The timeline view has a current time marker but when i try to use rtl on the widget,
The current time marker gets a left property with a very big number (something like 2000 pixels) so i cant see it..
Is it because rtl isnt supported in timeline view?
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Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. I have informed our dev team about it and it will be fixed in the internal builds before Q3 SP1 release.
Also as a small sign of our appreciation I have updated your Telerik points.
The problem isnt fixed yet,
You can see it here http://dojo.telerik.com/EMERA
Is there another problem?
This issue is already fixed on our side, however as it was fixed after the Q1 2015 official release the fix will be included in the first internal build, which is scheduled for the end of the current week (27th of March).
Hey again Vladimir,
I updated my KendoUI to Q1 SP2 (29/4/15), The last version available for download and the bug is still there.
You can see it here: http://dojo.telerik.com/iHuxi
Is there something Im not doing right?
Currently the fix is available in the latest internal build only (available for download from your account at telerik.com) and upcoming 2015 Q2 beta release.
Thanks for the support.
I was trying Q2 to check for the fix and I saw it but i think its still not perfect.
As you can see in the dojo here http://dojo.telerik.com/ewobO,
and in the print screen attached, The current time marker in month view isnt located correctly (Correct me if im wrong).
Another bug i found over there is that if im changing the size of the window, The marker will move itself (as it is using the left of the slot to locate itself).
Thanks for your help,
Please check the answers of your questions below:
1) The marker is incorrectly positioned as the start time of the month view is set to "7am", where the majorTick is set to 1 day by default - that why currently the major tick length is longer than the actual slot time which is invalid configuration. Please check the updated demo below:
2) This behavior is expected as the current time marker position is updated on specified interval only. You can decrease the update interval using the following option: