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Posted by AreteDanceCenter at Sep 20, 2012, 4:58:54 PM
Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
Hello,

Month view 2 looks much better and has much better spacing than view 1. However instead of a hand (indicating each event is a link) it shows a cursor, implying it is editable text... Is this just a glitch on my calendar? How can I change this?

Also, my "September" and all of the Jan, Feb, etc. is not centered on the page on my website, even though it is on the localendar site.

http://prep.aretedancecenter.com/classes-registration/

Can you help?

Best,
Lerey
lerey@aretedancecenter.com

Posted by support at Sep 22, 2012, 1:08:40 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
You had some global CSS settings in your theme which were overriding some of the localendar defaults. I think we have found a way around this so you shouldn't need to make any changes.
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Posted by AreteDanceCenter at Sep 22, 2012, 1:43:20 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
Hello,

Thank you for the response. Looks much better however there is now another problem. It says that September 1st is Sunday, but it was actually Saturday so the #s are off by one.

The events, strangely enough still are on the correct "day" and the times and everything are correct. Just the date #s don't match what they should.

Any ideas what would cause this?

Lerey

Posted by support at Sep 22, 2012, 4:18:30 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
It seems to be caused by the week starting on Monday setting, but it is not appearing outside of the Production environment. We are looking into it (in the meantime, you can set your week back to starting on Sunday)
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Posted by AreteDanceCenter at Sep 22, 2012, 5:19:21 PM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
Thanks for looking into it. I tried changing the start date to Sunday, but it still has the same issue. The date # isn't lining up with the correct day. (The events are on the correct day of the week though)

Would it be easier to somehow disable the css on my page? Is that still what's causing it?

Best,
Lerey

Posted by AreteDanceCenter at Sep 24, 2012, 10:39:51 PM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
Thanks! Looks better. I even changed it back to week starting on Monday and it still works.

Thank you!

Lerey

Posted by AreteDanceCenter at Sep 25, 2012, 12:34:38 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
Huh. It was working. Now it is broken again in Chrome, but fine in Internet Explorer...

Posted by AreteDanceCenter at Sep 25, 2012, 12:36:49 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
I think it is something wrong with the time zones. I have the calendar set to pacific time (where I am. California). However the time in the forum says 12:30 am, and I just noticed it as a problem again (when it changed to tomorrow). Could that be interjecting itself somehow and causing this?

L

Posted by support at Sep 27, 2012, 1:31:24 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
That is definitely our feeling. I too suspected that b/c I havent been able to duplicate it in my personal EST-based calendar, yet I see the problem on yours (actually, I saw it again when the timezone couldnt have been an issue at a different time of day)

We are tracking down the cause.
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Posted by support at Sep 30, 2012, 2:09:08 AM
Re: Month view 2 looks great, but has a cursor
The issue with the M4 view not displaying the dates correctly for some timezones (and when the week was set to start on Monday) has been corrected.
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