Like the EnableSmallAppointmentRendering property of the DayViewDefinition/WeekViewDefinition.
Currently it is possible to set only fixed width to the GroupHeaders.
Add property that will include the AllDayArea in the area to be scrolled with the time scroll so that the user can scroll it too.
When creating an recurrent appointment on the 31st of the month Outlook gives the user a warning: "Some months have fewer than 31 days. For these months, the occurrence will fall on the last day of the month." And as the message indicates, the event occurrences would start on the last day of the month when the 31st does not exist. This will set the occurrences at the end of each month regardless of the length of the month.
New ViewDefinition which shows an overview of a complete year. There should be a separate Calendar for each month and the days which have appointments should appear in Bold style.
Make it possible to render custom elements in the TimeRuler of the control. Possible uses could be when you want to render an indicator like the CurrentTimeIndicator but for different time zone.
When edit the a recurrent appointment by dragging or resizing it, existing exceptions are not cleared. They are cleared only when edit the appointment by its dialog.
The scroll goes only to the top or to the bottom.
Implement a way to hide weekends from MonthView
When a time line view is used with resource descriptors and a single resource contains multiple appointments ScrollIntoView scrolls to the wrong position. The resource slot is scrolled in the view but the appointment is not in view when the slot is large. Attached is a sample project demonstrating the problem.
I know that there is few properties which can be stored into database (start time, end time, subject). My main goal is to store priority and timemarker data also but it seems there is no way to get them. I've noticed that if time marker is added into appo
* SnapAppointments should cause appointments to snap to tick marks, as it does now. * By default, SnapAppointments should not prevent the start/end time from falling outside the visible time range. (Or at least it should consistently prevent or allow this.) * There should be another bool property that prevents/allows the start/end time to be outside the bounds of the visible time range. http://admin.telerik.com/?Context=Support&Control=%7e%2fUserControls%2fSupport%2fThreadReply.ascx&ST=425043&SM=0