The event in the first Scheduler is misaligned.
The events in all Schedulers are properly aligned.
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.
The Scheduler configured with remote dataSource, vertical grouping and with autoBind: false, throws an error "Cannot read property 'firstChild' of undefined" and the Scheduler layout is not rendered. The behavior is a regression introduced with Kendo UI v 2020.1.114
No error should be thrown with the above configuration.
Scheduler events in TimeLine view are displayed incorrectly when they start/end at the same time.
Run this dojo
Notice that Event 2 is displayed below Event 1, even though they do not overlap. Removing Event 3 results in Event 1 and 2 being rendered next to one another.
Event 2 should be displayed next to Event 1, but not below, as they do not overlap
In Scheduler with Vertical Grouping and mobile:tablet, the cells for the resources and for the events a misaligned. That is observed only in timeline views.
Open the Dojo example.
The Resources and events cells are misaligned.
The cells for the resources and the events should be aligned.
We are currently in the process of developing a booking/rota system utilising the latest build of the Kendo UI JQuery library and during internal testing we've spotted a bug in the creation of recurrence events within the scheduler control whereby "weekly" recurrences are created with numerous "gaps" in the scheduled events.
To re-create this is quite simple,
1. Create a page containing a Kendo Scheduler control and configure pretty much with defaults (but allowing for the creation of weekly recurrent events).
2. Navigate to a specific month - the one we've been using to reproduce is June 2020. (Don't think it matters which scheduler view you use).
3. Create a new event and set the recurrence rule to be:
4. Save the event.
You should see that most of the events are created, however for all but the first week in the recurrence the events that should be created on the Mondays and Tuesdays are missing.
I've done some digging around within the development console across a few different current browsers, and it looks to be a bug in the SchedulerDataSource "expand" method. If you add an event with a recurrence rule specified as follows:
and then call the "expand" method on the data-source to split this into multiple events, you'll see that you actually end up with 14 events returned, rather than the correct 20.
This functionality is fairly critical to our current project, so would appreciate any feedback/response as soon as possible please. Happy to provide further explanatory notes etc...if needed.
Currently, the Scheduler has the navigate event that is triggered when the user changes the selected date or view of the component. This event is triggered before the new view is loaded.
It will be very useful if there is an event, similar to navigate, which is triggered when the new view is loaded, not before.
* The Scheduler's view instance has an "activate" event that is not publicly exposed. This event could be exposed as a possible implementation of the current FR.
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;
In a Kendo Scheduler it would be nice to view the grouped items like treeview which can expand and collapse the rows. We have the same expand/collapse function with Kendo Gantt control, need the same in Kendo Scheduler
In some scenarios it is required to validate if the edited event model property matches a certain condition. If this is not the case, the recurrenceEditor popup needs to be prevented from showing.
Currently the Scheduler does not provide a beforeEdit event that allows such behavior to be achieved.
Allow to have different child groups for each parent group Example: ___________________________________ Meeting Room 101 | Meeting Room 201 ___________________________________ Alex | Bob | Charlie ___________________________________
In Scheduler event, if the eventTemplate has a table, the add event is triggered when editing an existing task, resulting that both popups open and close instantly.
Open this dojo example. Choose an event and click the span containing the text "I have some icons here".
The add event popup shows together with the edit event popup.
Only the edit event popup should be displayed.
we recently upgraded the kendo from 2018 r1 to latest release. looks like there is a bug in the scheduler. With the server filtering and server operation true, I am unable to add Event(before upgrade it's fine).
check the dojo https://dojo.telerik.com/EhaXemiz
can you please look into it.
Hi, we're using scheduler and we have the selectable set to true so users can drag and select timeslots to create.
The issue we're having is related to the autoscrolling when the user attempts to create a selection that is longer than the display window and attempts to drag past the display window but the scheduler would not auto scroll to expand the selection.
However, if we were to expand an existing event, the handler would be able to expand past the display window and scheduler would auto scroll. We were wondering if the event creation could have the same behavior.