Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019 08:13 by ADMIN
Created on: 10 Jan 2017 17:34
Category: Scheduler
Type: Feature Request
Show scheduler events >24h as normal events, not in the all day slot
Currently events >24h are automatically shown in the all day area. This is confusing if the event starts or ends somewhere during the day. E.g. it starts at 5 p.m. on tuesday and ends on 11 a.m. on thursday.

Noone knows when the resource is really available if the event is shown as all day from tuesday to thursday.

There should be an option to turn that behaviour off and show such events as regular events.

Maybe the only thing needing change is this line in _renderEvents:
var isMultiDayEvent = event.isAllDay || event.end.getTime() - event.start.getTime() >= MS_PER_DAY;
Posted on: 18 Jul 2019 14:31
I just started using the schedule, and spent a good hour trying to figure out why my events were showing up as All Day, even though AllDay was false.
Posted on: 09 Jan 2019 13:24
I would suggest that anytime someone disable allDaySlot, all those events should be replaced by their equivalent representation in the full time schedule. So, a event taking all day should be shown as FirstTimeOfDay to LastTimeOfDay. And as other said, events spanning over multiple days shall be as they described.
Nervia Consultores S.L.
Posted on: 26 Sep 2018 10:38
We need it too. We have events that start at 6pm at ends at 3am with all slots disabled and cannot see it to modify or delete.
Posted on: 22 Mar 2017 15:20
I agree with Guillaume, to me it would make sense that if the allDaySlot is set to false then the mutli-day events are rendered as normal events
Imported User
Posted on: 02 Mar 2017 13:46
Another issue with this behavior comes when the allDaySlot is set to false. The events just disappears from the view and it looks like a bug in the scheduler until you understand they are just moved to the invisible slot.
Imported User
Posted on: 20 Jan 2017 08:38
I also need that! I tried removing that line, but then I get errors on some rectangle draw function or something.