Thank you for writing back.
You should set the DefaultTimeZone
property instead. However, the SchedulerNavigatorElement.TimeZonesDropDown
is bound to the returned collection by the SchedulerTimeZone.GetSchedulerTimeZones
() method. When you create a new SchedulerTimeZone
, note that this is not present in the SchedulerNavigatorElement.TimeZonesDropDown.DataSource
. Hence, the SchedulerNavigatorElement.TimeZonesDropDown.SelectedValue
property will not be changed when the AssociatedScheduler.ActiveView.DefaultTimeZone
is changed to your new time zone. I would recommend you to iterate the result collection from the SchedulerTimeZone.GetSchedulerTimeZones
() method and find the desired time zone. Then, assign it to RadScheduler.DefaultTimeZone
property. Thus, the navigator will be updated.
sender, EventArgs e)
SchedulerTimeZone londonTimeZone = GetSpecificTimeZone(
.radScheduler1.ActiveView.DefaultTimeZone = londonTimeZone;
tz.Label = schedulerLabel;
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and the process is not over yet.
I hope this information helps. If you have any additional questions, please let me know.
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