Actually, you will not be able to override the UpdateVisibleRange method. I am sorry for the misleading guidance. It will take a few more steps to accomplish the task you wish.
After the next LIB, you will be able to inherit the DayViewDefinition and the WeekViewDefinition. For your custom DayViewDefinition, you need to override the FormatVisibleRangeText()
method. It accepts range start, range end and current date as parameters and returns a string.
For the custom WeekViewDefinition, you need to override the GetVisibleRangeStart()
Please, note that, since this is WPF, for the DayViewDefinition and the WeekViewDefinition, you will also need to override the CreateInstanceCore()
method. It simply does one thing - returns your new view definition.
Once again, I apologize if the former explanation caused you inconvenience. I hope this information will be helpful.
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