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Hello Marc,

when I look at the preview of the list view of the localendar, the months (Jan, Feb, ..., Dez) appear under the Current Month Name (for example, Dezember 2017). In the view on my website https://www.fetkoether-dinkelhausen.de this is missing. I think this feature is very good. Is this an option of the settings?

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Christoph

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Hello Marc,

the short month names in German are:
Jan, Feb, Mrz, Apr, Mai, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Okt, Nov, Dez

Sincerly

Christoph
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The calendar is responsive. So, the dates are not being displayed on your site because the calendar isn't wide enough to include them.

If you can make the space a little wider, the dates should appear automatically.
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Hello Marc,

I have set the test width to 119%. Now I see the months Jan - Dec, but the ad is now wider than the original content area. I can now choose if I want to see the months, or if I expand the content area. Since I work with Jimdo, I would have to approach the result with CSS programming.
It would be nice to see the months, but I stay 100% wide. If there is a more elegant way to customize the widget, I would be grateful, of course.

<iframe src = "// localendar.com/public/c....0?style=M1" height = "500" width = "119%" marginheight = "0" marginwidth = "0" scrolling = "yes" frameborder = "0" border = "0"> </ iframe>

Sincerely and nice Christmas

Christoph
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It looks like you went the ad-free route to get it working correctly? I am sorry I didn't get a chance to look at it sooner, but if there is anything else I can do to help, please let me know. Happy New Year!
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