kandi X-RAY | MonthView Summary
kandi X-RAY | MonthView Summary
MonthView is an android library to display month calendar within the app.
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Please take a look at the following code and tell me this. 1. Is there a better way to implement this functionality? 2. I know AnyView has a performance impact, but if there isn't a better way to apply the SRP, does the performance impact worth it?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-01 at 11:44
If you go that way, the following looks more appropriate for me (from the SwiftUI design perspective)
Tested with Xcode 11.4
In VBA, three main kinds of date time controls can be used provided certain ocxs have been registered using administrator rights. These are VB6 controls and are not native to VBA environment. To install the Montview Control and Datetime Picker, we need to set a reference to Microsoft MonthView Control 6.0 (SP4) which can only be accessed by elevated registration of mscomct2.ocx. Similarly for mscal.ocx and mscomctl.ocx. Having said that, the deprecated mscal.ocx may or may not work on Windows 10.
Depending on your Windows and Office versions (32 bit or 64 bit), it can be really painful to register these ocxs.
The Monthview Control, Datetime Picker and the deprecated Calendar control look like below.
So what problem can I face if I include these in my applicaiton?
If you include them in your project and distribute them to your friends, neighbours, clients etc the application may or may not work depending on whether they have those ocx installed.
And hence it is highly advisable NOT to use them in your project
What alternative(s) do I have?
This calendar, using Userform and Worksheet, was suggested earlier and is incredibly basic.
When I saw the Windows 10 calendar which popped up when I clicked on the date and time from the system tray, I could not help but wonder if we can replicate that in VBA.
This post is about how to create a calendar widget which is not dependant on any ocx or 32bit/64bit and can be freely distributed with your project.
This is what the calendar looks like in Windows 10:
and this is how you interact with it:
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-10 at 04:51
The sample file (added at the end of the post) has a Userform, Module and a Class Module. To incorporate this into your project, simply export the Userform, Module and the Class Module from the sample file and import it into your project.
Class Module Code
In the Class Module (Let's call it
CalendarClass) paste this code
I have just started using the Kendo MVC Schedule component. I can get the schedule to display with data contained in the schedule. But, what I'm having a hard time determining is how to get the information associated with the item selected when the user clicks on an item in the schedule. For example, I'd like to be able to retrieve the title and description fields from my model that I passed to the Schedule object.
I do have the following JS function that is being fired when the user clicks on an object:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-27 at 11:09
Items have uids embedded in their HTML source, which you can pass to the DataSource's getByUid method:
I have a UserForm of a MonthView that opens when I click in the specified range of cells. This SO thread gave me the basic script. It doesn't put the UserForm where I expect.
Here is the script (that I placed in a specific worksheet) to open the UserForm when I click any cell in range
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-26 at 23:53
Question 1: I have the UserForm StartUpPosition property set to 0 - Manual - is this correct? Yes, it's correct. In the code below, I am setting this property in the code.
Question 2: When I click any cell in the specified range, for the first time after opening the workbook, the UserForm always opens in the far top left corner of the screen. Why? I think the answer to this is somewhat related to question #3. That would seem to be a default location for the form to open in. The way you have the code now, trying to set the form top and left coordinates in the
Worksheet_SelectionChange event is not working because the coordinates are never actually getting set. The setting of the coordinates needs to be moved to the userform initialization event.
Question 3: When I click any cell in the specified range, for any clicks after the first, the UserForm opens relative to the previous cell that was active, instead of the one I just clicked. How do I get it to open relative to the cell just clicked, instead of relative to the previous active cell? This problem is also related to the code being in the wrong place. As noted above, the coordination setting needs to take place in the userform initialization event. As to why it's referencing the previous active cell, my guess would be that the active cell doesn't actually get changed until after the worksheet selection change event completes. So since you are trying to set the coordinates within this event (i.e. - before the event finishes), you are getting the previously active cell. Again, moving the code to the correct location fixes this issue.
Question 4: Why does it appear to align the bottom of the UserForm instead of the top? There appears to be a difference between the definition of "top" when it comes to cells (ranges) vs userforms. The top of the cell is measured from the first row whereas the top of the userform seems to be measured from the top of the Excel application. So in over words, if activecell.top and userform.top are both equal to 144, they will be different locations on the screen. This is because the top of activecell is 144 points down from the first row in the Excel spreadsheet while the top of the userform is 144 points down from the top of the Excel application (i.e. - the top of the Excel window), which is higher on the screen because the starting point (top of the Excel window) is higher than the starting point for activecell.top (first row in the spreadsheet). We can adjust for that by adding the height of the userform plus the height of the active cell to the top coordinate.Sheet module code
Problem: i tried to make this example https://swiftui-lab.com/communicating-with-the-view-tree-part-1/ a bit swiftier by not using the same MonthView() 12 times but in a loop. Unfortunately when tapping the label/month the variable activeIdx won't be updated and I have no idea why... and my question is: how do i have to change the code that the binding works? Expected behaviour: When you tap on the month names the red border should mark the label you tapped....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-16 at 20:33
The reason is you cannot
init a binding View like that.
Here's what I have:
- ASP.net MVC Visual Studio project with C#
- Kendo/Telerik Scheduler Control
- Event pop-up of the Scheduler defined in template (separate CSHTML file)
- In the template, a Kendo TextBoxForControl for the field Title
- Also in the template, a Kendo drop down list for the field TaskSourceWoId
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Aug-09 at 12:50
Heard back from Telerik. Their response was:
In order to notify the model for the automatically assigned Title value, you will have to trigger the change event of the Title field
For the text box, I just added change() to the end of the assignment:
I'm new to using the AlloyUI Scheduler. I have found how to display an alert if a item is saved, edited or deleted but I can't seem to find out how to show an alert if the item is moved, ie moved to another time or day. I would have thought that the 'edit' event would have handled this but apparently not. This is the code I have....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-18 at 18:19
For each view you'll need to listen to the
drag:end event for each view. Unfortunately, this event doesn't provide the dragged
SchedulerEvent, so you'll need to obtain it in an appropriate way for each view:
I have a grid here which shows all the projects from the Db that have their statuses as "Open". Now I want to show a different colour for each project on the scheduler. Currently, it's showing the projects with the same colour, which can confuse users. Please see the images below of the screen and the code....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-07 at 10:46
I had the very same issue and solved it by assigning a special class within my event template and doing some additional magic once the
DataBound-event was triggered.
I am using JqxScheduler for schedule appointments.
It seems if we select a cell using left click and right click on different cell jqxScheduler not select that cell where we are right-clicked.
My requirement is reset all cell if the user right clicks on other cell and select that right-clicked. Have added one solution but it works only once at first time.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-15 at 09:56
There is no default functionality provided by JqxScheduler. However you can use below logic,
I have "Microsoft MonthView Control 6.0 (SP4)" component that enters the date to cell "D17" I want my function to compare today date to cells "D17" date and give certain message. So if date in cell "D17" is older than current date it will display "OFFER EXPIRED" message. In cell "D17" I currently have
1.10.2018. I use formula
=IF(D17>TODAY();"OFFER EXPIRED";"") but it doesn't work. I have tried different cell Formatting options with no success. Any ideas where the problem can hide?
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-03 at 10:18
Assuming that the date you have is in string format & in
dd.mm.yyyy format. Use below code for the comparison:
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You can use MonthView like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the MonthView component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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