onSchedulerResize

fires before the scheduler changes its size

void onSchedulerResize(){ ... };

Example

scheduler.attachEvent("onSchedulerResize", function(){
      //any custom logic here
});

Details

The event informs that the size of the scheduler was changed, and data area needs repainting. Normally, you don't need to care about this event: it can be useful only if you create some custom view.

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