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A few small enhancements and bug fixes today:

* Start Week on a Monday! (for our European friends)
(Set under Options->General)

* The "Week" jump links on the month-block view is now hidden by default. You can turn it back on under Options->General (click Show More>> and check the "Week Jump shortcut" checkbox

* Various display/format bugfixes on the "Month Block Style #2" view.

* Church sample calendar updated
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Nice options. Thank you and the team for such dedication.

I was happy to see the option to turn the week jump back on; not because I or any of my users actually ever used it; but without it being on in the display, the monthly block calendar view actually displays like a pancake when empty. . . this was not pleasing to the eye. . . . hence I was forced to turn it back on simply for display purposes.

Hopefully you and the team will be able to correct this glitch.
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Care to share your browser/vers/OS?

I wiped my calendar, hid all the holidays and weather so it was totally empty.. and it displayed fine for me.
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Sharing. . . certainly.

Browser is IE8, operating system is Windows Vista Home Premium.

Hosted on Yahoo. . . . using their PageBuilder system of web site construction.

Calendar location:

http://www.blade-tek.com/Early_Late_Closings.html

The calendar publishing code sits inside of an iFrame.

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Hmm. Maybe it's related to the "M4" style view you are using. I'll have a look.
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Any insight regarding the M4 style view and the "week" jump links ?

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Actually, I didnt notice any problem with my calendar, so I checked a duplicate of
http://www.localendar.com/public/bladetek
and it worked fine with the M4 view and Week jump hidden.

I was using Chrome (Not that there should be any difference)
Mind changing it on your actual calendar and having another look?
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I have changed it on the published calendar {turned the week jump off}.
If you select a month with nothing in it {ex: Jun-2011} the display has pancaked. . . . any week row with something included within the row seems to be fine.

Perplexing . . . cool

I have left the week jump link turned off for your viewing pleasure.


Brian

I also have just viewed my calender using "Chrome" and yes the spacing with the week-jump-link turned off is totally functional.

However this is not the case with IE. . . . my 'stats' information reveals Chrome accounts for less than 5% of my website visitors, behind Safari, IE, Firefox, and mobile devices. . . .

More perplexed . . .
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With IE7 and FF6,
http://www.localendar.com/public/bladetek
displays fine for me on June 2011.

I notice you are using a custom transition effect.. did turning that off/on make any difference? I assume you are still seeing this issue?

Even if I jump to June directly with
http://www.localendar.com/public/bladetek?start_date=6/1/2011

it displays correctly.
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I have tried turning on/off the transition effects; no difference either way.

Somehow though access the calendar file directly does not produce the pancake effect. . . . you are correct even when using IE ; however when accessing the calendar through my website domain (Yahoo hosted)(pagebuilder javascript tool used to create web page) the pancake effect occurs.

Brian

http://www.blade-tek.com/Early_Late_Closings.html
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