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Context Menu

NOV Schedule lets you fully customize the context menu shown when the user right clicks somewhere in the schedule view. To do so, you should create a class that inherits NScheduleContextMenu and override the methods you are interested in. Most commonly you will need to override one or both of the following methods:

The code example below demonstrates how to create a schedule context menu factory that adds a custom command at the bottom of the context menu:

Create custom schedule context menu
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public class CustomContextMenu : NScheduleContextMenu
{
    public CustomContextMenu()
    {
    }
    static CustomContextMenu()
    {
        CustomContextMenuSchema = NSchema.Create(typeof(CustomContextMenu), NScheduleContextMenu.NScheduleContextMenuSchema);
    }

    protected override void CreateCustomCommands(NMenu menu)
    {
        base.CreateCustomCommands(menu);

        // Create a context menu builder
        NContextMenuBuilder builder = new NContextMenuBuilder();

        // Add a custom command
        builder.AddMenuItem(menu, NResources.Image_Ribbon_16x16_smiley_png, CustomCommand);
    }

    public static readonly NSchema CustomContextMenuSchema;
}

When you've created your custom schedule context menu factory, you should create an instance of it and assign it to the ContextMenu property of the schedule view:

Assign a schedule context menu factory to a schedule view
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scheduleView.ContextMenu = new CustomContextMenu();
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