Allow creation of custom labels that can be placed any where on the chart surface using x, y coordinates.
Please allow us to set tooltip offsets, so I whatever value you calculate it to be shown at I can "push" it off further. Also please append a class showing of the location of the tooltip (top, bottom, left, right) to help us style appropriatly.
I have a list view of unassigned users, I can drag and drop from listview into a treeview to assign them to a group node in the treeview. (This works) I need to drag multiple items to the same group node to add more than one person at a time. multiple draggables to one dropTarget.
For a column chart, both the column and its (optional) label can be clicked and wired up with seriesClick. However, the cursor only turns into a pointer (hand) when hovering over the column; it does not do this for the label above, even though it's active. I'd like this to be consistent, and thus have hovering over the label turn the cursor into a pointer as well.
At the moment the Scheduler allows multiple appointment selection with Ctrl key held down. I would like to be able to choose between Single or Multiple selection mode, just like a Combobox. I believe there are real and valid use cases to restrict users to 1 selection at a time.
I would like to be able to configure a tooltip to be shown if the user hovers over an x-axis category. I would also like it to be dynamic based on the category. My use case is each x axis category represents a flight, to keep the label succinct I use the flight number, however it would be good if the user could find out more information about the flight such as the date, departure, destination etc. Currently I put this information in the tooltip for the data series, but when I show multiple data series this text looks out of place and also makes it harder to see the data relating to the data series point.
Useful for automatically splitting the major dimension of a screen/view, for example. Especially handy for supporting tablet orientation change. Or, add an orientation() or setConfig() method, to support horizontal/vertical toggle via script.
Support for injecting some custom header information in the export PDF and Excel? e.g. You are exporting some grid to excel or pdf and you want do display the search parameters in the header of the document.
Suppose a model is defined with settings for editable, required, validation, etc. Then this model is used a datasource's schema. Instances of the datasource's data will be models. However, if a model is bound to some HTML view, it's settings are not applied to the view. All settings have to be manually applied to the HTML elements. I suggest that these settings are applied automatically. Then for example, a field's property like "required" wouldn't have to be coded at two different places.
I would love to see this happen in the next release! The hacks out there work, but we're still forced to use the Select2 library to do this well. We want to use Kendo for the whole project.
I am showing gauges right next to charts, but the gauge doesn't have a title like the charts do. I'm going to have to create and position my own title, and style it just like the charts. It would be nice if the gauge had a title, and seems like a fairly easy addition. Thanks!
Please add the following things in Kendo UI validators for compare, password length check, password complexity check, RangeValidator, ValidationSummary
You can currently set series labels to position "center" on the pie chart to get them to render on the slices, but sometimes slices are too small to contain these labels. It would be great if there were an option for the chart to detect when a slice is too small and render the label outside the chart, while still rendering labels on pie slices that are big enough to contain them.
Add the ability to display the Show/Hide Column menu by right clicking the Column Header instead of going through the "Column Menu". It would also be nice if you could access the Filter directly instead of going through the "Column Menu" The current Column Menu unnecessarily hides functionality in a menu that should be more easily accessible.