Is there any workarround to solve the following problem?
If we configure the date regional settings in Spanish (Spain), when we apply a color in a range time, the slots between 12:00:00 PM and 1:00:00 PM, aren't painted with the selected color.
With PVDayView1 .TimeBackColor = vbWhite .RangeBackColor(#10:00:00 AM#, #3:00:00 PM#) = vbCyan End With
The backcolor of the time slots between 12:00:00 PM and 1:00:00 PM remain yellow.
Thank you in advance.
When I said
I would want to say 'The backcolor of the time slots between 12:00:00 PM and 1:00:00 PM remain white'
Thank you for your post.
Regarding your original post, what is the PVDayView1 element? Is this the ProtoView Day View control?
I am using the ActiveX controls:
PVDayView9.ocx and IGWeekView9.ocx
in a Visual Basic 6 project.
Thank you Andrew
Thank you for confirming that you are currently using the ActiveX controls.
Unfortunately, the ActiveX controls have been retired for quite some time and we no longer provide support for them. As such, I have moved this forum thread from the Windows Forms forums to the Retired Products forums. Perhaps there is a community member on these forums that can help you.
If you would consider upgrading to using the Windows Forms or WPF schedule family of controls, these are supported, and I would be able to answer any questions you have about them. Below are a couple of links to our documentation about these controls:
WinSchedule (Windows Forms): https://www.infragistics.com/help/winforms/winschedule
XamSchedule (WPF): https://www.infragistics.com/help/wpf/xamschedule
Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns on this matter.
Thank you very much Andrew