When there is a DOM element with "page-break" class inside an element that is about to be exported to PDF, this "page-break" results in a new page in the reported PDF file.
If we hide the parent element in which the element with a "page-break" class is nested and export the content to PDF, in the result file, the content of the hidden DIV is not displayed but there are blank pages for each "page-break" class that can be found in the hidden element.
There are two blank pages at the beginning of the exported document. Each of these pages is a result of the "page-break" CSS classes inside the "#test" element
The "page-break" class should not result in the exported file if it is nested in a hidden element. Here is a Dojo demonstrating the correct behavior: https://dojo.telerik.com/iZAXiZEz
It would be nice to have onClick callback as a part of drawing props in spreadsheet.
When I have more than one image on a spreadsheet, on click of those images I want to get info about the image more specifically range of the topLeft cell the image is attached to.
I have explained a lil bit more here, and I also have a work around here for now but if we have onClick call back it will give us bit more control over the images in spreadsheet.
I think it make sense that Telerik will provide a built in tool to support QR Code scanning with the Kendo UI Mobile suites.
At the moment we need to use some 3rd parties JS libs for it and it will really help a lot if it will be part of the Kendo family and will support all type of OS/Devices.
On https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui?_ga=2.149841974.1082962146.1579102350-1080570292.1579102350 , all links in the "Sample Applications" section return 404 (for example https://demos.telerik.com/bootstrap/ )
Removing all URL params helps.
Any URL param ( https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui?x=1 ) reproduces the issue.
The workbook exporting to Excel generates a corrupted file when the name of some of its sheets contains a "cell-related" value - for example, "A1", "G5", "F45", etc.
When the saved file is opened in Excel, a "corrupted file" warning appears on the screen.
There shouldn't be any warnings when opening a saved workbook
Clicking an item in the parent list reveals the child list that replaces the parent list.
At the top of the child list, there is a < back item that allows returning to the parent list.
For examples, see the drawers at:
Please provide support of row grouping as it is going to be a very useful feature and excel is rich data file so we always need to group various sections. An example of the feature is available in the attached file and the link below.
When a custom class attribute is set via the columns.attributes option, the TreeList renders an additional class that is undefined.
Reproduction of the problem
1. Initialize a TreeList.
2. Set a custom class via the attributes option:
3. Inspect the relevant "td" element
Dojo sample for reproduction:
The TreeList should render only the specified classes.
* **Kendo UI version:** 2019.3.1023
* **jQuery version:** 1.12.4
* **Browser:** [all]
See dojo at https://dojo.telerik.com/@GaloisGirl/akAlaDIP .
The first DateTimePicker is set as readonly and has also aria-readonly manually set to true. It is correctly read by my screen reader (NVDA).
The second DateTimePicker is only set as readonly. It is read by the screen reader editable. It is not marked as readonly in the accessibility tree (per Firefox Developer Edition 71).
I can't find a formal specification, but this page says an input with ARIA role="combobox" needs to have "aria-readonly" set in addition to "readonly".
I'm documenting this for the DateTimePicker , but the same problem occurs for ComboBox ( https://dojo.telerik.com/@GaloisGirl/egeLOxIt ) and possibly other widgets that use the ARIA role combobox.
If you open the popup of the above components and resize the browser window with the popup still opened, the component is being resized according to the window size but the popup keeps its initial width.
The above scenario can be observed on this link: https://dojo.telerik.com/ovOTUDeV
The following typings are missing in @types/kendo-ui version 2019.3.0
Please provide keyboard shortcut & navigation to open a cell lookup list (menu) & for traversing menu items as shown below;
In Excel Alt+up or Alt+down arrow keys work for the same but in Kendo UI Jquery - spreadsheet , these keys are not working.
We would like the Kendo editor to provide more wysiwyg settings on headers in order to maintain accessibility standards for users. We need tables to default to data tables and not layout tables to meet accessibility checker standards.
When using the Kendo editor in Sitefinity, checking the "Associate cells with headers" box, nothing happens and I am not sure what steps need to be taken to associate them since that is the only setting in the table wizard that mentions headers. The only way to create headers is to go into the HTML and add them, this is not ideal for our users to have to do. This also creates an accessibility concern since all tables created default to layout tables versus data tables (in third-party accessibility checker), even when the table should be marked as a data table.
We need this MVC wysiwyg editor to fully function like it's webforms counterpart. As newer users to Sitefinity we were encouraged/directed to use MVC as the product was transitioning to this model from webforms. Unfortunately, not all of the tools transitioned to MVC retained all the functionality of their webform counterpart.
The mobile material theme does not apply specific styles to a button that has the "km-primary" class. Compare to the Nova mobile theme, which does have specific rules that use ".km-primary" selector.
CSS rules that use the ".km-primary" selector should be added to the theme.
We recently raised a ticket: 1424874.
We would like to request this ability to be added as a feature.
An error is thrown in the browser's console when pasting text + image from Word into the Kendo UI Editor: "Not allowed to load local resource: file:///C:/Users/..."
This is due to the inability of the browser to access the image file, located on the client machine.
The explanation of the above is the following. If you test the following sample (note, that it does not use Kendo) in Chrome, and try to paste text + image in the contenteditable <div>, you will observe the same error. The Editor also renders its content in an editable div element. The browser does not recognize that the user attempts to paste an image. Instead of reading the image data and loading it as a base64 string to the src attribute of the <img> element it generates an <img> tag which points to the clipboard location of the file on the client machine. As the browser is not allowed to access such resource, it trows the error observed and the image is not rendered.
To resolve this issue, when pasting only an image (no text), the Editor has its own internal implementation. Therefore, the user is able to paste images (e.g. clicking on the image in Word->Ctrl +C->then Ctrl + V in the Editor). However, when pasting it together with text, the widget does recognize the text and does not apply the custom processing aimed to convert the image. Therefore the native browser behavior of pasting images is exhibited.