I implemented an ASP.NET application that uses RadScheduler. So far so good, but my users requested me for a larger advanced insert / edit form.
Is there a way to change width and height of the Advanced Form?
Thanks in advance
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When the AdvancedForm-Modal property is set to false, the advanced form is shown in the Scheduler container element, stretching to fit its dimensions. So the form will be as big as the Scheduler itself. When the form is set to be Modal, you it sets its Height automatically to fit the content (for example when you expand the Recurrence editor, the advanced form increases its height accordingly). The width can be set through the AdvancedForm-Width property of the Scheduler.
thanks for the explanation. I hadn't noticed the AdvancedForm-Width property, it solved my issue.
What about vertical scrolling?
If the height of the modal form is higher that the browser window, there is not scroll-bar available for users to get to the additional content below.
I tried editing the rsAdvancedEdit class, but wasn't able to get the overflow to scroll.
This was an issue with the advanced form, that we've fixed in the last official release. Could you try the Q3 2015 version of the controls and verify if the issue is resolved?
I've attached a sample page demonstrating that the advanced form is automatically resizing to fit the available height. Here's also a video of the behavior on my end:
If your sample differs in any way, causing the issue, please modify the sample and send it back so that we can investigate the problem.
Thank you. I was actually using the advance form template, as laid out in this example:
Turns out I forgot to add the div with the class 'rsAdvOptionsScroll' Once I added that to the page, it worked.
So I'm all good now. Thanks again for your help and response. :)