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feat(grid): set height on container #400

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commented Apr 20, 2017

This allows the grid height to be set on the container, and resizes the grid accordingly. Works also when the grid height not set. Should be merged in sync with the grid PR that adds .k-grid-container for NG2. Seems to be working fine with the jQuery component, too.

gyoshev added some commits Apr 14, 2017

feat: set grid size based on container height
use flexbox to layout the grid content instead of setting height to inner element

@gyoshev gyoshev added the enhancement label Apr 20, 2017

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joneff approved these changes Apr 20, 2017

@gyoshev gyoshev merged commit 7aacef2 into master Apr 20, 2017

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commented May 4, 2017

It looks like this change broke the jQuery grid when locked columns are in use. It will no longer display the unlocked columns correctly. I verified that it is working correctly in v2.30.0, but not in v2.31.0 (which looks to have only this change in it).

I have an example where I changed this jQuery grid demo... use the new @progress/kendo-theme-default.

Here is the modified version...

All I did was replace the existing CSS with this...


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commented May 4, 2017

@sprell this is resolved in 5d23b09 -- the latest Kendo UI for jQuery release includes the k-display-block class; until you upgrade, feel free to set the class to the grid:

// 2017.1 and below
<div id="grid" class="k-display-block"></div>

Here is the updated Dojo with the latest release.

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