I am not at present using a ‘touch’ device but the screen display changes so it is not usable - for example on IE there are now no places for the days of the week and the title bar is messed up - - I have attached a screen shoot.
That’s sample is named 10_ipad.html and it was really created to work only on iPad And more specific - on webkit based browser. If you open that sample in Chrome everything will work correctly too.
It’s possible to edit CSS and JS files to add support for other latest browsers though.
Also we are developing DHTMLX Touch library which will include mobile version of scheduler (will be released this month I believe).
While the display is better. As you can see the cells for the ‘events’.
There are some other issues.
The controls across the top are still messed up.
There is no scrollbar to be able to see after 7:00 - in fact it looks like scheduler.config.scroll_hour = 9; is not working.
I only seem to be able to add one event and then the page locks up.
Do I need to add any more “scheduler.attachEvent” ?
Can I just understand do I need to run two pages one for touch (with appropriate js/css files) and one for viewing from a PC ?
or is there anyway to have one page that selects the touch.js/touch.css only for ipad like devices ?
No, as I said sample was created specially for iPad.
It seems you haven’t edited CSS completely.
On touch devices there is no scrollbar like in desktop browser. You simply need to scroll down on touch device. As far as I see such scroll won’t work on desktop and it will be tricky to get that functionality back.