All time blocks in the control.
Array has the following structure:
|<0, 1>||Entity ID||Text||ID of the entity to which the time block belongs||""|
|<0, 2>||ID||Text||The unique key ID of the time block used to identify it in other properties, methods, and events||""|
|<0, 3>||Start Date & Time||Decimal||The time block's start date & time in OI internal format||0.0|
|<0, 4>||End Date & Time||Decimal||The time block's end date & time in OI internal format||0.0|
|<0, 5>||Back Color||Color||The color of the time block||Select L=90|
|<0, 6>||Fore Color||Color||The color of the time block's text||SelectText|
|<0, 7>||Caption||Text||The time block's caption||""|
The TimeBlockList property contains all the time blocks stored in the control. Each field in the list represents a single time block. This property is a replacement to the EntityTimeBlocks property, which wasn't flexible enough for some needs. This property creates time blocks that have the same flexibility as appointments.
A time block is associated to an existing entity by that entity's ID. Therefore, you must call EntityList prior to calling TimeBlockList. The next value is the time blocks's ID.
Each time block MUST have a completely unique ID. This ID is used elsewhere to quickly identify any time block. IMPORTANT! Keys are case sensitive. For example, "Key" is different than "KEY".
TIP: Avoid using semi-colons in your IDs or some properties will not work correctly.
The start and end times use OI's internal format for date & time, thus you will have to IConv your data if it's not already in this format (or if your date and times are stored separately).
The colors of the time blocks are defined by the Back Color and Fore Color values.
Currently, time blocks can show a a single caption displayed in the center. It may be multilined.