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Calendar in List Mode and Normal Mode

Discussion in 'Mambo/Joomla Integration' started by Amelia Pereira, Feb 28, 2010.

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  1. Amelia Pereira

    Amelia Pereira New Member

    Hello, on my site http://www.aescse.pt I have 1 calendar module in normal mode.
    But I want to set another module in List Mode. However, when I access the modules, I do not find anything in the propoerties to set. before I could find parameters to set.

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  2. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    Moving to Joomla forum...

    Also, you may be able to modify the module to add the List Mode code from the Integration section of the instructions.
  3. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    Like in the other thread, you must have been using a 3rd party module as I do not recall ever having parameters on the module.
  4. Amelia Pereira

    Amelia Pereira New Member

    Mmh, I send you an printscreen of the older module version that allows parameter config.

    The author of the module says "The idol"... well, it a shame that this calendar is so difficult to configure and integrate in J1.5.

    It was really the best calendar up until now. But if I can not use it's possibilities fully, then it will become unlikely to continue using. Anyway, I used it for the past 2 years, and it was very usefull in other joomla versions (where it woked flawless).

    Thanks guys.

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    Last edited: Mar 1, 2010
  5. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    That is a 3rd party plugin, so you would have to contact "The idol" for support.

    Edit: Found this thread with a bit of searching.
  6. Amelia Pereira

    Amelia Pereira New Member

    Yes, I read that post and have to say that its nice written, but it does not solve my popup problem. It must be the index.php from my template, cause when I open demo file, everything wirks fine. When I use the above instructions and insert the module into an article, it works... and I even tried a wrapped article that worked. The problem is that I need the calendar in a module and inserting articles inside of modules is something I haven't found yet.

    I think that maybe it's best to search for a compatible template. Thanks a lot 4 your efford.
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