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Annett
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Annett asked on 25 Jan 2012, 03:44 PM
Hi,

I have a horizontal oriented scheduleview. I want to set a smaller width-property to the appointments. I tryed MinAppointmentWidth but nothing happend. The appointments are 100px? and i must scroll horizontal to see the second half of the day. I tried viewbox, but the then the scheduleview is too small to read. I had set MinTicks = 1h and MajTicks 6h. So the MinTick column could be 10 or 20px.
Can I set the width in the template? Where?

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Annett

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Konstantina
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answered on 30 Jan 2012, 06:19 PM
Hello Annett,

For which view you are refering to? If you could give us some more information about your case. Sending us some screenshots will be very helpful.

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answered on 31 Jan 2012, 10:36 AM
Hello Konstantina,

I attached a screenshot. The red arrow is the current width for 1 hour. It is too big for my windowsize. The scheduleview shows only 15 hours till 3pm. The gridviewcolumn size must be so small. If I put the scheduleview in a viewbox its too small to read the numbers and words. The solution for my problem is the green arrow.

Question 1: What must I do to have a small width for 1 hour, like the green arrow?
Question 2: With the TimeRulerLineStyle I can set the color for the vertical lines (major and minor). But can I set different colors for the minor and major vertical lines? Like in the screenshot the blue and yellow lines.

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Annett
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Konstantina
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answered on 02 Feb 2012, 01:30 PM
Hello Annett,

Straight to your questions:
1. In order to change the size of the TimeRuler you need to set Min/MaxTimerRulerExtent properties of the ScheduleView. You can see an example how these properties work in this online demo.
2. You can create a CustomTimeRulerItemStyleSelector and set different colour for the minor and major ticks. More information you could find in this help article.

Hope this helps.

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