Drag and Drop : Full drag and drop
support within the control and from outside of the control. Drag items
into the list or into the schedule from any area on a form.
Schedule Area Notes
: set specific notes and
representative note images within
the Gantt scheduling area. Customize Note image, text presentation and
location of the Note.
BarStyles property : allows developers to determine if they want BarStyles properties or the properties on individual TimeBars to have
the highest priority when being rendered in the control. This property
will provides developers greater control over the appearance of the
ctSchedule control, as well as, allow for better compatibility with
older versions of the Solutions Schedule product.
Tips on Schedule Area Notes : to present the text of the
note to the user when the mouse hovers over a note.
Line Arrows : arrow images to denote that more time
bars are out of the current view; in a previous view or in
the next view forward.
Line Arrow Events : fire when a user clicks on
an arrow allowing the developer to present and/or programmatically
scroll to the next or previous time bar, or a time bar selected from a
list, not visible in the schedule area within a schedule item.
Time Bar height definition : gets the
height of the time bars in a schedule.
Line height definition : gets the default
line height of the resource list and schedule areas.
Time Bar Linking / Unlinking : a set of before
linking events and enhanced unlinking methods providing developers programmatic control
for TimeBar Linking and UnLinking.
User Drawn TimeBars :
Create custom OLEPicture
HitTest Method : HitTest methods can be used to
position custom dialogs, tooltips and whiteboard solutions for example.
Also, the HitTest Methods are an excellent resource for creating custom
drag and drop features with specific Date and Time At - X and/or Y
coordinates, within your application.
Guide Lines : Increase
scheduling accuracy and timebar viewing with Guide Lines. Guide Lines
are vertical lines used to highlight specific times on a schedule
offering users discrete “snap-to” functionality for easier time bar
positioning and viewing.
Time Bar Linking :
Display visible relationships between time bars. Time Bar Link lines can
be displayed with different colors, thicknesses, and one of three link
Map View :
compressed view of all defined schedules
directly above the schedule view (gantt) area. From within the Map
Area, "point & click" support provides quick navigation to that segment
of a loaded schedule.
Dead Zones :
Create areas in the schedule into which
time bars cannot be created, sized, moved.
List Header Styles :
Set line items to display and behave as headers. Enhance presentation with
discrete formatting of header items.
Time Lines : Style vertical time division lines
of the Time Scale Ruler through the Gantt area in the scheduler.
Time Bar Overlap
Use built-in methods and custom events to quickly locate conflicts between
time bars throughout the entire schedule.
Edit Modes : Persistent edit modes for - erasing, linking and un-linking time bars.
Undo / Redo : Use
built-in Undo and Redo methods for any user-activity with time bars
(adding, moving, sizing, deleting, linking, and unlinking time bars).
Developers have full control over Undo / Redo limits.
XML Import & Export : Read and
Write to/from XML data and optionally include presentation detail.
Remote XML file support : Read XML files
from local, LAN, WAN resources or webservers.
Export to Image : Publish schedules to the
web and add images to reports.
Time Frames : Present schedules in time
frames end-users want: minutes, hours, weeks, months, quarters or years.
List Header & TimeLine Ruler
Presentation : Enhance
time line presentations with full control of captions and color bars.
Color Bars : Add areas of color to
Built-in Printing : Options
for page footers, title fonts, title alignment, and masked bitmaps.
General Features : Insert schedule items,
Manipulate vertical scroll, Minimum time bar width, XP Style fill
patterns for the list headers and ruler.