Gets or sets a value indicating if the RangeControl should be automatically adjusted after the scheduler visible interval or active view has been changed.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Wpf.Scheduler
true if the RangeControl is automatically adjusted ; otherwise, false.
You can access this nested property as listed below:
|Object Type||Path to AutoAdjustMode|
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If the AutoAdjustMode option is switched in, the RangeControl will be automatically adjusted in the following way:
After the SchedulerControl.ActiveView property value has been changed, the RangeControl visible scales will be automatically switched to the scales are the best for using within RangeControl for navigating within the newly set scheduler view.
Scheduler View RangeControl scales Day View, Work-Week View The Day and Week scales Week View, Month View The Week and Month scales Timeline View Scales that are currently visible in the scheduler view
To automatically switch a scheduler view to the most appropriate view for displaying the time range that is currently selected in the RangeControl, set the SchedulerOptionsRangeControl.AllowChangeActiveView property.
When the SchedulerControl.Start date is switched to a date that is beyond the RangeControl’s available time range (ScaleBasedRangeControlClientOptions.RangeMinimum, ScaleBasedRangeControlClientOptions.RangeMaximum), this range’s boundaries will be automatically recalculated so that this date will be in the middle of the newly set time range available in the RangeControl. The scheduler active view is also taken into account when recalculating the RangeControl available range.
RangeControl Total Range
Range Minimum = the start of the scheduler visible interval - 1 month
Range Maximum = the start of the scheduler visible interval + 1 month
Range Minimum = the first day of the month visible in the scheduler - 3 months
Range Maximum = the first day of the month visible in the scheduler + 3 months
Range Minimum = the first day of the month visible in the scheduler - 6 months
Range Maximum = the first day of the month visible in the scheduler + 6 months
Range Minimum = the start of the scheduler visible interval - twice the duration of the scheduler visible interval
Range Maximum = the start of the scheduler visible interval + twice the duration of the scheduler visible interval
Handle the SchedulerControl.RangeControlAutoAdjusting event for customization settings to be applied when the AutoAdjustMode property is set to true.