Test Environment:OS: Windows_11
1. Open URL: https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx page in Edge Browser.
2. In the calendar, TAB through the controls "Mon, 30", "Tue, 31", "Wed, 1", etc.
3. Observe the issue that the controls do not display a focus outline when they receive focus.
Focus indicator is not visible on the controls, "Mon, 30", "Tue, 31", "Wed, 1", etc.
Focus indicator(s) must be clearly visible on each interactive element when navigating the page using the tab key.
There is an OnClientTimeSlotClick event that fires if the user clicks in a single time slot. If the user clicks in one time slot and drags to select multiple time slots before releasing the mouse button no event is fired. It would be useful if the existing event was fired in this case, or another event was added to fire in this case.
When the Scheduler is in an initially hidden container, the appearance is broken.
Solution: call the .repaint() method of the control as soon as the parent becomes visible
We'd like to control how simultaneous appointments are displayed. It would be nice if the appointments are shown above eachother, as it were layers with transparancy. If that's not possible than we'd like to control the placing of the appointments. For example the appointments in order of priority from left to right.
When setting ResourceMarkerType to "Bar" or "Block" on the AgendaView mode of the Scheduler, it would be useful if the marker would show the background and border colors that were specified in the ResourceStyleMapping section of the scheduler. As it is now, it only takes the css class that was assigned to the resource type. In our application the user can specify any color for each resource type using a colorpicker.