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Fixed column width on row header

Answered: Hi Bertrand, I'm not sure what exactly the problem is but: 1. The "RowHeaderWidthAutoFit" property needs to be renamed to "rowHeaderWidthAutoFit": https://api.daypilot.org/daypilot-scheduler-rowheade...

Problem when launch daypilot

Answered: Can you please contact support@daypilot.org? Please include your order number.

Time header active areas don't work

Example from https://doc.daypilot.org/calendar/time-header-active-areas/ is not work (nothing happens when i click on time) on DayPilot Pro for ASP.NET WebForms 2020.2.3743 May 15, 2020 The same func...

Time range context menu is opened when time range is selected and clicking on event

Not sure if it is a bug but it is definitely a UX issue because it is a completely unexpected behavior for the user. Steps to reproduce: 1. Select an empty time range in a scheduler instance. Right-c...

Alert() Replacement in TypeScript, Angular.

I'm searching for a fancy Alert() Replacement in TypeScript, Angular.

onBeforeCellRender

Answered: The onBeforeCellRender implementation must be very fast because it's called for every cell in the grid during scrolling. I recommend reading all cell data in advance and storing it on the client side...

How to change start time?

Answered: In the Pro version, this can be set using dayBeginsHour and dayEndsHour properties. See also: https://doc.daypilot.org/calendar/overnight-scheduling/

Problem with an org.daypilot.json.JSONException:

Answered: It looks like you are reading the input stream before passing it to process(). In that case, it's necessary to reset the position in the stream to 0. Something like this might also happen if you try ...

How to change bar color?

Answered: The right property name is "barColor". Here is a full list of event object properties: https://api.daypilot.org/daypilot-event-data/ There is also an example that shows how to change the duration bar...

full display for Calendar

Answered: In the JavaScript version, all member names follow the camel case convention. You need to use "heightSpec": https://api.daypilot.org/daypilot-calendar-heightspec/
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