Custom Recurrence Dialog

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  1. Robi
    Robi avatar
    7 posts
    Member since:
    Mar 2013

    Posted 24 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    Hi,

    How can I create an custom recurrence dialog for appointments and how to bind it correct..

    I've this toolbar now with the normal recurrence dialog and i wana create an own dialog..:
    <telerik:RadToolBar x:Name="AppointmentToolBar"
                        Grid.Row="0"
                        Margin="-1 0 -1 3"
                        BorderThickness="0 0 0 1"
                        GripVisibility="Collapsed"
                        OverflowButtonVisibility="Collapsed">
        <telerik:RadButton x:Name="EditRecurrenceButton"
                           Command="schedule:RadScheduleViewCommands.EditRecurrenceRule"
                           Visibility="{Binding CanEditParentAppointment,
                                                Converter={StaticResource InvertedBooleanToVisibilityConverter}}">
            <ToolTipService.ToolTip>
                <ToolTip telerik:LocalizationManager.ResourceKey="EditReccurence" />
            </ToolTipService.ToolTip>
            <TextBlock Margin="6 0"
                       FontWeight="Bold"
                       Foreground="Black"
                       telerik:LocalizationManager.ResourceKey="EditReccurence" />
        </telerik:RadButton>
    </telerik:RadToolBar>

    Regards
  2. Kalin
    Admin
    Kalin avatar
    1209 posts

    Posted 25 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Robi,

    In order to create a custom EditRecurrenceDialog I would suggest to modify the default dialog instead create new one from the scratch. Using Implicit Styles you will be able easily to extract the default EditRecurrenceTemplate ControlTemplate and modify it as required. For your convenience we have prepared a sample project which demonstrates the exact approach.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,
    Kalin
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