In date pickers in scheduler and occurence editor to easily be configured to show week numbers.
Currently, if the message for the allday events in the Scheduler is on multiple lines the height of the cell containing the message and the header row in the Day view is not the same. There is a white bar below the header row. Here is a Dojo.
I would like to have the possibility to set the Allday message to be on multiple lines and the height of the cell containing the message to be consistent with the header row.
Currently vertical virtualization is available which improves the Day, Week and Month views.
Such DOM virtualization would be good for the timeline views (where horizontal scrolling is utilized) as well.
When using the Scheduler with multiple resources, the day, week and work week views become unresponsive as a result of the view loading all of the resources. The following dojo demonstrates this http://dojo.telerik.com/EvEROL It would be good if the Scheduler could be configured to allow virtual scrolling so that resources can be loaded at the point of scrolling down the view. An example of why this might be required is: - You have two lists of resources, one for projects and one for staff - You would like to group the events by resource and see which member of staff they are assigned to and to which job they belong to. - This would allow you to easily re-assign events to different members of staff or to different projects by dragging and dropping.
A feature that allows the events in the Scheduler to have their ‘margin-bottom’ property assigned programmatically. This is required to support custom events with a border-width > 1px. Currently, the code calculating event position assumes the border-width on events will be 1px, and it works perfectly when that assumption is correct. Increasing the border-width results in events overlapping each other, which is something I’d like to avoid.
In a scenario when an event is dragged and is not saved due to an error while updating, or in case saving is prevented, next time when the user tries to drag the same event, the event hint will be misplaced.
The second time the same event is being dragged its hint is rendered in a wrong place. In case the same event is dragged multiple times, the hint is getting more and more away from the original position.
The event hint should always be rendered starting from the event's position.
When editing a recurring event it can occur than the POST call (the one that creates the exception) finishes well, but the PUT one fails. In this case the exception is created but the new event is not created, causing that the final user thinks that the event disappeared (and causing an inconsistency in database). It would be great if the scheduler could be configured to make one single call with the data of the master event and the new one in the same post, atomicly. Moreover, if it is needed to perform remote validation when resizing or moving one event of a serie (the same scenario as the previous one) it would be much more easier to do it with that single call model.
When setting the color for a Scheduler event resource, allow for a CSS class instead of a simple color.
The kendo scheduler allows you to generate templates, but the events will not stretch dynamically to display the contents. If the event heights had additional height controls like filling a row from top to bottom instead of forcing white space below the events it would give more real-estate inside the plugin without taking up more overall space on the screen.
When using the scheduler and you have a lot of all day events, the widget resizes to allow for all the all day events but then collapses the remaining day hours down to a scrollable view. If you want the scheduler to fit on the screen without a browser scrollbar, the hours section is rendered virtually useless.
The timeline control currently restricts the users to select events from only one group. It must allow selection across the groups. It does not make any sense in restricting the user to a group. Also to deselect an event from selected events is not possible and the user has to deselect all the events and start from scratch. This seems to be a bug with this tool.
When the dates for the current view are changed in Scheduler, the screenreaders do not read the new date.
Reproduction of the problem
1. Go to Keyboard Navigation Demo
2. Go to the arrow buttons in the toolbar and click 'Next' to change the date
3. Date changes to "Sunday, June 16, 2013 - ..."
The screenreaders do not inform the user that the date has been changed.
The user should be informed that the date has been changed.
Kendo UI version: 2021.2.616
Browser: [all ]
For the moment the current time mark is only visible at the first column, for a better user experience the mark should be across the widget
New edit mode: When events are retrieved, those models should always be as lightweight as possible (id, start, end, title), and not include all the other properties required to edit an event. If you have hundreds of events with lots of properties, your control does not scale well. When you then edit one of these lightweight events, it should make an ajax request to go fetch the "full" model used to populate the edit popup window. For the create, it may not have to make an ajax request, but the "full" schema needs to be defined still, so it has a model to bind, and it would be nice to have a way to dynamically specify that schema, in case you have different event model types. In my case, I have three different types of appointments the user can create/edit. Ideally, these "full" models would either get sent via ajax when the popup is closed, or when the datasource is synced, they get trimmed down to the lightweight version. Hopefully this all makes sense...it's all about having tiny models for speed, but larger models for editing. Anyone that has used your control to show tons of appointments (especially with many properties each) will likely get where I am going with this.
Proposal: Add a property/function that specifies the resource group to take the task's background color from.
Add a property to the Kendo Scheduler called something like allowOverlap (true/false) as an easy way to allow or disallow overlapping events based on event start & end on the scheduler timeline. An alternative could be an "onOverlap" event. Thanks
We are looking into the scheduler but it seems to be missing a feature that we would really want in a scheduler. If you are for example in the day view, you have left the timebar and right the events. It would be nice to zoom in on the times on the left. instead of showing events from daystart - day end you would click on a chosen starttime drag to the endtime you wish and the scheduler would zoom in on items between the selected start- endtime.