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Postby tangopos » Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:15 am

Hello,
little bug that I can't find :
with the new version, the aspect of the calendar is weird.

compare :
http://www.tangopostale.com/dev/jupgrad ... de-blagnac

(calendar on the right side, rather difficult to read, but that's a CSS problem that I know, and it is the SAME than in the public site)

now :
http://www.tangopostale.com/dev/jupgrad ... e-festival

same MODULE !
but if I start firebug, css is not the same;

Of course the public site is correct :
http://www.tangopostale.com/fr/programm ... stevents/-

NB : I don't mind the new aspect, it's better IMO, but if you clic on "next month" (english ? ...) it turns uggly.
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Postby Geraint » Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:26 pm

I had changed the JEvents layout from 'default' to 'ext' as an experiment on the dev site.

With your headling colour of red you could look at the iconic layout with a red colour scheme as an alternative - see http://www.jevents.net/products/club-layoutsthemes
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Postby tangopos » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:34 pm

Iconics (and smartphone) installed.

I hesitated a lot, because of the lack of documentation, too many things to guess, and I know you don't have much time writing that, it is a looooong task, and I agree it is much better to answer questions directly;

configuration, iconics, quite narrow calendar.

well, in the :
http://www.tangopostale.com/dev/jupgrad ... e-festival

calendar is still messy if I clic on the arrow "next month"
calendar is OK in the historic part.

nothing changed !

Tried smartphone, same non-result.
Something I did not understand ?


EDIT : with SMARTPHONE ,
the 'geraint " menu option gives a so weird result ! the calendard takes the whole window, even with extremly narrow option, and the right part is at the bottom, seems that jevent does not see that I'm working with a PC, does it think I'm programming thru a phone ?
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Postby Geraint » Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:45 am

some of this stuff can't be documented its about knowing about using CSS. For example mini-calendar layout for iconic layout. This is a CSS issue from your template. Add this to the bottom of your template's css file to fix it:
#extcal_minical > table {
width: 100%;
}
#extcal_minical .extcal_navbar, #extcal_minical .extcal_weekdays {
width: 100% !important;
}
.extcal_weekcell img {
width: 5px !important;
margin: 0px !important;
}

Loosing style when you navigate - this is because you set the module to use the global layout but the menu item to use a specific layout which the module picks up on. Then when you navigate it falls back to the global again - you just need to specify the layout in the module to avoid this (which I have now done).
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Postby tangopos » Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:44 pm

my yesterday reply is gone, so weird !
Well, it's a bit too complicated for me, I tried your css, did not go well at all.

Then I'm back to standard display, not a problem.
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