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View Selector

The ASPxViewSelector control can be displayed within the scheduler or as a stand-alone control, bound to the Scheduler control via its ASPxSchedulerRelatedControlBase.MasterControlID property. The ViewSelector is used for quick switching between different scheduler Views. Its appearance is illustrated in the following picture:

 

The table below lists the main properties which affect the appearance of the ViewSelector:

Visibility To prevent the ViewSelector from being displayed within the scheduler, set the ASPxSchedulerOptionsBehavior.ShowViewSelector to false.
Buttons Buttons in the ViewSelector control indicate which views are enabled via the SchedulerViewBase.Enabled property. If a view is disabled, the corresponding button is not shown.

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