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Indeed, we are currently researching how to provide the desired option. As a workaround you may hide the "all-day" time slot using some custom CSS as demonstrated on the following example:
I hope this helps. Let us know in case further assistance is required for this case.
I am glad that the suggested approach helped and thank you for the feedback. We will have it in mind.
It appears the provided solution caused another issue with the calendar. It also removed the 2nd timeslot for 7:00AM. Every time increment has 2 slots but with the provided CSS the top time loses it's second slot. If you remove the CSS then it reappears.
This is especially important for me because I slotDivisions="1" which means every time only has 1 slot. So with the CSS I actually lose a full time segment. If you add that attribute to your example you will lose the 8AM slot completely.