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DarkHorizons
 September 29 2006 15:50 PM (Read 2212 times)  
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Is there a way to add recurring events to the calendar? What about email notifications of events? Does the event manager do this?


 
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Blaine
 September 29 2006 20:04 PM  
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Re-occuring events is a missing feature in the calendar.


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 September 29 2006 21:20 PM  
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I was hoping you would follow up that sentence with: "....but is available with this simple plugin..." :P


 
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 September 29 2006 21:26 PM  
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I don't have a plugin or script myself but one could be written to create multiple records but really the calendar plugin needs some pretty extensive changes to support all the different kinds of re-occuring events.

The plugins config.php likely has the notification option.


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 October 01 2006 20:54 PM  
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DarkHorizons,

TotalCalendar is the a very sophisticated calender that allows you to create complex recurring events. It works with Geeklog and available at http://www.sweetphp.com


 
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