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4/13/09
Original Poster
CIRZamboniDJ

Display End Time in Embedded Calendar

Hello,
  My feature request would be to add the option to display the end time of an event on calendar view.  This way, someone can easily see that I am not available from 3-6:30pm, etc, Rather than clicking the event.
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smisk
4/15/09
smisk
Yes definately want this in the monthly view.. Is there no extra flag you can send to the render application to make all events expanded in the "program" view
 
My only solution so far is to have "week" definied as the first view so that they will actually see the events (only listed as "occupied") stretch out over the hours.
 
I modified the frame to be 1200 height x 1024 width to accomodate viewing the full 24 hours of the day in the weekly view.
 
ecorrado
8/3/09
ecorrado
Yes. Being able to display the end time of the event on embedded calendars is important. Please add this feature. Imagine a store (or in my case a library) that wants to use Google Calendars for hours. People need to be able to know when we close! Not just when we open. I'd like this option for all embedded views, but in particular I want it for the Agenda view because that I use to display my calender when I embed it into a Web page because the display makes the most sense for my site.

Edward
singingsparrow
1/11/10
singingsparrow
Yes: I would need the feature also in the Agenda view.
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