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plugin:yearbox:discussion [2016-03-08 17:38]
plugin:yearbox:discussion [2021-01-24 13:33] (current)
ooleanderoo [Namespace-Creation]
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 +===== Wrapping =====
 +Sorry if this is not the right place to ask! And I also don't know much about any of this!\\
 +So, the calendar produced looks fine and is, in my opinion, very adequate for desktop viewing, thanks! However, when I checked on mobile it "maintained its width" and "stuck out" of the new adjusted width/layout of the mobile version of the page (sorry, I don't know how to describe this in a more technical way). I suspect that this is not a problem of this plugin but that it has to do with the template I use (bootstrap3). In any case, I haven't been able to find any way to fix this; I would be content if I could somehow put the calendar in a box with a horizontal scrollbar, for example. I've tried to do this fiddling with other plugins such as "box" or "wrap" but it doesn't work (if I try to wrap the calendar in a smaller box the calendar simply appears cut). Is there anything else I can try? Sorry for the terrible explanation! --- **Branmabon 2017-03-22**
 ===== Preview ===== ===== Preview =====
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 // week begins on Sunday in PHP... // week begins on Sunday in PHP...
 $lang['yearbox_days'] = array('So', 'Mo', 'Di', 'Mi', 'Do', 'Fr', 'Sa'); $lang['yearbox_days'] = array('So', 'Mo', 'Di', 'Mi', 'Do', 'Fr', 'Sa');
 </file> </file>
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 in syntax.php I changed :  in syntax.php I changed : 
-<code> +<code php
- $first_weekday = ($first_weekday > $start) ? $start: $first_weekday;+$first_weekday = ($first_weekday > $start) ? $start: $first_weekday;
 </code> </code>
 to to
-<code> +<code php
- $first_weekday = ($first_weekday > $start+1) ? $start+1 : $first_weekday;+$first_weekday = ($first_weekday > $start+1) ? $start+1 : $first_weekday;
 </code> </code>
 +> Thanks for that! However it omits a day the end of some months. How could this be fixed? See for example year 2006, the 31st of October isn't displayed even though it existed.  --- [[user>Kuranes|Kuranes]] //2018-05-08 10:13//
 +===== Namespace-Creation =====
 +Works fine now that I understood how to use it correctly with:
 +One thing is that I want to combine your plugin with the bureaucracy plugin. In the Bureaucracy-Plugin it seems not easily manageable to create the pages the same structure you are providing. I now changed one of your PageNameStrategies with : 
 +<code>        return "$baseNS:$pagename";</code>
 +and now I can create with the bureaucracy plugin a form wich directly picks a site your yearbox-plugin already is looking at. 
 +Maybe an idea to extend the possibilities of your namespace-strategies so this is possible directly out of the box. Surely there are thousand ways to do so but for me this was the simplest way ;)
 +A second idea I had is that it maybe usefull if you could define different PageNameStrategies for different YearBoxes. 
 + --- [[user>ooleanderoo|ooleanderoo]] //2021-01-24 13:29//
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