I have a TimeLineGrid using the Office2007 style. All the events on the grid are All-Day events as the grid is down to the day. Unfortunately the events all show up white and I want them the same as normal events. All of the appearance settings are default, so I don't know how to tell it to use the same backcolor as a non-all-day event.
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I believe you can refer to a couple of similar threads. For instance:
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My question is for the desktop application.
The problem I have is that I want the All-Day event to have the same appearance as a non-All-Day event. All of the color settings are set to default. I don't have a reference to the color that an event should be based on the owner it belongs to.
In such case I suggest you to post this topic under Forums » Windows Forms » Controls » WinSchedule, as this section is ASP.NET oriented. What is more, it is likely there is already an answering the color related questions.
Additionally, you may find the official documentation helping you as well, as this is the location where all of the inbuilt properties, etc. you can use are listed. For example, here is shown how to set an appointment BarColor
// Set the bar color to red...note that this will only be // displayed by the UltraDayView control. appointment.BarColor = Color.Red;