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?
_detectEnd works incorrectly with IDN links.
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.
It would be nice to have a boolean property with the Editor to detect an enter keypress, and end the current style. We have custom css classes that the user "can't get out of" without going into the html view. Another option would be a tool that would "end formatting" so that further content would be unformatted. This problem can be seen at one of the demos, http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/web/editor/styles.html. Go to the end of the content, type something, choose the "highlight" style, hit enter. The style is permanent until you use the arrow key down or click below the current content.
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:
Is it possible to have several Kendo UI Editors on one page with a single toolbar?
Pål Christian Eidem
Please have a look at the following example:
Steps to reproduce:
1. Select a single word in the editor, e.g. ipsum.
2. Click the Clean formatting button.
3. The background color of the selected word was not changed.
Currently, the cleanFormatting tool works for removing the format from the entire element and does not split the content if a word is selected. This could be enhanced so that the selected part of the element is split into a new nested element whit no formatting.