Last Updated: 12 Apr 2024 16:52 by Boris
Created by: Boris
Comments: 0
Category: NumericTextBox
Type: Feature Request
It would be beneficial to add a selectOnFocus prop to the NumericTextBox, similar to Jquery:  https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/api/javascript/ui/numerictextbox/configuration/selectonfocus 
Last Updated: 15 Mar 2023 21:53 by Oksana

Describe the bug
The Delete button doesn't work as expected in specific scenarios inside the Native NumericTextBox. The issue is related to the position of the text cursor.

To Reproduce

  1. Open this example
  2. Position the text cursor before the $ sign inside the component
  3. Press the Delete button - The test cursor is positioned after the $ sign and nothing happens.
  4. Press the Delete button again - nothing happens
  • If the text cursor is positioned before the comma in the NumericTextBox's value, the Delete button doesn't works

Expected behavior
The first element(the leftmost) after the dollar sign should be deleted. In general, when pressing the delete button, an element should be deleted from the NumericTextBox.

Last Updated: 05 Jul 2022 08:29 by Wesley

Describe the bug
When clicking inside a Native NumericTextBox that has a value, in Firefox, the cursor is positioned at the beginning of the value instead of at its end.

To Reproduce

  1. Open this Stackblitz project in Firefox
  2. Click inside the NumericTextBox.
  3. See that the cursor position

Expected behavior
The cursor should be positioned at the end of the NumericTextBox value


Last Updated: 30 May 2022 12:51 by ADMIN
Release R3 I1 June 2022

Describe the bug
When we have a NumericTextbox with formatting set to "p1", "p3"..."pX"(percentage with X decimal numbers) the component is not working correctly when we try to manually enter a value in it.

  • The issue is replicable when you select the content of the component and delete it, before entering a new value. If there is a value in the NumericTextbox and one just selects it and changes it, the issue is not replicating.
  • The issue is not replicable if you use a formating of "p", without a decimal numbers definition

To Reproduce

  1. Open this StackBlitz example
  2. Select the value in the NumericTextbox and delete it(The NumericTextbox should be empty)
  3. Try to enter 5.75

Expected behavior
The user should be able to manually enter a value by pressing "5" + "." + "7" + "5"


Last Updated: 23 Mar 2022 12:01 by Praveen

Open the linked example
click before the dollar sign in the 3rd numeric textbox
press 1

current behavior - the cursor is moved to the position after the dollar sign so you can type number on the correct place
correct - 1 is typed immediately after the dollar sign so we don't need to type it second time