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Author: Subject: Calendar is a Day off.. HELP!
drmr32
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posted on 12/19/2003 at 08:41 PM Reply With Quote
Calendar is a Day off.. HELP!


Can anyone help me?? Everything is set up correctly but the date is off my one day. On the server the date is correct so that is not the problem. Does anyone know what I should do to correct that? :(

heres the calendar
www.wonbyonenj.org/events.php
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nazwiz
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posted on 12/20/2003 at 02:31 AM Reply With Quote
Wrong Day


Where are you seeing the incorrect date?
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drmr32
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posted on 12/20/2003 at 03:28 AM Reply With Quote

Ok I figured out why the day was incorrect. I had moved the top/line for the numbers of the week and changed it to none. It moved all the dates but left the days in the same stop. In order for it to work properly I have to leave the number of the weeks on the left. If you know how I can get rid of the numbers of the week and keep it the same that would be soo helpful.
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Rienk
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posted on 1/3/2004 at 10:10 PM Reply With Quote

Yes, and this is not the only problem... No matter what timezone I enter, around 10 pm the day switches to the the next day. Also, setting the weeknumber to none indeed messes up the Calender... the older version never showed these problems, unfortunately it did show the wrong year
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sshadow
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posted on 1/5/2004 at 09:46 PM Reply With Quote

Actually it makes the Sat header disappear and moves remaining day headers to the left.
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sshadow
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posted on 1/5/2004 at 09:55 PM Reply With Quote

I just found a solution:

Set "Show week numbers" to 'None'

Comment out this code block in Calendar.php

if($show_week_numb==1) {
$d=$i*$hw+1+$__s-$dwf;
(($i==($s_i+$__s2)&&$days_location==1)||($i==$rows-1&&$days_location==2)) echo "<td ".style_bg($header2_bg_color).">&nbsp;</td>";
else echo "<td align=\"center\" ".style_bg($header2_bg_color)."><span class=\"$header2_font_color\">".W_N($m,$d,$y)."</span></td>";
}
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Rienk
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posted on 1/7/2004 at 01:34 AM Reply With Quote

Of course! This is geniously simple! Only, it of course only works if you set "Show week numbers" to 'Left', at least that works for me.

Thank you very, very much.
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