The cursor jumps on the screen (and takes no action) when you try to right click on the screen and modify an event. See the video: https://goo.gl/44HtR9
Refer to : http://www.telerik.com/forums/setting-recurrance-messages-from-variable To allow multiple language support it should be possible to define the recurrenceeditor messages in the template to use an external source rather than having to hard code 1 set of messages.
Allow the sorting of all day events in day / week views and allow sorting of events in month view as well. A lot of all-day events have the same start and end time, it would be nice to be able to sort them on another field in my model.
Use case: A workorder needs to be scheduled. It requires a primary resource (vehicle, meeting room) to which multiple additional resources are added (people, equipment). Each resource could be added to the workorder's timeline together with inheritance of schedule, or independently.
Would like to have the view scroll to show the events for the current time rather than the first allowable time. Example, let's say the current time is 1:30pm, would like the view scroll to 1:30pm rather than 12:00am when the page is loaded or refreshed
Create property set set text and style for "more items" button in month view, currently set to "..." my user requested to set to language specific text like '"more items". Create property to set which view the "more items" button will navigate too, currently set to day but for my project had to override it to agenda view.
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.
If I am on "Day" view and looking at the business hours of 8-4 (default view)...however an important event is set at 5pm...you'd have to click into full day mode to even know it was there. The databinding is such that the "day" should have that 5pm object already on the clientside... I'd like some sort of visual indicator that there's more to see.
I would like to see something built into the scheduler UI that lets you navigate the scheduling conflicts. It could show the number of conflicts, a previous and next buttons. I'm not sure exactly where this would appear in the UI, but that's what you guys are good at! :) At the moment, I am about to have to code this myself, maybe as a custom widget that can be hooked to any scheduler, but I would rather use something built-in. Thanks!
I had done a post for a new feature suggestion - http://kendoui-feedback.telerik.com/forums/127393-telerik-kendo-ui-feedback/suggestions/6261117-get-next-occurrence-of-a-recurring-event This was replied and closed. The suggestion is by no means useful. It DOES NOT achieve what we want. Both the suggestions requires using the scheduler widget and I clearly stated we don't want to use the widget. Also I don't want to get all the occurrences. I just need to get the next occurrence give a start date and an instance of the event. Better still it will be good if I can just provide the pattern and the start date to get the next first occurrence. This tells me when the next appointment is. Please also reference to the telerik ticket#: 843150
There should be a way to programmatically get the selected timeslots from the scheduler. This might need to have the ability to not lose focus on blur of scheduler
My problem is behind the "timelineMonth" view of the Scheduler. In the documentation it is written that "showWorkHours" has a support only behind "day" and "week" views. But it is not really like that. In fact, it is included also in "timeline" and "timelineWeek" views and it works fine. Even more, this feature works also in "timelineMonth", but with a small exception that I want to focus on your attention.
Here is an example showing the problem. It's only about selecting the "today" (in my example the "date" property is showing "today". The same behavior could be achieved if you change it to another date and click the "today" button).
I can show you another particular example describing why this feature is very useful. Here, if the user press on "show business hours" button and then select the "Timeline Month", he will break the logic behind. And it makes somehow the "Show Business Hours" button problematic. And let say I should make some workaround to avoid this thing happens, but not sure why.
Hope this is valuable.
Best Regards, Boyan.
Currently you have to map every required property manually. Like this: model.Field("start", typeof(DateTime)).From("Start"); model.Field("end", typeof(DateTime)).From("End"); model.Field("title", typeof(string)).From("Title"); model.Field("description", typeof(string)).From("Description"); model.Field("recurrenceID", typeof(int)).From("RecurrenceID"); model.Field("recurrenceRule", typeof(string)).From("RecurrenceRule"); model.Field("recurrenceException", typeof(string)).From("RecurrenceException"); model.Field("isAllDay", typeof(bool)).From("IsAllDay"); model.Field("startTimezone", typeof(string)).From("StartTimezone"); model.Field("endTimezone", typeof(string)).From("EndTimezone"); It would be nice to be able to use the short form: model.Field("Start"); ... The problem is not the "huge" amount of typing. What did cost me time was finding out that the SignalR version isn't working like the others.
Having the ability to setup a recurrence outside of the scheduler would be nice. The ability to use recurrences for other things that don't make sense showing up on a scheduler. An example would be setting up a an email subscription. I want it to recur, but I don't need to see it on a calendar.