Currently, there is a @remove event that triggers after Delete is pressed in the default delete modal.
This seems non-parallel to how the @edit event works where it triggers as soon as a scheduler item is double clicked (edited) or when an open timeslot is double clicked (create new).
With @edit, I can customize what happens after an attempt to edit/create was made because it is triggered before an action is finalized.
With @remove, I cannot do the same because @remove doesn't trigger after an attempt to delete is made.
Is it possible to have an event that fires when the k-event-delete (the 'x' button) is clicked?