Occurs before the Reminders form is invoked to display alert notifications for the currently triggered reminders.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Wpf.Scheduler
public event RemindersFormEventHandler RemindersFormShowing
Public Event RemindersFormShowing As RemindersFormEventHandler
The RemindersFormShowing event's data class is RemindersFormEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|AlertNotifications||Gets a collection of notifications for reminders that are currently triggered and displayed in the Reminders form.|
|AllowResize||Gets or sets a value indicating whether end users are allowed to resize the form. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|Cancel||Gets or sets the value indicating whether to cancel invoking the form. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|Form||Gets or sets the form which will be invoked.|
|SizeToContent||Obsolete. This property is obsolete. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|ViewModel||Gets or sets the View Model for the form which will be invoked. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
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The Scheduler control supports reminders for appointments. A reminder sends alert notifications at a specific time interval before an appointment’s start time. If the OptionsBehavior.ShowRemindersForm property is set to true, the Reminders form is invoked to display notifications for the currently triggered reminders. This form contains all reminders triggered at the same time.
The RemindersFormShowing event occurs before the Reminders form is displayed. It allows the default Reminders form to be replaced with a custom form. To access alert notifications for the currently triggered reminders, use the RemindersFormEventArgs.AlertNotifications property.