Some kind of animation for the splitters when you collapse/expand them?
Even nowadays there are people not used to the web environment, and if the collapsible pane just hides instantly (or almost) they will first think 'Where did my *whatever* went!?' so having some kind of easing they would see where did it go.46 votes
Animation effect might indeed be useful to the end users. Will pass your feedback to the product team
Allow sliding panels much like you do for the AJAX splitter control. This feature would be very nice if it was working with tablets.24 votes
Adding animation on splitter would be better, currently there is no animation on splitter. animation like slide,fade in, fadeout would be fine.18 votes
Completely remove a panel from the splitter, e.g. :
Offer the possibility to add a panel
Completely add a panel from the splitter, e.g. :
User should have option to display a splitter inside both normal and hierarchical grids so that user can display few columns to the right side of splitter.This helps when there are columns that are dynamically generated3 votes
An option should be added to size the splitter to ensure inner content is displayed rather than having scrollbars inside the panes. A key reason for this is when loading/displaying dynamic data via ajax, you don't know what the height might be to display it...so once you have loaded, you need to set splitter height to height of pane containing the content.
ATM I achieve this via the following approach:
But would be nice to have integrated into splitter itself..2 votes
Useful for automatically splitting the major dimension of a screen/view, for example. Especially handy for supporting tablet orientation change.
Or, add an orientation() or setConfig() method, to support horizontal/vertical toggle via script.1 vote
Thanks for your proposal.
Currently this is not supported out-of-the-box.
However, you can achieve that by destroying the previously instantiated splitter and creating a new instance with toggled orientation, as illustrated in this jsfiddle:
I will discuss with our developers the option to expose a public API which serves the same purpose.
Live resize option on a splitter so the content scales as I move the bar, not just show me the ghost handle
Depending on the content this obviously could be laggy...but let me worry about where I use it :D1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion, I will make sure it is transmitted to the team.
I have a html widget which have some logic that should happen when the widget is re-sized. This widget could be placed in a splitter pane or could be place alone. It doesn't care what it's container is so I need the splitter to trigger window resize and so the widget will be notified. At least I want to have an value in the spleiter resize event which tells me if the splitter resize was triggered by window resize or user dragging it.1 vote
It would be useful if there were enable/disable methods for the splitter (so that when the splitter is disabled window resize won't trigger splitter resize).0 votes
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