Tooltip properties in RadCalendar

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  1. Luke
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    Jan 2011

    Posted 24 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Is there a way to alter the properties of the built in tool tip for each appointment.  More specifically, i need to adjust the AutoCloseDelay property so the tool tip stays on the user's screen longer.  Right now the tool tip contains too much information to take in when it fades away after a few seconds.


    Luke Wautier
  2. Princy
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    Posted 25 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Luke,

    AutoCloseDelay specifies how many milliseconds should elapse before the tooltip closes automatically if the cursor is positioned over the element for which default setting is 2000 milliseconds. Check the following help documentation which explains more about this.
    ShowDelay and AutoCloseDelay.

  3. Luke
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    Posted 25 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Sorry, i thought i posted this in the RadCalendar forum...i should have been more specific.  I understand how to alter the properties on a tooltip control, but I would like to alter properties on the "built in tooltip" for radcalendar.  See my image attached.  You'll notice there is quite a bit of information and right now, there seems to be no way of adjusting the autoclosedelay property.
  4. Ivan Zhekov
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    Posted 31 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Luke,

    We'll need a bit more information in order to solve this issue properly.

    1) Can you confirm that you are indeed using 2011.2.712 controls, as specified in the thread description?
    2) In which browsers are you testing in? Does it happen in other browsers as well?
    3) What do you mean by "built in tooltip"? Is it the title attribute or the RadToolTip? If it's the RadToolTip, which skin is it, as I couldn't match it to our existing skins?

    If the by "built in tooltip " you mean the generated e.g. from the title attribute, that can not be controlled, as it's a browser feature.

    Ivan Zhekov
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