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Ross B. asked on 17 Oct 2013, 02:45 AM
Everything is good and I am using the ASP.NET MVC with kendo. I have seen a few issues after upgrading to 2013.2.918


Strangely all  views that were loading via ajax have stopped with the 1013.2.918 release. I can select the Kendo. Menu-->Menu Item with a url reference that points to a controller to return a view to load via ajax  and the views is lost as soon as it is loaded. It flickers almost.

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Daniel
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answered on 21 Oct 2013, 07:18 AM
Hello Ross,

I am not sure what could be causing the described issue with the service pack release. Could you share the code you are using or a runnable sample that reproduces the problem so I can investigate what is going wrong?

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answered on 21 Oct 2013, 01:34 PM
Hi and thanks for the reply. I have narrowed the cause down to something that changed in the kendoui effects. We have been using Fade-out and Fade-in to control view transitions the views can contain one or many views that can load child views. The fade-in and out is firing differently in the 2013.2.919 release.
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answered on 21 Oct 2013, 02:11 PM
The code below seems to fire in reverse if I use currentView.hide() and newView.show() it works but leaves the transitions very choppy.
fadeOutView:function(currentView,newView)
        {
             
            var that = this;
            newView.hide();
            if (that.options.animate) {
                if (currentView.attr('id') == newView.attr('id')) {
                    var effect = kendo.fx(newView).fadeIn().duration(1400);
                    effect.play();
                    newView.fadeIn(400);
                } else {
                    var effect = kendo.fx(currentView).fadeOut().duration(700);
                    effect.play().then(function () {                       
                        newView.show();
                    });
                     
                }
            } else
            {
                if (currentView.length > 0)
                    currentView.hide();
                newView.show();
            }
        },
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answered on 21 Oct 2013, 06:15 PM
I found a possible solution I thought I would share. The actual div being activated to replace the dive being faded out now has an opacity of 0. I guess this is because it was faded out using fadeout but I was calling div.show(). I changed it to use the fadeIn and it works. Working change below.
var effect = kendo.fx(currentView).fadeOut().duration(700);
effect.play().then(function () {
     //newView.show(); <-- does not work anymore because opacity is 0 after a fadeout
     var effect2 = kendo.fx(newView).fadeIn().duration(700).play();
}
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