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Layout issues when entering file manager height

Hi.


<ejs-filemanager id="file" path="@sFilePath" view="Details" allowDragAndDrop="false" height="400">
                <e-filemanager-ajaxsettings url="/FileManager/FileOperations" , downloadUrl="/FileManager/Download", uploadUrl="/FileManager/Upload"></e-filemanager-ajaxsettings>
                <e-filemanager-contextmenusettings visible="true"></e-filemanager-contextmenusettings>
                <e-filemanager-navigationpanesettings visible="true"></e-filemanager-navigationpanesettings>
                <e-filemanager-toolbarsettings visible="true"></e-filemanager-toolbarsettings>
            </ejs-filemanager>

Setting the height to a fixed value in File Manager as shown in the code above causes problems with the layout. Please suggest a way to solve it.

file manager.PNG


1 Reply

SS Sivakumar ShunmugaSundaram Syncfusion Team October 27, 2022 05:39 AM

Hi TaeWook,


Greetings from syncfusion support.


From the shared details, we understand that you are facing a styling issue with the ASP.NET Core FileManager component while setting the height property in the FileManager. We have prepared a simple sample of the ASP.NET Core application with the FileManager component and checked the reported issue by setting the height property as per your update. But we are unable to replicate the reported issue from our side. We have attached the prepared sample for your reference.


Sample: https://www.syncfusion.com/downloads/support/directtrac/general/ze/WebApplication11095251844.zip


Please check the shared sample. If the issue persists from your side, share the exact issue replication step from your side or replicate the issue in the shared sample. Also, share the style sheets referred in your sample. It will help us to provide a prompt solution.


Regards,

Sivakumar S


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