The link you provided is broken, but this problem is easy enough to see, even in your ASP.NET Essential Schedule "Editing Appointments" sample on-line. Go to that sample and hover the mouse directly over the top (or bottom) of the "2:42-3:12 Meeting with James Moore", so that the mouse pointer has a double-ended arrow appearance. Now just click on the appointment. Don’t re-size it – just click it You’ll notice that the appointment is now outlined or, as far as the user is concerned, selected. However, the OnAppointmentClicked event did not fire, since you did not see the edit dialog pop-up, which you get if you select the appointment in the middle.
This is a problem for me, since my appointments are rather small (see first message in thread) and I’ve got both the AllowAppointmentResize and AllowAppointmentDrag properties set to false on the schedule for all appointments, so my users won’t even see that double-ended pointer if they are too close to an edge. Instead, they will just have a normal pointer and a misleading indication of a selected appointment. Any ideas or recommendations?
It is hard to trace why this issue is arising without seeing it in a live application. We have tested this issue in different versions and we could not reproduce this issue.
Here is our test application.http://websamples.syncfusion.com /samples/Schedule.Web/184.108.40.206/F71074/main.htm
Is there any possible way for you to provide us with a sample that shows this exception? Can you reproduce it in one of our samples/attached sample? It will be easier for us to have a closer look into the problem and to resolve it.
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