I'm creating a Portal Page with RadDock using Prometheus/RadControls for ASP .NET Ajax. It's pretty neat and our business owners were excited to see some of the built-in features such as pinning, collapsing, docking / drag&drop. I haven't had too many issues, however I did notice one that is problematic.
If you have a dockzone that goes off the screen's viewable area (e.g. a page with a scrollbar) and you attempt to drag a dock component from the bottom (e.g. with the page scrolled down) to any other dockzone on the page, the page will JUMP to the very top and automatically highlight one of the top-most dockzones.
This behavior is undesirable because the user is not able to move the dockable object to where he/she wants to dock it (e.g. one position above where it is along the bottom with the page scrolled down). Draging automatically forces the user to the top of the screen and prevents them from scrolling down to the position they would like.
The only way I can see to fix this is to shorten the height so that the dockzone does not scroll off the page (vertically). Is there anyway to fix this or code around this automatic "jumping"? Or is there a fix planned?
Please let me know if my description requires an example, as I might be able to mock one up for you. This issue occurs in Internet Explorer 7.0, by the way.