The new edit form works perfectly. However, after the new edit form closes, I still have this little, tiny edit form that has no functionality. The buttons don't do anything on it. I want that tiny form to go away. Any ideas?
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You can control this behavior with the StartEditingInAdvancedForm and StartInsertingInAdvancedForm properties of RadScheduler.
in my markup and I interrupt the Insert method in server code. If I mark this property true, the standard edit form comes up.
I am attaching an isolated sample of the demo where this functionality works as expected.
Hope this will be helpful.
I ended up utilizing a page analyzer to locate the css class of the window. Using header injection, I was able to hide the window.
The following code was adapted from: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3941136/can-a-user-control-come-with-its-own-css-styles-embedded-in-the-user-control