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MajorTickLength bug?
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Christian Burkhardt
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Christian Burkhardt asked on 09 May 2011, 09:56 AM
Hi,

I'm trying to make several timeline views for ScheduleView. These views should be with the following increments: 1h, 2h, 4h, 12h and 1 day.

The problem I have is that the 1h and 12h view are displayed fine but the 2h, 4h, and day views are displayed with tick length of 6h. Do you know why this is happening?

You can find the code below. I have also a test solution if you need more details.

<scheduleView:RadScheduleView x:Name="ScheduleView" Margin="2" Grid.Column="2" AppointmentsSource="{Binding Appointments}">
 <scheduleView:RadScheduleView.ViewDefinitions>
     <scheduleView:TimelineViewDefinition Title="1h timeline" MajorTickLength="1h" MinorTickLength="1h" VisibleDays="7" MinTimeRulerExtent="10000" />
     <scheduleView:TimelineViewDefinition Title="2h timeline"  MajorTickLength="2h" MinorTickLength="2h" VisibleDays="14" MinTimeRulerExtent="5000" />
     <scheduleView:TimelineViewDefinition Title="4h timeline"  MajorTickLength="4h" MinorTickLength="4h" VisibleDays="14" MinTimeRulerExtent="5000" />
     <scheduleView:TimelineViewDefinition Title="12h timeline" MajorTickLength="12h" MinorTickLength="12h" VisibleDays="14" MinTimeRulerExtent="2000" />
     <scheduleView:TimelineViewDefinition Title="day timeline" MajorTickLength="1.00:00:00" MinorTickLength="1.00:00:00" VisibleDays="28" MinTimeRulerExtent="2500" />
 </scheduleView:RadScheduleView.ViewDefinitions>
</
scheduleView:RadScheduleView>

Thanks

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Valeri Hristov
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answered on 10 May 2011, 10:05 AM
Hello Christian,

The Minor/MajorTickLength properties support only a set of inline values - 1min, 5min, 10min, 15min, 30min, 1h, 3h, 6h, 12h, 1day. Those are visible in the intellisense when you use RadScheduleView for WPF, but it seems that the Silverlight design assemblies are missing the type converter. I will schedule the design time problem for a resolution, most probably the fix will be available with the internal build next week.

To make custom ticks you need to use the full syntax of the Major/MinorTickLength properties (even after we fix the design-time problem), for example if you want 4h ticks, you should use the following XAML:
<telerik:TimelineViewDefinition Title="4h timeline" VisibleDays="14" MinTimeRulerExtent="5000">
 <telerik:TimelineViewDefinition.MajorTickLength>
  <telerik:FixedTickLengthProvider TickLength="4:0:0" />
 </telerik:TimelineViewDefinition.MajorTickLength>
 <telerik:TimelineViewDefinition.MinorTickLength>
  <telerik:FixedTickLengthProvider TickLength="4:0:0" />
 </telerik:TimelineViewDefinition.MinorTickLength>
</telerik:TimelineViewDefinition>

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