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Posted by PMFC at Dec 30, 2013, 4:33:20 PM
Save To:
The 'Save To: Google/iCalendar' etc feature at the bottom of the event pop-up is not really appropriate for our club calendar.

Is there a way to remove this? I have had a good look in options as well as some searching in the Forum and not come up with anything.

As a new user of Localendar I would welcome some help please!

Tony

Posted by PMFC at Jan 2, 2014, 4:34:15 PM
Re: Save To:
Thanks to the people who had a look at my query.

The fact I have had no suggestions makes me wonder if it is Localendar policy to always have the 'Save to:' buttons at the bottom of the event pop-up.

Perhaps someone could confirm that this is the policy?

Since I first posted I have discovered a messy way to avoid showing the buttons is to have lots of carriage returns after your event information. The buttons are then off the bottom of the screen. You do loose the very useful 'Location' facility, the maps for which are excellent. However you could provide a direct link, just below your event information, to your own produced maps.

Perhaps I am the only person who is concerned about the 'Save to:' buttons!
Tony

Posted by support at Jan 2, 2014, 5:39:07 PM
Re: Save To:
Yes; at this time we offer those buttons on all events so that users can export reminders to their personal calendars.

However, you can use a bit of custom Javascript to hide this section on the popup.

Under Options->Events, paste the following into "Common Event Information"

<script>
$( document ).ready(function() {
$('#saveto_section').hide();
$('#defaultICal').hide();
});
</script>

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Posted by PMFC at Jan 3, 2014, 7:34:58 AM
Re: Save To:
Thanks, exactly what I was after.

Much appreciated.
Tony

Posted by bscv-tim at Mar 7, 2018, 12:03:00 AM
Re: Save To:
The solution provided appears to no longer work - saveto having been replaced by export may be the cause; I have been unable to discern the altered text needed to regain this important fix to eliminate the buttons. Any help would be appreciated.

 
Yes; at this time we offer those buttons on all events so that users can export reminders to their personal calendars.

However, you can use a bit of custom Javascript to hide this section on the popup.

Under Options->Events, paste the following into "Common Event Information"

<script>
$( document ).ready(function() {
$('#saveto_section').hide();
$('#defaultICal').hide();
});
</script>


Posted by bscv-tim at Mar 7, 2018, 12:34:32 AM
Re: Save To:
I need to amend my post: the solution mostly works for custom created events (once the scripts are modified) - it does leave the word 'Export:' - but the list of options is gone. This does not, however, affect the ical imported/merged entries from our Google Calendars. The vast majority of my calendar entries are the latter, so I didn't see the discrepancy at first. Is there no way to solve for those auto-imported/merged events?

Here's the version I am using:
<script>
$(document).ready(function(){
$('#export_section').hide();
$('#defaultICal').hide();
});
</script>

Posted by bscv-tim at Mar 7, 2018, 1:04:41 AM
Re: Save To:
Okay... everything is a lie ;-)

I have validated the original scripts are perfect for those events created in localendar. I have also validated they do not apply to anything brought into localendar via ical.

Applying the scripts to any portion of an event in the source ical does prevent the icons from showing up, but it basically makes a mess of the information contained in the event.

So... is there any way to eliminate those export fields for the imported items?

Thanks much

Posted by support at Mar 8, 2018, 9:02:48 PM
Re: Save To:
Hmmm... there is no current way to do this (even as a workaround) but I think we would consider adding it as a setting under Options->Events. I'll pass this along to the dev team.
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