OverflowBehavior="Expand" and RadPane

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  1. Gary
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    Jan 2008

    Posted 20 May 2008 Link to this post


    I'm having trouble getting the Splitter/RadPane scroll to function correctly with Scheduler OverflowBehavior="Expand."  Basically I want the scheduler width=100% and the height to expand/contract as required by the content. 

    So far I'm only able to get the scheduler's header to scroll in IE7.  The rest of the content remains fixed in place.  I've tried placing the scheduler inside a <div> with a set height as recommended in previous posts, but doesn't work.  Seems to work ok in Firefox.

    Can you please post a simple working example with overflowbehavior=expand and radpane scrolling the schduler's content?


  2. Peter
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    Posted 23 May 2008 Link to this post

    Hello Gary,

    This problem occurs because the content area of RadScheduler has position:relative, which requires RadPane to have position:relative as well. Please, try the following fix:

    <telerik:RadSplitter ID="RadSplitter1" runat="server">  
                <telerik:RadPane ID="RadPane1" CssClass="Fix" runat="server">         
            <telerik:RadScheduler ID="RadScheduler1" ...> 


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  3. Nicolaï
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    Apr 2008

    Posted 06 Sep 2012 Link to this post

    What if the scheduler is in the radpane, using contenturl?
    (I have a support ticket on this... Kinda urgent, so I try the forum too)
  4. Plamen
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    Posted 07 Sep 2012 Link to this post


     If you do not what the horizontal scroll we recommend you to set the Width of RadScheduler to a particular value and remove the ColumnWidth settings. 

    Hope this will be helpful.

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