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Tom Lynch
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Tom Lynch asked on 11 Dec 2013, 05:41 PM
I am using Telerik.Web.UI.dll version 2010.2.929.20 in an ASP.NET 3.5 application, viewing it in Internet Explorer 8.  I have a RadGrid with column filters.  For my date columns, the filters contain a RadDatePicker for selecting filter parameters.  My problem is with the little calendar icon that opens the date picker. 

I have a large RadGrid on the page, both tall and wide, that causes the browser to show horizontal and vertical scroll bars.  So I can scroll the page around to see all of the grid.  I also have a header at the top of the page that does not scroll.  It's in a fixed position at the top no matter where the rest of the page is scrolled.  However, when I scroll the page up the date picker icon displays on top of this header.  Everything scrolls under the header and is invisible, but the date picker icons appear on top.  Maybe the Z index is higher than all my other elements?  I tried giving my header a large z-axis number, but that hasn't worked. 

I just tried it in FireFox version 26.0 and it works fine there.  Perhaps if this is just a bug on one version of IE I'll let it go, but if anyone has any suggestions to fix it there I'd appreciate it. 

Tom

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Kostadin
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answered on 16 Dec 2013, 02:18 PM
Hi Tom,

I was unable to replicate the issue on my side. I noticed that the version which you are using is quite old, so I would recommend you to upgrade to our latest release and check whether the issue remains. Additionally it would be best to isolate the issue in a small runnable sample in order to investigate it further.

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Kostadin
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