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Lokesh
Level 8

Timegrid program cell modification

Hi,
I am currently working on the timegrid node:

I modified the channel column using channelInfoComponentName, but I am unable to modify the program cell columns(eg, background color of program cells).

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RokuTomC
Roku Employee
Roku Employee

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

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Lokesh
Level 8

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

Yes, I gone through this but the problem in that, there are no borders to identify the program cell. If there is any other way for changing the background color for the program cell in the timegrid please help.

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bdun42
Level 7

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

Is there a reason the component doesn’t support a custom program component? 

eastWind
Level 8

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

@bdun42  Did you find Any luck in customizing the program cell ??

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srikanth
Level 8

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

Hi @RokuTomC ,

    As per my client requirement i need to display the program image instead of the title and i have used "HDSMALLICONURL" property to display the program image but it looks very odd (image size is 200 * 200) since there is no option to adjust image display mode.
  Is there any option to program cell modification like channel cell modification (channelInfoComponentName).

@eastWind , @Lokesh , @bdun42 
  Any luck on program cell modification, please let me know.

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eastWind
Level 8

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

@srikanth I have only been able to change the background of the program cell. You may use the field 

programBackgroundBitmapUri for that purpose. With a proper image, you can change the background.
Apart from this, I'm also expecting Roku will provide tools for customizing the program cells more.
devnullpointer
Level 8

Re: Timegrid program cell modification

@eastWind is right. the bitmap uri is the only way to change the background color using a 9-patch image file.