RadScheduleView - NavigationHeader new button

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Ohad asked on 29 May 2022, 01:15 PM

How can I add my own button as I marked in the picture?

            <telerik:RadScheduleView.ViewDefinitions>
                <telerik:DayViewDefinition DayStartTime="8:00" DayEndTime="20:00"/>
                <telerik:WeekViewDefinition DayStartTime="8:00" DayEndTime="20:00" x:Name="WeekViewDefinition"/>
                <telerik:MonthViewDefinition />
            </telerik:RadScheduleView.ViewDefinitions>

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answered on 30 May 2022, 03:22 PM

Hello Ohad,

One way of achieving this result would be to subscribe to the Loaded event of the RadScheduleView control. In it, get the Grid layout with x:Name="ScheduleViewHeader" and add a new ColumnDefinition instance to its ColumnDefinitions collection. Then, set its second child element (StackPanel which contains additional navigation buttons and current view definition information) to the last column definition through the Grid.SetColumn method. Finally, create a new RadButton control, set it to the second column definition, and add it to the Children collection of the Grid layout.

The following code snippet shows a sample implementation of this approach:

private void RadScheduleView_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
    var scheduleView = (RadScheduleView)sender;

    var gridLayout = scheduleView.ChildrenOfType<Grid>().FirstOrDefault(x => x.Name == "ScheduleViewHeader");

    if (gridLayout != null)
    {
        var columnDefinition = new ColumnDefinition();
        gridLayout.ColumnDefinitions.Add(columnDefinition);

        var secondChild = gridLayout.Children[1];
        Grid.SetColumn(secondChild, 2);

        var button = new RadButton() 
        { 
            Content = "My Custom Button",
            HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Left,
            VerticalAlignment= VerticalAlignment.Center,
            Margin = new Thickness(0, 5, 0, 5) 
        };

        Grid.SetColumn(button, 1);
        gridLayout.Children.Add(button);
    }
}

The produced result is as follows:

I have also attached a sample project, which has this suggestion implemented.

Regards,
Stenly
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commented on 31 May 2022, 06:20 AM

Helped me a lot, thank you very much!
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