Is there a way to disable the ScheduleView's scrollbars and just move it inside a ScrollViewer?
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answered on 07 Aug 2012, 07:42 AM
The ScheduleView control is designed to use its own scroll bars and not to be placed inside a ScrollViewer control. Because of this it might have glitches when placed in ScrollViewer and the main drawback is that all virtualized panels will stop working and all visual items will be realized when the ScheduleView control is loaded. This might cause performance issues.
Could you please give us some details why you need to place the control in a ScrollViewer control? This will help us better understand the need of placing the RadScheduleView control in ScrollViewer.
Oh, I see, never mind though, I found a work around and didn't need to do that. However, I'll attach a screenshot of what I want to do, basically, I need a combobox under the Header (Monday/Tuesday...). Right now I added the combobox inside the HorizontalTimelineMajorItemTemplate. Is it the right way of doing it?
answered on 07 Aug 2012, 03:51 PM
This looks like the right way to add combo box under each month. Let us know if you have other questions.