Clearing RadEditor content causes High CPU consumption

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  1. Diego
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    Mar 2018

    Posted 26 Mar Link to this post

    Hi,

    I am facing an issue with a RadEditor control inside my web application. This is the line of code:

    var editor = $("#editor").data("kendoEditor");

    editor.value("");

    When I run this code the cpu consumption increases up to 50% and the page ends crashing. This only occurs in firefox, even in its latest version. I was able to make a workaround for this, setting an blank space instead of an empty string, but the issue also happens when I clear the text manually through the UI.

    Please your support for this issue.

  2. Rumen
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    Posted 27 Mar Link to this post

    Hi Diego,

    Can you please specify whether you are using RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX or Kendo UI Editor? The value() method is offered by the Kendo Editor and we have to change the product forum if this is indeed the case.

    Best regards,
    Rumen
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  3. Diego
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    Mar 2018

    Posted 27 Mar Link to this post

    Hello Rumen,

     

    I am using the Kendo UI Editor...:

    $("#editor").kendoEditor({...

     

     

  4. Ianko
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    Posted 29 Mar Link to this post

    Hello Diego,

    This thread seems to be a diplicate of this one: www.telerik.com/forums/high-cpu-consumption-when-clearing-editor-content. Let us continue the conversation there. I am closing this one. 

    Regards,
    Ianko
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