Thank you for your question.
Yes, you can disable the in-place editor the way you proposed, but RadScheduler
provides more convenient ways to achieve this.
supports read-only mode and to activate it, you only need to set the following property:
.radScheduler1.ReadOnly = true;
has a bit different behavior in read-only mode as you may notice. In case you only want to disable the in-place editors, you can set the following property:
I hope this will help you. Feel free to ask if you have any additional questions.
the Telerik team