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Disable filter operators for all columns in row filter mode

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Andrew
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Andrew asked on 28 Jun 2017, 03:57 AM

Hi

Is it possible to disable the operators button for all cells (in row filter mode) without having to apply it to every column.

At the moment I have the code below but ideally just want this applied at a more global level

    columns.Bound(c => c.JobTitle).Width(400).Filterable(f => f.Cell(cell => cell.ShowOperators(false)));

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Andy

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Georgi
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answered on 29 Jun 2017, 01:26 PM
Hi Andrew,

There is no built in functionality to disable the operators button for all cells in row filtering mode globally. To avoid code duplication you can hide the buttons using the CSS from the following code snippet:

th [role="listbox"]{
      visibility: hidden;
}

The following dojo sample demonstrates how the aforementioned approach behaves:


Have in mind that hiding the buttons with CSS wont remove them from the DOM. In case you want to completely remove the buttons, you can remove them using JavaScript after the document is "ready".

The dojo below illustrates how to remove the buttons with JavaScript: 


Since both aforementioned approaches are client-side, the examples from the dojos are applicable for Kendo UI Grid for ASP.NET as well.


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Georgi
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answered on 21 Jan 2019, 11:39 AM
Hi, is there still no better way of doing this?
I have added this code to a global grid databound event to disable the operators on all grids across our application and it does work. However it literally just removes the button from view, it still leaves the space that the button occupied, i.e. the filter textblock does not expand to fill where the button was and so we are left with a blank space to the right which isn't a great look.
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Georgi
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answered on 23 Jan 2019, 08:20 AM
Hello Brian,

You could expand the inputs using css.

e.g.

<style>
  .k-filtercell span{
    width:100%;
  }
</style>

Below you will find a modified version of the sample:



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Georgi
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