Dropping an image into the Editor's content results in the image being opened in the browser instead of being added to the widget's content. Reproducible in Chrome, IE and Edge. If there is existing content and the image is dropped in it, the image is added to the content as expected.
Regression introduced in 2019.2.619.
Related to #4994
The image is opened in the browser.
The image is added to the Editor's content.
The Editor adds an extra
element after the nested table:
No empty paragraph is added on pasting content.
Once the content area is blurred it can be focused only by clicking its upper part.
Regression introduced in R2 2019 SP1. Reproducible only in Chrome.
Content is not focused.
Content is focused.
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.
When a bullet list with a nested table is created in Word, and then copied into the Editor, a "Cannot read property 'cells' of undefined" error is being thrown. The issue can be reproduced only when the msConvertLists option is set.
Paste content from editor-test.docx.
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?
@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?
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.