I have a number of Kanban Boards being fed via the dataAdapter and a dropdown selector.
One of these boards needs to have 10 Columns (swimlanes).
All Items (cards) need to have fixed-widths of 400px.
All boards must overflow-x:scroll instead of wrap.
The Kanban needs to be set width:auto in order to cater for the variation in number of columns.
This all works/renders perfectly.
It’s impossible to reliably move a card that was rendered in a column where that column was rendered beyond the pixel width of the browser window.
That is to say, any card that was rendered in a column that you need to scroll to – in order to view – can’t be moved properly.
It’s as if the the script loses all understanding of where the card came from or where it could be moved to.
I spent some time creating a JS Editor Example to demonstrate the behavior, saved it as ‘Kanban-Card-Drag-Issue’…but can’t seem to locate it now to provide a link (grrr).
Here is a much simpler example version:
Any thoughts/ideas on how to fix this would be greatly appreciated.
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Thank you for this feedback.
Has there been a resolution to this? It seems that when part of the kanban is not displayed the drag and drop coordinates are not calculated properly. I am experiencing a problem where the kanban item I’m dragging appears 8 inches outside of the kanban.
I’m having the same issue yet …
When will it be fixed ?
Thank you for the interest.
This is still valid issue.
We cannot engage with deadlines.
We work on different tasks with a different priority.
Please let me know if you have any other questions.
How to add dropdown to cards in kanban
There is no such built-in feature for this, unfortunately.
If you want you could bind to
itemAttrClickedevent and when the user clicking on it then show a window with such dropdown.
Also, you could contact the the Sales Department (firstname.lastname@example.org) with request for custom development.
Let me know if you need anything else.
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