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find/replace dialog covers text (rad editor 2008 q3)

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Ken asked on 10 May 2010, 06:20 PM
We are using the rad editor 2008/q3 and are having two issues.

First, the find/replace dialog often covers the text that you're trying to find/replace.  Is there a way to move the dialog box dynamically so that it does not obscure the text is has found?

Second, the find/replace dialog has no border to set if off from the background that it covers.  Can I add a border to that dialog?

Thanks,
Ken

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answered on 12 May 2010, 01:25 PM
Hello Ken,

Straight to the points:
1) The requested useful feature is not supported out-of-the box by the Find and Replace dialog. Nevertheless I logged it in our PITS system for consideration and hopefully it will be implemented in one of the next major builds of RadEditor.

By the way, have you seen another DHTML web editor that offers this nice feature?

We do appreciate your feature request and I added 500 Telerik points to your account. All your feature requests are very welcome as well.

2) Please, note that version 2008.3 1125 is released before the release of Firefox 3.6 and it does not support this browser officially. You are using a very very old version of RadEditor in which for some reason the RadWindow skin is not loaded.

Does the problem persist if the editor is placed outside of the TabStrip control?
In addition, could you please disable the css stylesheet of the page and see whether the dialog is rendered as expected.
Do you experience this problem only in FF 3.6.3 and only with this skin? Could you please try to set another skin and see whether this fixes the problem.

In case you are unable to solve the problem (even after upgrading to the latest build) please isolate it in a sample working project and send it for examination.

Kind regards,
Rumen
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