[pmwiki-users] PmCalendar 1.0rc2 released
ccox at airmail.net
Fri Oct 21 13:56:14 CDT 2005
Allyen E. Wilson wrote:
> Hello, I installed the new pmCal and thanks for fixing the directives
> issue. However, for me, I have an issue regarding the size of the
> When The calendar is the only thing on the page it is very narrow on
> the screen. I have to add a full paragraph with wrapping text to the
> screen in order to get a full sized calendar. If I add a sentence to
> the screen (not a paragraph) that is longer than the initial calendar
> but not as long as a full line, the calendar is exactly that size.
PmCalendar is designed to be themed. Get a copy of the PmCal.css and
copy it to pub/css/Name-of-Your-Calendar-Group.css or you can
put it in the uploads area for Name-of-Your-Calendar-Group and use
styles= to bring in themes (actually styles= can bring in themes from
the /pub/css area as well).
Or am I not getting this? Any chance I could look at remotely
> Also, when I click on the "today" button above the calendar, I get sent
> to the group homepage even though the (partial) url
> "VirtualTeam.VirtualTeam?year=2005&month=10&day=21" shows in the
> address bar.
I think that's a valid bug. I'll work on that one.
> Finally, when I add and entry for a day and save, I go to a page of
> events for that day. How can I create a link or button to return to the
> calendar page?
Sure... you can put [[VirtualTeam|Back to Calendar]] in the GroupFooter
above (:pmcal:)... of course with the bug mentioned above, apparently
you could just press the Today link :) However there isn't an automatic
way to return to the main calendar page after making an edit. So..
you edit, save (you'll stay on the day page), then click a link to
take you back to the main calendar home page.
>> Major change was in the handling of the Markup ruleset placement.
>> A long standing typo made things work "ok", but not correctly.
>> I think PmCalendar is doing things the "right" way now (but
>> I'm still pretty new to all of this yet). So PmCalendar now
>> uses "directives" and properly calls PRR() before return
>> of the data.
>> 1.0rc2 also adds a new feature allowing for recurring dates
>> to be entered into a PmCalendar group whne the year=ACAL.
>> Then these dates can be included into a calendar using
>> acal=SomeCalendar if there are ACAL entries inside of
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