Hi Stuart Hemming,
"Is it supposed to be from 00:00 on one day to 00:00 on the next?
- On lower level the allDay
appointment is persisted holding only the dates (no specific time). And having a choice we try to present the time in the most expected way, which currently seems to be day(x) to day(x + (n - 1))
where n is the duration in days, when the allDay
checkbox is checked and 12 am day(x) to 12 am day(x + n)
when it's not checked.
E.g. appointment having 1 day duration starting 12/24/2010 will be presented:
- 12/24/2010 - 12/24
/2010 when AllDay
- 12am 12/24/2010 - 12am 12/25
We decided this is the best approach since by the checkbox, the user already has the information that this appointment has a multiple of 1-day duration, so he shouldn't be guessing if, either, the start or the end date is included in this period (they are included).
The bug that I thought you reported was that after you uncheck the checkbox the selected time period becomes false - instead selecting the timeFrame between 12 am day(x) to 12 am day(x + n)
the format is 12 am day(x) to 12 am day(x + (n - 1))
I hope this makes it clear.
the Telerik team