Implement a way to hide weekends from MonthView
Add ability to display arrows to the scheduleview when there are appointments outside the visible area http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/wpf/scheduleview/mark-to-see-items-out-of-visible-range.aspx
Ability to have a reverse flow of dates in TimelineView - start visible days from a later date and end up with an earlier date.
Like the EnableSmallAppointmentRendering property of the DayViewDefinition/WeekViewDefinition.
In current implementation if the Appointment starts before the DayStartTime its not possible to scroll to it using ScrollIntoView method.
"I need to have three edit appointment templates and according with the option selected by the user, I have to select one o the three templates. Each template has different fields and also I need to have some read fields an read/write fields."
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 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.
For a customer project we would like to be able to have the ability to add exceptions to the recurrencepattern of a scheduleview SpecialSlot. This would be used for displaying different types of working hours which have a recurrence but on occasion also have a exception. Could this feature be added? Regards, Johan Lollinga Ideo B.V.
Render the TimeRuler of the two specific days during the year in DayViewDefinition in the following way: When setting back the clock: 00:00 01:00 02:00 (02:00) 03:00 04:00 ... And when setting it forward it would be: 00:00 01:00 03:00 04:00 ...
Allow drag and drop of an AllDayEvent from/to the AllDayArea.
Currently when the Windows FontSize is set to 125%, the TimeRuler lines in RadScheduleView have different thickness.