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How to: Fill Resource Headers with Specific Colors

This example demonstrates how to fill all resource headers with specific colors obtained from the ASPxScheduler.ResourceColorSchemas collection. To do this, handle the ASPxScheduler.CustomizeElementStyle event.

As a result, resource headers will be colored as time/date cells associated with corresponding resources.

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