The schulder with can be set with a percentage. So I can for example, set it to occupy 100% of the parent container. The CellWidth however, has to be specified in pixels. What usually happens is I get a gray outline where the scheduler itself renders to, but the space is inused unless their are enough cells or the cell width is exactly big enough to occupy this space (without getting horizontal scrollbar).
Because non business hours in the scheduler can now be turned off, the number of cells visible is going to change according to the the number of hours set. I usually end up with cells not rendering (i.e. occupying the entire scheduler).
For example, if I am viewing a schedule that displays 12 hours in 30minute increments I have 12x2=24 time columns.
Since CellWidth cannot be set as a percentage of total is there any way to always have the 24 cells for example, occupy the entire scheduler space. For example when resizing div, browser etc.
Unless I'm missing something, this issue seems to greatly reduce the need for a percentage setting in the scheduler itself.