I noticed a nice and handy "toFront" function on the kendoWindow. I was wondering if there was something just as handy to send it to the back, but not behind the main page and still visible?
I due know I could just get the div(or whatever element the kendoWidget was initialized on) and set the z-index css to 0 (or some other low value), but I'm wondering if I may have over looked a much simpler way of doing that, like a "toBack" function?
Part of my reason for asking is that I have some older code which does not use Kendo UI, and it creates error dialogs using jQuery.dialog, but these dialogs appear behind the kendoWindow, and I need them in front. My current solution is to just close the window when an error happens, since I don't want to mess with z-index css.