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In an earlier post I discussed merging calendars and the reason for this is we color code classes that occur in different room, for example Room C is #00008B (Dark Blue) and Room D is #800000 (Maroon), etc. I tried added html code <p><span>style='color:#00008B';</span>Now happening in Room C,</p> for example to no effect. Any suggestions. Thx John
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I created the separate calendar for each room and was able to change the events to the color I wanted. BUT, when I merged the calendars, the event color was lost. Any suggestions?
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You can color-code the merged calendars. Will that work?
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