Thank you for replying.
The code provided works fine on my end, I am using it after the scheduler has been created. You can try to use it on FormLoad
sender, EventArgs e)
SchedulerDayViewElement schedulerDayViewElement =
var cells = schedulerDayViewElement.HeaderElement.GetCells();
cells.TextOrientation = Orientation.Vertical;
Or on a button click (for testing purposes). Additionally please note that this will only work if your scheduler is in day view mode as we are casting the ViewElement
. If you are still unable to achieve the desired effect please provide me with a sample project to investigate the precise case.
I hope this information helps. If you have further questions, feel free to write back.
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