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                                  • We're finishing up our scheduler project based on the ASPxScheduler server control and have a couple of appointments display questons.
                                    See Capture.PNG, a screenshot of appointments in "Full Week" view

                                    1)  Is there a way to suppress displaying the "From Apr 12" & "From Apr 13" portions of the left part with the arrow. Ideally we'd like to show just the arrow.
                                    2) Can we left-justify the subject text instead of centered?
                                    3) Can we replace the arrow with a smaller icon ( like a "..." ) at the edge to tighten up the whitespace?

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                                To align text of all-day appointments to the left appointment's border, you can override our "dxsc-apt-center-container" class settings:

                                .dxsc-apt-center-container { text-align: left; }

                                To hide the text pointing out to the date to which an appointment extends from all-day appointments, change the AppointmentDisplayOptions.ContinueArrowDisplayType property for the corresponding Scheduler view:

                                <FullWeekView> <AppointmentDisplayOptions ContinueArrowDisplayType="Arrow"></AppointmentDisplayOptions> </FullWeekView>

                                If you set this property to the Never value, the appointment continue arrows will not be rendered.
                                In this case, you can customize appointment text manually in the ASPxScheduler.InitAppointmentDisplayText event handler.
                                However, take special note that you have to manually determine whether you need to add the "..." string before an appointment subject or after it based on a current appointment interval and a view interval.
                                Thus, I would suggest leaving our predefined arrows in this case.

                                Do not hesitate to contact me if you have additional questions or need further assistance.

                                • Quint King @ Emerson Berkeley CA 11.08.2019

                                  Thanks for the quick responses! I just put in the CSS text-align and the:

                                  Scheduler.FullWeekView.AppointmentDisplayOptions.ContinueArrowDisplayType = AppointmentContinueArrowDisplayType.Arrow

                                  And they both work great.

                                  >Thus, I would suggest leaving our predefined arrows in this case.
                                  I agree.

                                • Oleg (DevExpress Support) 11.08.2019

                                  You are welcome!
                                  I am happy to hear that my assistance was helpful to you.