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This event has not been exposed at a control level, but you can subscribe to it by using the following code:
The solution that Daniel suggested is also a valid one. However, the ActiveViewChanging
event will fire every time the view is changed (even via some custom functionality, event handler, etc.). The TimelineViewClick
will fire only when the user clicks the Timeline button in RadSchedulerNavigator
We will consider exposing this event in the Visual Studio's property table with the next official release.
@Daniel: Thank you for helping our community members in the forums. Your Telerik points have been updated.
@Karl: Thank you for bringing this omission to our attention. Your Telerik points have also been updated.
И хope this helps. Feel free to ask if you have any additional questions.
the Telerik team