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I use the calender for a sort of show schedule / time table. Sadly I miss the function to show events in the week (or month) view having the start times at the same height.

Say Monday a show starts at 3 pm and 4 pm while Tuesday its 3 pm and 5 pm as an example. Right now the 4pm and 5pm would be shown on the same hight but I would love to see a blank space on tuesday eg. for as long as the entry on monday 4 pm is. That would make it much easier to have an overview with many different events starting at different times.

Or is there already a solution for this? Thanks for reading!
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Are you referring to on the Month-block view?

I think you want something like a Week view, but with fixed-size hours down the left. We don't have something like that, partially because we don't believe in truncating events that get too long (and partially because we just haven't built it wink )
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