.x throws an error in multiple components like Menu, DropDownList, DropDownTree, and TreeView.
Related to #4665
All components should work properly no matter of the jQuery version used.
To see the expected behavior change
<script src="https://kendo.cdn.telerik.com/2019.2.514/js/jquery.min.js"></script> in the provided Dojo.
WI Hi Telerik Team, Just wanted to point out that it would be nice if you could kindly put "-Bruce Lee" after the "Content is like water" quote. Thank you
In the kendo ui menu, we need the ability to associated a number (or primary key) with the menu so that when it is clicked we can then use this id and make an async js callback or the like. At the moment the only thing we have available is the menu item text. What happens if the menu has two menu items with the same text? ie File -> Properties and Folder -> Properties?
According to the documentation at: http://docs.kendoui.com/kendo-ui/api/web/menu#configuration-dataSource you can add the following information to a dataSource: text cssClass url encoded content imageUrl spriteCssClass However you cannot add an id to the menu item you are creating. This makes it very difficult to remove items by using: menu.remove("#Item1"); The only way round this is to assign a unique class to each menu item and then remove them using: menu.remove(".news"); If an id can be added that would be great. You have an example here: http://docs.kendoui.com/kendo-ui/api/web/menu#methods-remove Which is what we would like to do except the items will be created via a program and not static HTML.
It would be great to be able to simply connect the menu widget to a DataSource to populate. It will allow for a data driven menu, instead of having to handle that logic on the client side.
Add an overflow option/setting to the menu control. If the height or width of a menu group exceeds the current page viewport height or width, a new section would be added to the beginning and end of the menu to allow scrolling without adding scrollbars. Example - If a horizontal menu has a sub menu that exceeds the height of the current page viewport, add sections to the top and bottom of the sub menu to allow the menu items to be scrolled up or down (mouseover or click) without adding a scrollbar to the sub menu.
Kendo UI is so customizable, which is why I'm transitioning away from DHTMLX, jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile. The Menu currently allows some control over click events, but I think, in keeping with Kendo's current customization options, full control over click and hover events would be a great thing to have. I was able to mock this by commenting out 1 line of code, so to add as a configure option, this should be pretty easy to implement.