We build a project on Kendo, and incorrectly assumed we would see similar levels of tools in the ditor as per the ASP.Net ajax implementation. We were surprised to find the image editor was not available. I guess I dont really understand why you couldnt call the existing functionality from the server side using Ajax as a fast way to beef up the functionality for Kendo?
The editor should be able to paste text from word 1:1. Currently it's not working wekk, Have a look at this post in your support forum: http://www.kendoui.com/forums/ui/editor/copy-text-from-office-to-editor.aspx
I want imageBrowser have a options to set allow Multiple upload images. I was try set multiple = true in upoad controls in imageBrowser but It's not working well.
Currently the floating toolbar for an inline Editor (a contentEditable div as opposed to a textarea) is positioned relative to the document body, not the Editor itself. If for example your Editor is in a div with its own overflow-y: scroll while the body has overflow: hidden, as is the default in a SharePoint 2010 page, then as you scroll this div, your editor will scroll in the div, but the toolbar remains fixed, when it should scroll along with the editor. We need to be able to append the toolbar to an arbitrary container so that it can be positioned relative to the editor.
Editor selected default font name and font size display as "inherited" in toolbar tool dropdown. Can you please add this option or remove the "inherited" value? I don't understand how this is useful in anyway. Why would the user want to see "inherited" and not the actual value. That makes no sense and you guys added something this and wasted time on a feature that adds no value to our end users, none.
Create events for the ImageBrowser for both standard widget and MVC Wrappers. Many times I want to style my images that are being inserted by wrapping them in some custom HTML DIV's and SPAN's. This would allow them to include code for prettyPhoto for example, contain classes that can float the image right or left, allow for margin's, etc. Including the capability of adding snippets that would wrap around the image when Insert is clicked would add a lot of value. I guess templates could be used, but the capability would need to be there. Anything to allow me to modify the way the Image HTML is inserted into my text would save me lots of time.
ASP.NET AJAX RadEditor is much user friendly (i.e. image resize with mouse, styling some simple properties like margin...etc.). We use Kendo UI and HTML5 in our new projects, but in our custom CMS we had to integrate RadEditor, because it is very smart and user friendly and gives a great helping hand and many functionalities to our users who has no html and css experiences. Kendo Editor is still not a tool for a CMS, it is good only for writing some sentences to news or for some very-very simple editing task.
We are in research for a controls which supports Track Changes features same as the track changes in MS Word. Our application is developed in MVC and we are trying to get a Kendo UI control which supports Track Changes features. Our requirement details in brief: - The control should be compatible with MVC architecture. - It should support Text editor basic features. - It should support Track Changes for any changes made by User in the text editor. - It should keep the history of changes made by each Users who have changes the text for any purpose. - Popup comments are required for each changes including text formatting such as (bold, italic, underline, strikethrough and ordered\unordered list). - It should also have the functionalities for Undo-Redo changes and Accept/Reject changes. - Features should be able to extent\customize using JQuery or other scripting methods.
We are using Kendo UI editor in our project and one of our requirement was to implement the inline comment feature. I have implemented a extension to Kendo editor using JS inbuild functions and CSS to create a Inline comments for any text in the editor. User can select any text in the kendo editor and add review comments against it. Other user can see the comments, Reply to the comments or add, delete, edit their own comments. User can clear all the comments on click of one button.
For the editor, I would like to suggest an upgrade to "Insert hyperlink". It would be great if you would split out the prefix from the address and have a selector that allows the user to choose website, email, or phone. Selector: Website/Email/Phone Address:firstname.lastname@example.org Text: Kendo UI Tooltip: Click Here Open Link in new window: No Results: <a href="http://www.kendoui.com">Kendo UI</a> <a href="mailto:email@example.com">Kendo UI</a> <a href="tel:8883652779">Kendo UI</a>
I would like the editor to have more support for Bootstrap editing. Adding and controlling col-* div containers using the editor. Most modern editors have such control but none excels. Adding support for glyph icons and responisve tables and commonly used class for them, such as "table-striped".
The Editor is currently very reliant on inline styles. Inline styles can be used for XSS attacks, and per the OWASP guidelines they should be sanitized: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/XSS_(Cross_Site_Scripting)_Prevention_Cheat_Sheet#RULE_.234_-_CSS_Escape_And_Strictly_Validate_Before_Inserting_Untrusted_Data_into_HTML_Style_Property_Values This is not easy to do "after the fact", as it needs to be two way. Suggest that the editor can be customized similar to TinyMCE (https://www.tinymce.com/docs/configure/content-formatting/#exampleofusageoftheformatsoption) to allow classes rather than inline styles.
Please add support NewLineMode property like in RadEditor. I need this behavior: The last available option of the NewLineMode property is Div which will insert a div (<div> tag) on every carriage return (pressing Enter). In order to insert a <br /> tag in this mode press Shift+Enter . More info: http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/aspnet-ajax/controls/editor/managing-content/control-new-line-behavior
In the editor, offer tools to collaborate on shaping text/content. This would include Word-like functionality to add notes/comments and use track changes with the ability to accept/reject notes, comments, and redlines.
Currently you cannot rename a folder. If you can create and delete you should also be able to rename.