Now I would like to do the same when the user drags f.e. the END of an event over an other one on the same resource. I tried with the eventpartialresize event. But it seems that return false does not work on this one. Any recommendation what I should use or do instead? Thanks.
I am using React Bryntum Scheduler.
to prevent duplicate events in the same timeframe.
It works fine for the pre-assigned events.
By the way, when I try to assign a new event from unassigned tasks to a resource by dragging and dropping, it allows to make duplicate events.
How can I prevent this, too?
@meanking Please post hijack other peoples threads, post your own question / problem in your own thread.