Basically, the panel that hosts the content of the TimeBar (TimeBarContentPanel) lies beneath the other TimeBar panels, e.g. ItemContainer, GroupContainer, etc. That is why the hosted control cannot detect mouse interaction. However, you can take advantage of the TimeBar.HoveredPeriodChanged
event and TimeBar.HoveredPeriod
property, which will give you information for the hovered period and when it is changed. Based on this information you can implement custom logic for manually interaction with the hosted control in the hovered period range. For example:
sender, Telerik.Windows.Controls.TimeBar.HoveredPeriodEventArgs e)
//implement custom logic
I hope this information helps.
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