Other schedule controls have an 'agenda' view that has a chronological list of appointments back to back stacked vertically colored by resource.
It would be great for the telerik scheduler to have a view like this.
Our current implementation of the JQuery version of the scheduler uses custom views. I understand that custom views are going to be a difficult if not impossible task for Blazor rendering. The goal for our custom view is simple, we override the calculateDateRange function to supply an ordered date range that allows us to have a "TimelineTwoWorkWeekView", thus showing Monday-Friday then Monday-Friday again. We also had a use case that was never implemented but would be addressed the same way; to show all "mondays this month".
Therefore, the request is a "TimelineCollectionView", displaying a timeline view for dates specified in an IEnumerable<DateTime>.
Any other ideas or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
The edit popup currently does not adapt to screen size changes. Part of the edit window for the scheduler is off the screen making it unreadable on certain resolutions.
I need to make it responsive/adaptive.
If I change the width of the scheduler component it doesn't move the events to the correct place
I am currentl looking at printing the Scheduler but I ran into this issue when trying to adjust the scheduler to fit on a page
When the Week view of the Scheduler is selected the label of the DatePicker is incorrect. The displayed range in the label covers an extra day. e.g. in the Week view the range spans 7 days (the label show range of 8 days)
The problem can also be observed when the MultiDay view is selected - the displayed range includes one additional day.
I have a problem with Scheduler TimelineView. When there are a bit more appointments in the first resource group, the last appointment from the last group is positioned incorrectly/outside of the Scheduler component.
I think the CSS parameter "top" is calculated in the wrong mode. See the attached recording.
If the Start and/or End fields are DateTime? double-clicking on an empty slot does not open the form. This makes it impossible to create new events.
The issue occurs as of UI for Blazor 3.7.0.
When you have an event that starts between 11:30pm and 12:00am - the default last slot of the Timeline view, the Scheduler throws the following error:
Error: System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection
Now that the DropDownList has an adaptive dropdown rendering, please use that instead of a plain HTML select in the Scheduler toolbar on small screens. It will be very beneficial when using dark themes.
Sadly it appears there is no current time marker feature available for the scheduler.
Any chance that this could be implemented in the future?
When using Vertical Grouping by multiple resources and Timeline View, the group rows without appointments do not have min-height as the rest of the group rows. Thus, they appear shorter which causes an offset of the events on the next rows.
Steps to reproduce:
A possible workaround for the time being is to set min-height to all rows. Apply this style only when Timeline view is selected, so this does not break the rendering of the other views.
Scheduler cells are not aligned correctly in the Timeline View when Bootstrap Theme is used.
To reproduce the problem:
1. Open the following Scheduler Demo:
2. Select the Bootstrap Theme
3. Open the Timeline View
If the Scheduler is placed in a parent container (for example Telerik Splitter or any other container) its appointments are not resized when resizing the pane. The Scheduler itself resizes accordingly, but the appointments don't.
I am trying to create a timeline component that is just using week numbers for the current year.
I am trying to create event series with the following RecurrenceRule:
RecurrenceRule = "FREQ=HOURLY; BYHOUR=8,9,10"
Based on the RFC5545 specification, this rule should create three events occurring every hour - at 8, 9 and 10 o'clock.
However, only one event is created for the day.