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 horizontal configuration, with resources displayed down the left side of the control, a large number of resources will cause the control to stop functioning. In some cases, like ours, we do not have the option to filter the resources by those that have scheduled events, and so infinite scrolling is necessary for the number of resources we need to support. For reference, see the forum post about this here: http://www.telerik.com/forums/virtual-scrolling-for-scheduler-with-many-resources
The user should be able to select multiple events at the same time by pressing the control key. At the moment this can not be done. The following example shows the issue: http://dojo.telerik.com/udItE -> It is not possible to select events from Meeting Room 101 and Meeting Room 201 at the same time. This feature would make it possible to swap events from different groups. For example, swap the meeting rooms of two events.
I'm looking to be able to modify agenda view, so that it is like the group headers in grid - having the date as the group header and then the events that occur on that date shown underneath (also collapsible). Is this possible?
I also tried to do this in the grid but it doesn't seem to work due to the fact that it using a start and an end, not a single date column.
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.
Dear Telerik team.
Currently you use hard coded formats to display dates and times.
majorTimeHeaderTemplate: '<span class=\'k-time-text\'>#=kendo.toString(date, \'h:mm\')#</span> ' + '<span class=\'k-time-period\'>#=kendo.toString(date, \'tt\')#</span>'
It would be nice if you would respect the culture settings and at least I would not have to change the templates every time I use a scheduler.
I didn't check all your widgets, but I guess the scheduler is not the only one ignoring the culture settings.
Please make use of the current culture settings/patterns
Thanks in advance
We have a need to be able to provide a dropdown above the scheduler, in order to allow the end user to change the time zone of the scheduler dynamically, even after it has been initialized. Our team was disappointed that this is currently not possible (http://www.telerik.com/forums/timezone-dropdown), but maybe in the future. Thanks for reading.
I would like to know if there is a way to add aggregates to a kendo scheduler?
There is a particular value that I'd like to apply an aggregate.sum to, then have that sum appear in a header. Is this possible with the scheduler? or is there some work around?
Allow to have different child groups for each parent group Example: ___________________________________ Meeting Room 101 | Meeting Room 201 ___________________________________ Alex | Bob | Charlie ___________________________________
Being able to highlight a specific date in the Scheduler (not necessarily today) that will be visible regardless of the view the user is using.
The configuration should provide a flag for rendering small events to take up their actual size. The current default size of an event is the size of a slot, if the event's duration is smaller than the slot duration. It would be nice to be able to switch to a behavior where if an event is 5 min and the slot is 15 min, it will show up with the size of a third of the slot. This was possible in the Silverlight implementation, with the EnableSmallAppointmentsRendering flag set to false (for Silverlight that was the default behavior).
There should be the ability to show resources (this is multiple resources) without grouping. All resources will show in a line. This would have worked in our case where we have employees and sub-contractors as two different set of resources but cannot be grouped. We needed to show both the sets on the scheduler at the same time and also assign events across to both sets (so an event can belong to an employee and sub-contractor). The two sets cannot be combined into one resources collection as the resources can have the same Ids
is maybe planned? it would be great, as great is in the Silverlight one...
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
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.
can we show Time vertically in Timeline view