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Just a quick note that the mini calendar now supports navigation to different months.
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I'm not seeing where this option is when I go to publish. Is it a premium offer only?
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Marc,

When I click on an arrow to go to a different month, the calendar goes gray and nothing happens. This is true in Chrome, but in IE, the page resets with everything shifted to the right.

Can you look at it to see what's going on? Is it because there is already some css code written on the site?

www.firstmthealthy.org

Thanks!
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I am having the same problem with my site... clicking to go to a different month locks it up.

www.cliftonculturalarts.org

Has anyone found a solution?
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The solution is to wait for us to fix it wink (which I hope we have)

The root issue was related to the classic "Same Origin Policy" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same_origin_policy browser security model.

It means that a browser doesn't want to let dynamic content (like next month's calendar) once the page has been built. And if we used an iframe, you couldnt have those nice balloon pop-ups. We thought we had a workaround, but we were mistaken.

I think we do have it right this time. I've checked both of your sites and they seem fine. Please note that a visitor will have to have Flash installed for the next/prev month function to work correctly (but the penetration of Flash is something like 99%. see http://www.adobe.com/products/player_census/flashplayer/version_penetration.html)
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Yep, looks great- thanks!
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Argh, spoke too soon...

Firefox is returning a big time error in the display. Is it the mini calendar? It looks normal in Chrome and IE.

www.firstmthealthy.org
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I don't know what the issue is, but the mini-calendar does not load correctly on my site or the localendar publish area in firefox!

If you hit back or forward areas on the mini-calendar it then shows up formatted correctly but cuts off the text near it on the site.

This only happens in Firefox right now....IE looks good.

See for yourself http://www.swissclubdc.org


Please give us a fix or revert back to the old one which was working perfectly. Thanks
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Please give us a fix or revert back to the old one which was working perfectly.


Well, since you gave us no choice, I hope we have fixed it tongue

BTW, This was only affecting Firefox. Not IE, Safari, or Chrome. Lest anyone think only IE has issues sometimes wink
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Thanks a lot for the quick response....looks good biggrin
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