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In order to display  KendoReact Chart on mobile phones on a horizontal screen, CSS "rotate(90deg) translate(...)"   is applied to KendoReact Chart,

but the coordinates of tooltip are incorrect.

     let w = window.innerWidth || document.documentElement.clientWidth || document.body.clientWidth;
     let h = window.innerHeight || document.documentElement.clientHeight || document.body.clientHeight; 

     let x = (h-w)/2;
     let ts = "rotate(90deg) translate("+x+"px,"+x+"px)";
     const maxstyle={
        transform:ts,
        width:h,
        height:w,
        top:0,
        left:0,
        paddingLeft:5,
        paddingRight:5,
        paddingTop:5,
        transformOrigin:"center center",
        background:'#f5f5f9',
        overflow:"hidden",
        position:"fixed",
        zIndex:10000
    };

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When then CSS "rotate(90deg) translate(...)" is applied to KendoReact Chart, the coordinates of tooltip are incorrect.
In order to display  KendoReact Chart on mobile phones on a horizontal screen, CSS "rotate(90deg) translate(...)"   is applied to KendoReact Chart,

but the coordinates of tooltip are incorrect.

 

sourcecode:

     let w = window.innerWidth || document.documentElement.clientWidth || document.body.clientWidth;
     let h = window.innerHeight || document.documentElement.clientHeight || document.body.clientHeight; 

     let x = (h-w)/2;
     let ts = "rotate(90deg) translate("+x+"px,"+x+"px)";
     const maxstyle={
        transform:ts,
        width:h,
        height:w,
        top:0,
        left:0,
        paddingLeft:5,
        paddingRight:5,
        paddingTop:5,
        transformOrigin:"center center",
        background:'#f5f5f9',
        overflow:"hidden",
        position:"fixed",
        zIndex:10000
    };

<div  style={maxstyle}>
                    <img src={closeImage} onClick={this.onBack.bind(this)} className="closeImage"/>
                    {this.renderSingleBlock()}
  </div>
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How to Realize Fixed Total Row at the Bottom in React Grid?
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Last Updated: 08 May 2019 08:11 by ADMIN
Created by: Imported User
Comments: 3
Type: Feature Request
2
in React Dialog, the Dialog or the overlay, need to be focused for the Escape Key to work and close the dialog, whereas in the jQuery Dialog, it works globally without a specific focus...
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How does grid support total row  without Grouping and fix it at the bottom of the table ,It's easy to implement in KendoUI for jQuery ,But I couldn't find any relevant documents and materials in the KendoUI for React 
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How does grid support footer row and fix it at the bottom of the table
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Created by: yao
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
1

I don't know how to implement rowspan

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Last Updated: 29 Mar 2019 07:34 by ADMIN
Created by: Grzegorz
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
2
As in the JQuery version, it would be good to have the option of hidding a column. 
https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/api/javascript/ui/grid/configuration/columns.hidden
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Right now there is no way that I found to create a row that displays the totals without grouping the data. I have had to create a separate table and hide the columns to simulate this feature. 
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Multi-selecting rows using the mouse selection doesn't work for React Kendo Grid.

With the kendo grid wrapper for React we were able to  multi-select rows using the mouse selection in the grid bounds. 

 

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Like in the jQuery counterpart, when I click on a cell to edit the value - I should be able to tab over to the next cell to edit it.

 

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Last Updated: 18 Feb 2019 12:57 by ADMIN
Created by: Jason
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
3

I discovered a lack of parity between the React and Angular implementations of the TabStrip/TabStripTab components. Specifically, in the React version the "title" prop determines the contents inside the resulting <k-link> CSS class, whereas the Angular version allows you to set a template, for more complex tab header components.

This became an issue for me, because we have overridden the CSS for a custom progress tracker component built on the tab strip in an Angular implementation. I am now tasked with replicating the component in React, but had to resort to my own TabStrip/TabStripTab classes, instead of being able to use your components. (My goal is to be able to use the existing CSS, maintained by our UX team, out of the box.)

Hope that made sense. Feel free to contact me if it's not clear what I'm asking for, or if there is already a solution to this. Thanks!

 

React version:

 

Angular Version:

 

 

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this.state = {
sort:[
{field:'Date',dir:'desc'}
],

};

<Grid

sortable={true}
sort={this.state.sort}
onSortChange={(e)=>{
this.setState({
sort:e.sort
});

}}

<Column field="Date"filter="date"format="{0:d}"/>

In this way,the date will be sorting with Month, How can I sorting start with year instead of month

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Last Updated: 21 May 2018 13:57 by ADMIN
Created by: Imported User
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
1
Hi, when entering https://www.telerik.com/kendo-react-ui/getting-started form npmjs.com, I end up on a page with "Try Kendo UI for React" heading, but whole header comes from Kendo UI for Angular project