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Posted by IRDTC at Dec 6, 2016, 3:07:49 PM
iPhone & iPad users can't see calendar properly
I just started using the calendar for the website I manage, and everything was going fine until I heard from some iPhone and iPad users. They can only see a small portion of the current calendar page (like the first week and the upper half of the days in next week), and they can't see the arrows at all, so they can't move to other months. It works just fine on Windows-based computers and Android phones and tablets.

Has anyone else had this problem? Any ideas on how to fix it?

Posted by OPwebmaster at Dec 7, 2016, 4:52:36 AM
Re: iPhone & iPad users can't see calendar properly
That is interesting. When I set up my website (which contains a Localendar calendar) I checked to make sure Apple devices worked correctly (including Ipad and IPhones). Everything seemed fine. I checked as recently as a couple of months ago with someone who has an iPhone 6 or 7, and still worked fine.

Is your calendar part of a website, or is it stand alone?


Posted by support at Dec 11, 2016, 9:48:31 PM
Re: iPhone & iPad users can't see calendar properly
I've got to 2nd what OPwebmaster said. I visited http://localendar.com/public/IRDTC on a phone and tablet and it looked fine on both devices.

Have you published your calendar to a site, and that page doesn't look correct? If so, can you please share the link?
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Posted by IRDTC at Dec 12, 2016, 6:23:24 PM
Re: iPhone & iPad users can't see calendar properly
I have the calendar on a page in a website. Here's a link to the page: https://www.irdtc.org/calendar.html. If any of you have iPads or iPhones, can you try this link and let me know how it looks to you? Thanks!

Posted by jasonsullivan at Dec 13, 2016, 2:01:37 AM
Re: iPhone & iPad users can't see calendar properly
I visited with an iPhone 6S, and, in portrait mode, half of the columns, plus the month advance control, are hidden in the overflow. Landscape mode looks good.
Jason Sullivan
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