Pending Review
Last Updated: 29 Dec 2018 16:20 by ADMIN

Hi,

When editing a workbook with the Spreadsheet component, if a user switches from a worksheet to another, then moves the scrollbars, when switching back, although the active cell is adequately recovered, the scrollbars are not (the user experience is that they do not react to worksheet switching).

Is this behavior planned to be changed? Is there a workaround?

Best

Pending Review
Last Updated: 05 Dec 2019 06:22 by Naveen
Different scroll position should be persisted for each sheet.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 17 Dec 2018 14:57 by ADMIN
Created by: Brian
Comments: 1
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
0

It would be nice to have custom attributes for rows and cells so that I can track things behind the scenes such as row identifiers that could be used to update a corresponding rows in a the data base. This id would not be editable by the user. There are many more uses I would like this for and that is just one example.

I would rather not have to create a column in the spreadsheet just for this and then hide it. I find that very clunky.

 

Thanks.

In Development
Last Updated: 28 Nov 2018 08:19 by ADMIN

Currently, after export to excel and opening the exported file again in Spreadsheet, the row heights for rows with predefined height change. The above could be easily observed on the Index demo:

* initially, the height of the top row is set to 70px;

* export the Spreadsheet to Excel;

* after re-importing the above file, the height of the first row "Invoice #52" becomes 81px without any apparent reason.

Completed
Last Updated: 04 Jun 2019 09:24 by ADMIN
Currently the font sizes in the Spreadsheet are in pixels, while in Excel they are in points (pt). The values for the fontSize remains the same upon export / import. As a result, fonts in Excel appear lager than those in Spreadsheet.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 27 Nov 2018 14:25 by ADMIN
Created by: DerekAlfonso
Comments: 1
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
1

Hello,

We are using Spreadsheet widget in our system and have following questions to meet the demands of our customers:

  1. How can the filters be limited to valid choices by type of column? For example a numeric column does not need Filter By Condition options by date or by text containing values.
  2. On initial drop down of the filter the Filter by Value section opens, since most of our columns are numeric that isn't useful. How could we collapse the filter by value option on initial opening of the filter?

Currently we use spreadsheet filtering configuration according to this example:

            $("#spreadsheet").kendoSpreadsheet({
                sheets: [
                {
                    name: "OrdersLog",
                    mergedCells: [
                        "A1:G1",
                        "A2:F2"
                    ],
                    filter: {
                        ref: "A3:G49",
                        columns:[]
                    },

Can you please provide us with working examples of configuration (or required code adjustments) that will help us to meet the requrements above?

Pending Review
Last Updated: 20 Nov 2018 14:47 by ADMIN
Created by: Dave
Comments: 2
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
1

The sheets bar should be configurable with some configuration options to control the ability to..

1. Add sheets

2. Remove sheets

3. Rename sheets

4. Reorder sheets


Pending Review
Last Updated: 20 Nov 2018 14:30 by ADMIN

1. The top tab section (with the Home, Insert, Data, Undo, Redo) button of the toolbar should be configurable to be hidden, i.e. "single toolbar" configuration should be supported. Since it is possible to configure the toolbar to show custom items, it should also be possible to hide other tabs and the undo/redo button and only have a single toolbar as the configuration.

/* Style hack to hide the "Home/Insert/Data" tabstrip at the top of the spreadsheet. */
.k-spreadsheet-tabstrip.k-tabstrip {
    & > ul {
        display: none;
    }

    & .k-content {
        border-top: 0px;
    }
}

/**
 * Style hack to hide the undo/redo buttons in the quick-access toolbar.
 */
.k-tabstrip-wrapper .k-spreadsheet-quick-access-toolbar {
    display: none;
}

Pending Review
Last Updated: 09 Nov 2018 16:41 by Prasadh
When we use custom validation for a cell using below method
kendo.spreadsheet.defineFunction("CUSTOM_VALIDATION", function(num){});
its triggered for each cell. Let say i have applied this validation method for 100 cells. If i changed any one cell then this method got invoked 100 times. Instead it should execute single time i.e, for that changed cell only. We cant keep 100 different methods for 100 cells. This will impact more on performance. Please look it on this and fix accordingly. 
This feature will be helpful for complex usage.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 08 Oct 2018 18:23 by Prasadh
Created by: Prasadh
Comments: 0
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
2
IF any custom validation available for spreadsheet cells, then while exporting the sheet, those validation error messages or formats not getting exported. So here it will be helpful if its exports validations too. So user can see error in both UI and Exported file. 
In the below example, user can see the error messages in ui but cant see on the exported file. 
https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/controls/data-management/spreadsheet/how-to/validation-to-column
Pending Review
Last Updated: 03 Oct 2018 19:18 by George
Created by: George
Comments: 0
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
1
Ability to set a cell with font Strikethrough
Pending Review
Last Updated: 24 Jan 2019 09:12 by ADMIN
Created by: WT
Comments: 2
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
5
In percent-formatted cells, Excel will place a '%' as the user types. This allows 50% to be entered as '50'.

Steps (excel and kendo):

1. Format a cell as percent

2. Enter 50

Excel shows "50.00%". The actual value is .5

Kendo widget shows "5000.00%". The actual value is 50
Pending Review
Last Updated: 24 Jul 2018 20:55 by ADMIN
Created by: WT
Comments: 0
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
5
Currently only the global culture is used to parse dates. This behavior differs from Excel as I can enter 1/1/19 to parse to 1/1/2019.

I would like the widget to format using the chosen date culture (mm/dd/yyyy), but parse in an optional way, such as mm/dd/yy.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 06 Jul 2018 05:13 by Doug Hills
I have altered the kendo code to add row and column references to the k-spreadsheet-cell dom objects. A sample of this is: 
<div style="color: rgb(81, . . .  class="k-spreadsheet-cell r17c1 row-17 col-1"> . . . .
I have items that I wish to place on top of cells in the spreadsheet.
I can use these classes to identify the dom element corresponding to a spreadsheet cell object. I wish that this thing would let me post images. This is working really well. 
Request: It would be nice if the spreadsheet code to do this out of the box. Further, it would be beneficial to add a 'tag' property to a spreadsheet cell that would be indicated in the cell's dom object. If a cell has a tag, it should be rendered even if it doesn't have non-trivial formatting or a value.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 18 May 2018 16:08 by ADMIN
Created by: Imported User
Comments: 0
Category: Spreadsheet
Type: Feature Request
1
It would be great to be able to put buttons inside a cell or merged cell for atomic functionality. 
Actually I would really need it for a project we are working on at our company.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 02 Apr 2018 19:30 by Telerik Admin
Hi Progress - just some quick feedback: 1. Telerik Control Panel updates - it feels like a lot of the time, when the TCP needs updating the user has to manually uninstall the old version and the install the new one using the .exe installer. If the TCP could automatically handle this process, that would be appreciated. 2. The various Telerik Spread Processing libraries (and other document processing libraries) can only be installed as an included component of the Telerik "UI for X" library installations. It would be great if there was an option in the TCP to do a standalone installation of just the Spread Processing libraries. Thanks and kind regards, - Lawrence
Pending Review
Last Updated: 13 Mar 2018 14:01 by Mike
type =IF( "a"="A" ; 1 ; 0 ) and =IF( EXACT("a";"A") ; 1 ; 0 )
into Kendo Spreadsheet and Google Spreadsheet and MS Excel.
There is a special EXACT function (which is also available in Kendo) to enforce case-sensitivity. By default it should be off.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 14 Feb 2018 05:39 by Johnson
total row count should display on footer like in excel , row count should change after each filter , also option for to add "action link" to the columns so that we can navigate/popup to other pages..
Pending Review
Last Updated: 22 Dec 2017 15:15 by ADMIN
I checked out the feature request provisions on your site. Since I'd like to include photos with my description, I'm hoping that it is okay that I send this to you for forwarding on to the appropriate audience.

My feature request involves the spreadsheet control in Kendo's JQuery controls

The request is for an attribute to be added to a cell of a spreadsheet which can be used by JQuery to associate the HTML dom element with the spreadsheet's javascript model. Here is why:


In needing to place things in the cells of spreadsheets (such as images and my own custom controls) as can be seen in my images 1 and 2, it is necessary to know which div.k-spreadsheet-cell corresponds with a kendo javascript spreadsheet cell. As a work around, I have given my custom controls an index number. In the kendo javascript object, I set the cell's background color to the same value as that index. This gave me two benefits: 1) it put a characteristic on the cell's div object that could identify the cell; 2) it rendered the cell even if it had no content--this is particularly important.

In my image 4, you can see the background color attribute of a cell div. In image 3, you can see my collection of custom controls. Each of my div.custom-control has a control_index property. I have a routine that runs periodically to reckon the location and size of each control whose background color is set to a value matching one of my cell's control indices. Once located, the controls are laid down onto their respective cells at their appropriate size (or made invisible if the target cell is scrolled off of the container).

This work around contains a lot of painful overhead. For instance, when a spreadsheet is first rendered, I have to traverse the div.k-spreadsheet-cell elements to check their background color attributes. If they qualify, a css class must be placed on the cell so that a black cell isn't presented in the time that it takes to reckon and position my custom controls.

If there were a 'tag' attribute that could be added to a cell's javascript model and that tag was ascribed to the div.k-spreadsheet-cell element (AND make the element render even if it is otherwise trivial), this operation would be a lot easier. I think that I'm not the only one who would like to take some control over the dom objects of the spreadsheet control. 

I would be happy to discuss this further with anybody who is interested.

Thanks,

Doug
Pending Review
Last Updated: 11 Dec 2017 17:46 by Tristan
The spreadsheet widget should be able to take an imported .xlsx file, such as a preconstructed template, and update bound database tables if the fields match.