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That is because weekends are special slot type called 'Non-Working Hours'. We have an entire page dedicated to explaining this concept in the documentation, please see Xamarin Calendar Documentation | Non-Working Hours | Telerik UI for Xamarin.
There, you'll find an example that changes the background color of those days using a CalendarSpecialSlotStyle object. If you wanted to make it transparent, just set the BackgroundColor property to Transparent:
<telerikInput:CalendarSpecialSlotStyle BackgroundColor="Transparent" .../>
For more information about Multiday View, visit Xamarin Calendar Documentation | MultiDay View | Telerik UI for Xamarin.
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I read that document, but that's not what I'm looking for. I don't need to style the non-working slots, I need to make weekends be considered 'working slots'.
Currently, I display the business hours on the schedule as the DayStartTime/DayEndTime, and I use the WorkStartTime and WorkEndTime to grey out the times within that day that the user is not scheduled to work. This all works great with a couple lines of code. The only issue I am finding is how to enable weekend slots without having to write a ton of extra code.
The link you gave me says that weekends are non working slots "by default". That makes it seem like there's a way to turn that off.