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vilhelm
Sun Feb 29 2004, 11:40PM
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I've been working on this update for a while.  I have made quite a bit of progress, although I still need to do some stuff before the release.

Some of the stuff I've done is: rewrite the views... the week view was a pain, but I think I've finally gotten all bugs out of it.  I've added a year view, and lots of different preference things.  The admin area is completely re-done.  here's a pic:

I'm having ideas about changing the list view because I want to add a list by category item, but I'm afraid of overstuffing the navigation... which has resulted in thoughts about a breadcrumbs system for e107... That would be down the road so I need to figure out something else sooner.  if anyone has any thoughts they'd like to share about stuff I should incorporate, let me know.

oh yeah, recurring events is an idea floating in my head, as of yet I'm not sure.  Also I've been working on a way to specify different hours for multiple day events... so far I've got the javascript done, but I'm trying to figure out the best way to record it in the database.

if you want to see my current progress, you can check out my website at [link]

vilhelm.

jweaks
Mon Mar 01 2004, 09:27PM
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It's looking good. Thanks for your hard work. I'm looking forward to the recurring events function that would really complete it for me. Regarding views, if you click away from the month view, how do you get back to the month view? Thanks!
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Zvon
Wed Mar 03 2004, 05:35AM

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Im looking forward to the multiple day and reccurring events, vilhelm great work as usual keep it up buddy!
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jweaks
Fri Mar 26 2004, 03:46AM
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One thing that I either don't understand or possibly it's an issue that needs to be addressed...

I have admins that I want to have access to add/edit on the calendar, but it seems like the only way I can give them permission is by giving them the admin right to modify "site preferences." This is not good. I need lower level admins to get into the calendar. Is there something I'm missing?

jw
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Par5n2
Tue Apr 06 2004, 08:50PM

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Par5n2
Tue Apr 06 2004, 08:51PM

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Seem like the link is no longer working or site has been moved.
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bbinder
Tue Apr 06 2004, 09:46PM
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hmmm any chance u can add an option to define whether a popup alert displayed a day before event and on event day?
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vilhelm
Sun Apr 11 2004, 03:50AM
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sorry folks
[link] or [link] is better

I've been lazy with this release, I'll try and push it more...
but I swear it has lots of good stuff
:)
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vilhelm
Tue Apr 13 2004, 12:52AM
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I'll need beta testers soon... anyone wanna volunteer?
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sproutpongo
Tue Apr 13 2004, 08:00AM
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oh oh oh pick me pick me pick me. :)
e-mail me if needed.

casey/at/dirtyfingernails.com
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