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Last Updated: 07 Aug 2019 06:27 by ADMIN

The tooltip display position of KendoReact Chart  is incorrect

See the code.thank you

https://stackblitz.com/edit/react-vu1ffd?file=app/main.jsx

 

 

 

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Last Updated: 26 Jun 2019 14:05 by ADMIN
Created by: Nathaniel
Comments: 1
Type: Bug Report
0

I am using the ComboBox component in IE11.  When the control has a value, the clear button covers the select arrow at the right of the control.  This occurs because IE11 does not allow nested calc() calls in the CSS width property, e.g. 

.k-dropdown-wrap .k-clear-value {
    right: calc(calc( 0.75rem + 17px) + 6.5px);
}

Removing the inner calc() works well enough:

.k-dropdown-wrap .k-clear-value {
    right: calc(( 0.75rem + 17px) + 6.5px);
}

Unfortunately, this rule seems to originate from a CSS function call to which I do not have access.  Is it possible to remove the inner calc()?

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Last Updated: 26 Jun 2019 14:04 by ADMIN
Created by: Nathaniel
Comments: 6
Type: Bug Report
0

When rendering an AutoComplete, I get the following warning:

Warning: Failed prop type: Invalid prop `children` supplied to `Popup`.
    in Popup (created by ListContainer)
    in ListContainer (created by AutoComplete)
    in span (created by AutoComplete)
    in AutoComplete

I have tried this in the simple case below:

ReactDOM.render(
    <AutoComplete
        className="form-control"
        required={true}
        validationMessage="Location Required." />,
    document.getElementById('root'));
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Last Updated: 14 Jan 2019 06:31 by ADMIN

We are evaluating the React Grid component for our application and need to be able to have rows that span all columns.  To do this, I have created a rowRender function that, for some rows, will render a single <td> element with the colspan set to 100%.  The row renders fine, but the other rows, that have multiple <td> elements do not all render correctly.  For my test application, they will render with a width of 8 pxs.  On resize of a column, they will almost render correctly.

Here are some pictures of the issue in our test code.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bMwlUi7-7QiVHc6lubPiz45svHG1FSnS

I have created a sandbox that sort of reproduces the bug. https://codesandbox.io/s/w73v0x0mz8

If you select the "Show Full Row", the row with Id 999 will convert to a single <td> element with colspan='100%'.  You will notice how after doing so, the last three columns collapse to a small number of pixels.

 

Thanks

Joe

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Last Updated: 19 Feb 2019 12:19 by ADMIN

If you create a react grid without any GridColumn components and then add those components later, the added columns do not show and the grid is empty.  It appears, after a quick look that the columns have a width of 0 pixels.  They exist in the html, just not displayed.

 

See https://codesandbox.io/s/mmr894nllp as an example of the problem.  This example starts with a populated grid.  You can add columns and data using the buttons above the grid.  This works fine.  If you then "Reset" the grid with the button, which removes all data, any attempt to add columns and data will show a blank grid.

 

Thanks,

Joe