Steps to reproduce: 1.Open the attached solution, build and run the sample application. 2.There are two appointments created in the view. Double click the 'Appointment2' to edit it. 3.Select 'Room 1' from the 'Room' combo box and unselect 'Room 2'. 4.Click OK to apply the changes. 5.'Appointment2' is moved to 'Room 1' however it also becomes unselected as the 'Appointment1' becomes the selected one.
Available in LIB version 2017.1.206 , it will be also available in the R1 2017 SP1 Release.
The direction of EditAppointmentDialog, RecurrenceChoiceDialogStyle etc. is always LeftToRight even if the ScheduleView itself is RightToLeft.
Available in LIB version: 2017.2.515
When you first load,The slots on readonly area still can be open.After selected a Appt on readonly area ,the slots onr eadonly area become disable(read only). When you seletced a appt on left area ,the slots on right area are enable open. The issue can be observed following this - http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#ScheduleView/SpecialSlots. Available in LIB version 2016.1.201, it will be also available in the 2016 SP1 Release.
For example, in DayViewDefinition, while dragging an appointment close to the Day header.
Available in the 2016 R2 release.
Available in LIB version 2016.1.201, it will be also available in the 2016 SP1 Release.
Available in the 2016 Q1 Release.
Example scenario: in the current implementation of the RadScheduleView when touch and drag over an appointment the scrolling action is triggered. The target of this implementation is to change the behavior so when doing the same actions you should drag the appointment.
If we add a lot of appointments (1000) in the SelectedAppointments collection via code, the ScheduleView control freezes for few seconds.
The resized Appointments is not present in the DragDropState.
This only happens when editing existing Appointment.
Available in LIB version 2016.1.208, it will be also available in the 2016 Q1 SP1 Release.
Available in LIB version 2015.2.817, it will be also available in the 2015 Q3 Release.