Calendar widget broken in 4.7?
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Wed Jul 13 19:36:13 BST 2011
Nikos Chantziaras posted on Wed, 13 Jul 2011 20:29:14 +0300 as excerpted:
> On 07/13/2011 05:36 PM, Duncan wrote:
>> Nikos Chantziaras posted on Wed, 13 Jul 2011 15:25:41 +0300 as
>>>> plasmoidviewer calendar
>>> Thanks for that command! I tried that, and it displays Greek name
>>> days in the right part.
> It seems it doesn't have anything to do with language. I only have
> English (US) configured. I also found that the right side can be
> disabled by unchecking the "Display events" checkbox in the calendar
> settings. I've found the info on this here:
> That site seems down though right now, so here's Google's cache of it:
Seems there's a bug (or is it a feature?), tho. If I switch to other
months, it shows the holidays on the right. But July (well, probably the
current month, no, can't be as July, 2012 has the same behavior),
doesn't, at least for the US, which was the only one that was active by
default. So the right side was blank despite there being holidays. But
I just added, for instance, Argentina (top of the list so convenient to
add for a test), and it shows one day there (the 20th, so it's not the
current day), but not the others. unless I hover directly over them -- it
doesn't show the whole list.
But for other months, unless I'm hovering over a specific day, it shows
the whole list of them for the month.
Oh, just figured it out! It IS a feature (and it's not the whole month
after all)! It only shows dates *AFTER* the currently selected day, the
current day of the month if you haven't clicked any. And in the US,
there's nothing after July 4 in July. Adding Argentina, I get one on the
20th, so it's shown, but no others, unless I click something early enough
in the month to show July 4 (US) and July 9 (Argentina).
IIRC, at one point those showed up, but as tooltips if you hovered over a
marked day, only. Now they show in the area to the right, instead,
allowing more to be listed, if there's more in the displayed month or
early enough in the next month to be displayed, of course.
Anyway, that there happened to be no holidays displayed for the US after
the 13th is why it appeared blank, here. Had there been, I'd have seen
them and could have told you what the functionality of the right side was.
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