I was using save and edit buttons in RadEditor on ASP.NET Ajax extensivelly. Now, I've moved to MVC and noticed that these buttons don't exist at all!!! It's very weird. Ok, save functionality can be achieved fairly easily, but printing the content of an editor not much. I assumed that, when you were building MVC controls you would deliver the same functionality as in Ajax controls. Anyway, adding these buttons to editor tools would be great.
Currently when inside a table, the functionality for adding more tables disappears and is replaced by the table edit tools, however in our software tables are used to layout the HTML rendered by the editor, which prevents users adding tables at all. We need to keep ours set up this way and cannot switch to a CSS way of building the HTML :(
Such that it looks like: a) jdkfjdk fdkfj dkjf dfkjdf kjf b) djfkdjfk df dkf dkfjdkfjdkf dkfjd c) kdj fkdjfk djfkjd fkj fkfj Word does this and it is useful. Uppercase and Lowercase options would be useful too.
Hi, our project consists from two almost independent parts. First uses most of kendo things and the second uses only editor with pretty basic tools.
Kendo Editor and it's plugins depend on most things of lib so custom build with only editor option almost has no sense. Would be nice to have ability to switch off plugins/tools from editor during building. Also would be nice to add custom build options to less.
The fontName tool shows an incorrect font name and gets focus after text selection.
* Open and run https://dojo.telerik.com/OHOHikin demo.
* Set the cursor to Line1, note an incorrect value in the fontName dropdown.
* Select/highlight Line4, choose Arial in the fontName dropdown and note an incorrect value in the dropdown.
* Put the cursor at the end of Line6, select Line4 and Line5 and Line6 using the mouse. Note that the keyboard focus has shifted to the fontName dropdown.
Is it possible to have several Kendo UI Editors on one page with a single toolbar?
Pål Christian Eidem
Unable to resize a column inside a table inserted in Editor
This is a regression represented after Kendo UI 2019.2.619
Please check this video for more details
The columns inside a table should be resizable.
Copied text is pasted with some (editor's ?) styles.
1. Open the Demo page in the Edge browser:
2. Copy some words (e.g. "Kendo UI Editor") from the editor's default text.
3. Paste them at the end of the text.
4. Open developer tools (F12).
5. On the Elements tab, select the pasted paragraph and check its style, you will see <span style="display: inline !important; etc.
Currently, the images in the Editor component are being handled as base64 code. Inserting larger images could cause browser issues.
This is why it will be nice if there is a built-in functionality that enables configuration options to setup upload for images on Drop/Paste upload and insert links to the destination path.
Features of this functionality:
Hi, steps to reproduce problem:
1. Crete editor with content:
<p>hello <strong contenteditable="false">OMG</strong> world</p><p>﻿</p>
2. Put cursor at the end
3. Hit backspace
Strong tag disappears but it shouldn't.
Attached html file with the case.
The div-based (inline) editor changes the size of the editor container as the text in the editor changes - it both increases and decreases in height as the user changes content.
We'd like to have the same capabilities in the iframe-based editor so that the DOM around it can flow according to the current content size.
Dear Telerik team,
when I apply a HTML-text with a paragraph to kendo editor it does show a vertical scroll bar in IE. Which is wrong. Chrome does not. See this dojo: https://dojo.telerik.com/AsuNiPuh/4
How can I fix this?
1. use safari browser
3. copy a long text over 25 characters
4. paste the copied text in the editor
5. notice that the scroll takes you to the bottom of the page, The same is not noticed in any other browser.
6. This is very inconvenient.
Editor using editable Div container is really better, for various reasons, that editor using iframe.
Inline Editor can be the solution, but I want also a nice standard editor as the standard mode.
A simple and good solution can be add a new parameter as "toolbarContainer" that is a dom element where editor put the toolbar.
If noset in standard mode, editor apply standard strategy and put it in a div on top of iframe.
If noset in inline mode, editor apply standard strategy and put it in a flying popup.
if set, toolbar editor put toolbar in the selected area.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Go to https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/editor/index using IE11
2. Delete a sentence in the editor by repeatedly pressing the backspace key.
The characters are deleted slowly with noticeable lag and jank.
The following profile shows the FPS drop when you repeatedly press backspace.
I believe the call to refreshTools is expensive (for IE) and it is invoked on every keyup for backspace.
@progress/kendo-ui version 2019.1.115 the default create table feature is not working. It is not working on multiple browsers even here: https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/editor/all-tools
the table wizard works but not the cell selection way. Is there a fix for this soon?
Currently, Editor's Formatting tool is that it works with block elements. But there are many scenarios where inline formatting is required and is very common. Hence, requesting to enhance the formatting option that works for both block and inline elements is a must-have for the Kendo UI Editor.
For more details on issue: #1362675 ticket was raised