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 Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 08:16:42

Just a question really,  on this site why does the Event Calendar on the front page, always seem to show January 2008?



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 Re: Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 08:33:00


jane said 15 minutes and 30 seconds ago.:
Just a question really,  on this site why does the Event Calendar on the front page, always seem to show January 2008?



Hi Jane,
Very peculiar, I see November 2008.

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 Re: Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 10:05:02

To add to the confusion if I log out I see November,  but logged in I see January,  but with no Month name at the top of the screen. My date format in my profile is set to European,  if that's any help.



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 Re: Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 13:33:34


jane said Today, 3 hours and 26 minutes ago.:
To add to the confusion if I log out I see November,  but logged in I see January,  but with no Month name at the top of the screen. My date format in my profile is set to European,  if that's any help.



Will create a test account to check it, thanks for notifying about it. By the way this module has its own time routine which is independent on the TADS module, so I guess the problem has to do somewhere with a bug in the non $root $username routine..



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 Re: Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 15:15:16

I only see the year 2008 on calendar but its February cause it only has 29 days but i think the year is 2024 or 1996 because that's when the days to dates match up!!

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 Re: Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 15:18:27

Yeah by the look of it the month is getting lost!

As soon as you pick a month and year it works fine!

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 Re: Calendar in Front Page
 Posted on: 11/14/08 at 17:23:13

The calendar is only partially implemented here. So please do not expect anything to work there when it comes to internal functions. But, the front page date should have worked fine. Will check it.



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