Is there a way to create a custom context menu when you select an item on the schedule? I want to be able to click it and have all of my own items because we don't want to add or remove items on the schedule we want to more use it for creating other things and navigation.
JOJoy Oyiess Rex K Syncfusion Team December 30, 2013 05:44 AM UTC
Thanks for your interest in
Yes, we are able to customize the
context menu, for that please refer the below sample,
Dashboard -> WPF -> Schedule -> CustomizationDemo
Note: Select the required platform accordingly (WPF/SL/WinRT)
In the above sample we have used
RadialMenu instead of our default ContextMenu, so that we are able to add our
own items in the custom menu(eg: RadialMenu).
We can also use “ScheduleClick” (“ScheduleTapped”
for WinRT) event of the SfSchedule to the get details about selected
timeslots and its appointments, so that we can show our custom menu in this
If the provided solution doesn’t
meet your requirement, please revert us back with more information about your
requirement and the platform(WPF/SL/WinRT) in which your are using our SfSchedule
control, so that we could analyse on it and provide you possible solution.