Currently, the Scheduler events are always placed between the beginning and the end of a slot, no matter if the event actually starts or ends at the slot times. So if an event for example starts at 10:10, the event is placed at the 10:00 slot line and not a little further down below, or if it ends at 11:50 the event end is placed at the 12:00 slot line. I'm talking here especially about the WeekView and the DayView.
This is not accurate enough for some events. Like for example in MS Outlook, if a event doesn't start at the full hour, the graphical representation shows it according to the start time and not at the full hour (see screenshots). We would like to request to make it possible to place events on the Scheduler so that the graphical representation of the event reflects the actual start and and time.
While I was able to calculate a margin for the event start to move it to a more accurate position, it was not possible to also set the height of the event to a calculated positition because the Scheduler doesn't allow this. According your support (see here), an event always has to end at a full slot time and can't be placed somewhere else. Calculating these things on our own brings a whole lot of other problems though (like placing overlapping events correctly, etc.) so that it would be great if the Scheduler had a setting to allow exact positioning according to times.
React v18 has been released.
It appears that KendoReact only supports up to v17 (dependency conflicts if you try to use v18).
Can you please add support for React v18?
After updating the kendo version in my project to "^5.1.0" I've noticed that both grid pager dropdown and normal dropdowns won't close when clicked outside if the dropdown is opened using the arrow icon.
I've attached a video with the issue.
Is there any workaround for this?
Im not sure if this is a bug or an incomplete feature, so please advise.
1) TabStrip / Window behavior in v4.8.0 with bootstrap theme 4.40.0, see https://stackblitz.com/edit/react-wdzeyo?file=index.html
Please note the style and behaviour of the window, its above the modal and can be dragged anywhere on the screen, even though it was rendered from within the TabStripTab component
2) TabStrip / Window behavior in v4.9.0 with bootstrap theme 4.42.0, see https://stackblitz.com/edit/react-zhkfdp?file=app%2Fmain.jsx
As you can immediately see in this example, the TabStripTab heading is also above the modal, an obvious bug
My concerns are around how the window can no longer be dragged outside the TabStripTab container. Is this by design, beacuse in my use case, my tabs are smaller than my windows.
Note: I have not tested the windows with any other components.