Scheduler on iPad - EditTemplate Looks Horrible

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  1. Pete
    Pete avatar
    6 posts
    Member since:
    Jul 2013

    Posted 30 Dec 2017 Link to this post

    I have scheduler working well in my app. Everything looks good when using a desktop computer. I have set my scheduler to use .Mobile(MobileMode.Auto) .Mobile(MobileMode.Auto) in order to get around the double-click issue with iPads. However, when my appointment edit template displays the formatting is all off and the background is gray instead of white, the fields are not visible.

    I am attaching 2 files, one for how it looks on desktop (which is good), one how it looks on an ipad (which is not).

    I get the feeling that nobody is really using the scheduler with ipads since the forum seems to not have much information on it and the mobile features on scheduler are primitive.

    Anyone using it sucessfully? Are there any tricks? I would prefer to just have the desktop mode and work around the double-click issue, has anyone figured out a way to do that?




  2. Veselin Tsvetanov
    Veselin Tsvetanov avatar
    1201 posts

    Posted 02 Jan 2018 Link to this post

    Hi Pete,

    Attached you will find a simple MVC project, based on the described scenario. The MobileMode is set to Auto and the Edit template is properly displayed on iPad (screenshot here). I have tested the above on iPad with iOS 9.3.5 and on iPad with iOS 10.3.3 in both Chrome and Safari.

    May I ask you to modify the attached, so it reproduces the problem observed at your end and send it back to us? This way we will be able to troubleshoot the issue locally and to provide you with the most appropriate assistance for this case.

    Moreover, please, tell us which is the iOS version and the browser used on the device, where you have observed the problem.

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