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Christie Admin asked on 07 Jan 2014, 09:50 PM
Hi,

on my control, I set a readonly slot under each visible spot to prevent any creation, edition and deletion and I realize I don't have any mouseover effect and I need it so how I can achieve it???

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Alain

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Yana
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answered on 10 Jan 2014, 03:25 PM
Hello Alain,

You should set smaller ZIndex to the readonly slots in order to allow the HighlightItem go over them.  Please check the SpecialSlotsZIndex project in our XAML SDK Repository where it is demonstrated how exactly this could be achieved:
https://github.com/telerik/xaml-sdk/tree/master/ScheduleView/SpecialSlotsZIndex

I hope this helps.

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answered on 13 Jan 2014, 07:54 PM
Hi Yana,

it's not exactly what I'm trying to do :( Actually in my ScheduleView control, for each appointments I have, I set a readonly slot at the same time to prevent any modifications. This way, when I place my mouse over my appointment, I can see the mouseover effect on the cell but not on my appointment, the color doesn't change...

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Yana
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answered on 16 Jan 2014, 01:01 PM
Hi Alain,

I am afraid that the required approach is not possible - the whole Appointments Panel is below the Special Slots and there is no way for the mouse over effect of the appointment to be shown when there is a special slot over it.

We're sorry for any inconvenience caused.

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