TreeList - Does not respect 'iconType' setting

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AGB asked on 28 Mar 2023, 08:58 AM
Hi Guys

Have just tripped over an issue while testing the latest 2023.1.314 release whereby the TreeList expand/collapse graphics are now rendered using SVGs rather than Font Icons and completely ignore the

        kendo.setDefaults('iconType', 'font');

setting.

This undocumented breaking change means we can no longer easily replace the graphics used for expand/collapse via CSS like the following

        .k-i-expand:before {
             content: "\e11e";           // .k-i-plus
        }
        .k-i-collapse:before {
             content: "\e121";           // .k-i-minus
        }

which we use extensively across our site to give a consistent look and feel with other non Kendo UI components.

Therefore I would be most grateful if you could investigate and advise on the following:

a) Are Font Icons now deprecated and we can expect further places where their will be swapped out in favour of SVGs without warning?

b) Is this a regression/bug and the expand/collapse graphics should adhere to the 'icontype' setting and will be fixed in the next release?

Regards
Alan

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Neli
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answered on 31 Mar 2023, 05:40 AM

Hello Alan,

Thank you for reporting the issue.

The described issue is a known one. The bug has been fixed and the font icons will be restored with the next release.

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Neli
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commented on 31 Mar 2023, 06:41 AM

Hi Neli,

Thank you for confirming this is a regression and not the intended behaviour going forward.

Regards
Alan

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commented on 26 Apr 2023, 03:29 PM

Hi Guys,

Although the 2023.1.425 release notes do not specifically state a fix for this problem was implemented I can confirm the

    kendo.setDefaults('iconType', 'font');

setting is now respected in this release.

Many Thanks
Alan
Neli
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commented on 01 May 2023, 08:05 AM

Hi Alan,

Thank you very much for the feedback and confirmation.

Regards,

Neli

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