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Time cell is not displaying the correct time

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151240 Feb 5,2020 01:44 AM UTC Feb 5,2020 12:16 PM UTC Angular 2
Tags: ejSchedule
Asked On February 5, 2020 01:44 AM UTC


I have an Angular 8 project with Schedule control and I am using time slot of 90 minutes:

public timeScale: TimeScaleModel = { enable: true, interval: 90, slotCount: 1 };

The time slots are displayed OK on the laptop but not on the mobile phone ( the time is displayed as 1 PM instead of 1:30 PM ). I attached pictures with the desktop and mobile views.

Please help me to show the correct time.



Attachment: Pictures_c1b876f8.zip

Balasubramanian Sattanathan [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 5, 2020 10:33 AM UTC

Hi Mircea, 
Greetings from Syncfusion Support. 
We have checked your reported problem at our end. By default, mobile mode Scheduler timescale will be differ from Desktop mode. We can change it by using majorSlotTemplate and minorSlotTemplate property like below code. Kindly refer and use the below timescale. It will be same as the mobile and desktop mode. Kindly try the below code snippet in our previously updated project and let us know if you need any further assistance on this. 
<ng-template #timeScaleMajorSlotTemplate let-data> 
  <div class="majorTime">{{getMajorTime(data.date)}}</div> 
<ng-template #timeScaleMinorSlotTemplate let-data> 
  <div class="minorTime">{{getMinorTime(data.date)}}</div> 
public timeScaleTimeScaleModel = { 
  enable: true, 
  interval: 90, 
  slotCount: 1, 
  majorSlotTemplate: '#majorSlotTemplate', 
  minorSlotTemplate: '#minorSlotTemplate' 
public instanceInternationalization = new Internationalization(); 
getMajorTime(dateDate): string { 
  return this.instance.formatDate(date, { skeleton: 'hm' }); 
getMinorTime(dateDate): string { 
  return this.instance.formatDate(date, { skeleton: 'ms' }).replace(':00'''); 
Balasubramanian S 

Replied On February 5, 2020 11:23 AM UTC

Hi Balasubramanian,

Yes, it is working now.
Thank you very much.




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