RadEditor content height issue in EmulateIE7

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  1. Hash
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    1 posts
    Member since:
    Jul 2015

    Posted 21 Jul 2015 Link to this post


    Rad editor content height just overlaps to main table height, see the attachment.

    This happens when we use Preview mode only (works fine in Design mode) and my page header is having 

    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />


    Telerik version: 2015.1.401.45

    Browser version: IE11

    I will not be able to change the meta tag to Edge or IE9 as there are other components which depend on this. 

    The Radeditor declaration is like below

    <telerik:RadEditor ID="radEditor1" Skin="Web20" runat="server"
      EditModes="Preview" ContentAreaMode="Div" Width="780px" Height="300px" AutoResizeHeight="False" StripFormattingOptions="All"
    EmptyMessage="(No Active notes text)" >
               <telerik:EditorTool Name="Copy" />
               <telerik:EditorTool Name="SelectAll" />
                 <telerik:EditorTool Name="Bold" />
                 <telerik:EditorTool Name="Underline" />
                 <telerik:EditorTool Name="Italic" />
                 <telerik:EditorTool Name="AjaxSpellCheck" />


    One workaround would be to adjust the height using javascript like below

    var width = editor.get_element().style.width;
    editor.setSize(width, "300px");
    editor.get_mainTable().style.height = "210px";

     But wanted to know do we have any other workaround for this? or this a known issue of RadEditor in version 2015?

  2. Nikolay
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    104 posts

    Posted 23 Jul 2015 Link to this post


    Thank you for reporting this.

    You can overwrite the function which calculates the height of the content element. Please, see this feedback item and write back in case of any questions.

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