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Gary
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Gary asked on 05 Jan 2009, 08:59 AM
Hi

I have recently applied the lastest Q3 2008 files and the time column suddenly became blank. Inspecting it with IE developer toolbar nothing was being rendered in the table for this. Additionally the heights of the TD's in the time column differened to those in the appointmenst grid and thus the alignment of the rows were out of sync. After some investigation I established that this must be due to the type of mode the HTML validation is set to ie Strict/Quirks. I am correct in assuming that the recent update to the rad controls now require pages to be set to strict mode? Mine is not set to strict mode for other reasons, is there any solution to this?

Also I would like just to make available the Month View and Timeline views on the scheduler is this possible. (Currently I can make just one of them available by setting the selected view to either of them and switching off the view tabs.)

Thanks

Gary

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Peter
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answered on 09 Jan 2009, 08:21 AM
Hi Gary,

This problem should be fixed with the latest build. Please, download the hotfix from here and let us know how it goes:http://www.telerik.com/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2faccount%2flatest-internal-builds.aspx

As for the other question, you can hide the day and week tabs by setting:

WeekView-UserSelectable="false"
DayView-UserSelectable= "false"


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Peter
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answered on 30 Jan 2009, 09:25 AM
Thanks for this hotfix.  I was having problem where in a DNN module rendered in IE6, the time column was showing but in a different size than the appointment grid in calendar and day view.  The hotfix worked like a charm. 
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