1.Start a swipe gesture to the right (as like when you navigate to next three days) but stop it by return your finger back (holding the finger on the screen);
2. Since the gesture was canceled, you stay at 15th to 17th of July;
3.. Tap on some event to open it on other screen. Then come back to the calendar;
4.. Now you see other dates on the calendar, less than before, somewhat like 11th to 14th or 8th to 10th. Each time when you open other screen, calendar changes its displayed date. To cancel this behavior do new navigation swipe gesture.
Workaround: get the DisplayDate before the navigation and set it when navigating back
While in DayView (or any other appropriate view), allow for appointments to be draggable to another time slot for rescheduling.
On Android, when the user selects a date on CalendarViewMode.Month mode, the DisplayDateChanged event is fired twice and the displayed date in CalendarViewMode.Day is incorrect.
Sometimes the display date is 4-6 months ahead/behind or just with one month.
appointment color is not coming for ALL Day event in day or multi-day view.
Xamarin Forms, Newest everything
Out of the box, all Calendar views for iOS are in AM/PM
In Android the MultiDay is 24 hour, but the Day view is AM/PM
How can I force Android MultiDay to be AM/PM ?
Region.Op.REPLACE is deprecated and therefore the exception is thrown:
[AndroidRuntime] java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Invalid Region.Op - only INTERSECT and DIFFERENCE are allowed
[AndroidRuntime] at android.graphics.Canvas.checkValidClipOp(Canvas.java:779)
[AndroidRuntime] at android.graphics.Canvas.clipRect(Canvas.java:826)
[AndroidRuntime] at com.telerik.widget.calendar.CalendarFragment.drawRows(CalendarFragment.java:589)
[AndroidRuntime] at com.telerik.widget.calendar.CalendarFragment.render(CalendarFragment.java:259)
[AndroidRuntime] at com.telerik.widget.calendar.CalendarScrollManager$FragmentHolder$LayerView.onDraw(CalendarScrollManager.java:136)
[AndroidRuntime] at android.view.View.draw(View.java:20207)