Implement a Gantt view in Scheduler We choose another approach for this and we implemented a whole new RadGanttView control instead. Of course it can be paired up with RadScheduler. Here is the product page: http://www.telerik.com/products/winforms/ganttview-beta.aspx
Add the possibility to have multiple time intervals for a working range and to have separate working ranges for different resources.
Currently, it is not possible to set for example 9:30 as a start scale for the ruler in DayView and WeekView.
Add the possibility either for the end user or the developer to modify the width or height (whichever is relevant) of the resource areas in different views.
IMPROVE. RadScheduler - add event that notifies when an appointment is added by the user. The event args should provide information whether the event is added via the edit appointment dialog or via the inline functionality
Currently, only one resource can be printed on a single page. It should be possible to print the appointments for more than one resource on a single page, just like RadScheduler allows you to set the number of resources per view.
Currently RadScheduler can only group the appointments first by resource and then by date. It should be possible to group the appointments in day view and in week view first by date and then by resource.
Implement search function in RadSchedulerNavigator.
The appointments area of RadScheduler in DayView or WeekView should be automatically scrolled when resizing appointments.
Add the possibility to enable rendering appointments not in the whole cell when their duration is less than the range factor of the view.
This request is to add Working hours range of the view, which will style the cells as working and non working. In addition, add a property ShowWorkingHours while will determine whether non-working hours are visible or not. Or perhaps for the sake of consistency, we can have API as in the day view: dayView.RangeFactor = ScaleRange.QuarterHour dayView.RulerStartScale = 9 dayView.RulerStartScaleMinutes = 30 dayView.RulerEndScale = 14 dayView.RulerEndScaleMinutes = 45
Check out the Weekly calendar style in Outlook Resolution: In Q2 2014 we introduced new feature: WeeklyCalendarPrintStyle. More information you can find in our help: http://www.telerik.com/help/winforms/scheduler-print-support-schedulerprintstyle.html, section WeeklyCalendarStyle
Check out the Outlook vertical scrolling abilities in MonthView
ADD. Scheduler - add possibility to increase the height of the line showing the current time
As an example, if an appointment starts at 12 o'clock on one day and ends at 12 o'clock on the next day, it should be positioned to start in the middle of the first day cell and end in the middle of the next day, instead of filling both days.
IMPORVE. RadScheduler - improve the selection of the cells into RadScheduler to support Ctrl-key. This will allow to users to select cells/days with space between them. CLOSED: The selection in scheduling components should be a single range of two dates in which users can create a single appointment after selected. There would be no purpose in multiple range selection as there are no actions the users can perform with them after selecting.