[EventCalendar] little calendar, big calendar?

Rick Boatright rboatright at gmail.com
Mon Dec 29 19:14:53 UTC 2008

Alex,  I think that the bigcalendar should default to showing ONLY events.

And we need to make the option REALLY CLEAR in the docs and FAQ section,
that both are available, because somehow I missed this entirely.

But I would think that the vast VAST majority of the time, the big calendar
should have only events in it, not posts.....

And by golly, I missed that entirely up to now.


On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 12:42 PM, Alex Tingle <alex at firetree.net> wrote:

> Rick Boatright wrote:
> > I don't know how to say this then, but there's something "odd" about your
> > installation, because no one EVER has reported any problem with dates and
> > inclusiveness in 3.1.x
> > Something's weird in your database, and I don't know what.
> >
> > I hope Alex shows up, he may have an idea.
> I think it's just that the default is different in 3.2.dev-02. By default
> the
> big calendar works like the sidebar calendar - it shows events *and* posts.
> If you want to change that you set show_only_events=1. There's a checkbox
> for
> that on the sidebar widget control panel, but for the big calendar you have
> to
>  set it in the placeholder:
> [EC3BigCalendar:show_only_events=1]
> That's obviously caused loads of confusion, so now I'm torn. Should we
> change
> the default so that the big calendar behaves as you expected? Or should we
> keep it the way it is so the big calendar is consistent with the sidebar
> calendar?
> I'm leaning towards changing the default.
> -Alex
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