CoffeeCup Flash Web Calendar Features...

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Howard Yamaguchi wrote:
Since you guys said pretty much all of what I had in mind, let me throw in one more: the ability to export, as csv files, the contents of my calendar! --- Howard

And import it again too !!
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Fe - We are in the Import and Export business here. Here is one more; Allow user customisation (or is that zation? no I am sure it is sation!!!) of calendar view, i.e. Month, Week, Day etc rather than just having the settings the site developer chooses.

Also, perhaps have some skins as you do for say Web Video. You know, different types of looking calendar. That would be fun, as long as there was also a No Skin option as well.

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Mark Searson wrote:
... (or is that zation? no I am sure it is sation!!!) ... Mark

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Fe Pixie wrote:
Howard Yamaguchi wrote:
Since you guys said pretty much all of what I had in mind, let me throw in one more: the ability to export, as csv files, the contents of my calendar! --- Howard

And import it again too !!

And while we're at it, for a future version of the web calendar, the ability to import/export the contents as vCal and dba (Palm calendar) formats! And any other useful formats that are out there! -- Howard
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Could you include major holidays i.e. Yom Kippur, Independence Day, Saturday/Sunday and ability to toggle themon/off?
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Levi Abbott wrote:
Could you include major holidays i.e. Yom Kippur, Independence Day, Saturday/Sunday and ability to toggle themon/off?

For Holidays we would have to think about this one as every country celebrates something different. What I would think is just build some huge list and also allow a manual add for holidays.
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The new Google calendar seems to have different holiday files for different areas and religions, and you overlay the holiday files of your choice on your basic calendar by activating them with filled check boxes.. --- Howard
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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Levi Abbott wrote:
Could you include major holidays i.e. Yom Kippur, Independence Day, Saturday/Sunday and ability to toggle themon/off?

For Holidays we would have to think about this one as every country celebrates something different. What I would think is just build some huge list and also allow a manual add for holidays.

The little calendar application I am using for print right now does just that - allows for religious/business/personal/State/ etc. holidays to be added in manually. It includes a drop down list to choose your own country (limited number of them) to automatically add in certain holidays.
It also allows you to highlight weekends or just Saturdays/Sundays.
Can't recall if I already said this - but another online calendar I use allows you to select the first and last day of a period, and all the days in between are automatically highlighted to then define as booked/unavailable/uncertain in colour codes.
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Ok - This has already been said, but I will say it once again. Please make the administration of the application web based as well as PC based. That way, anybody with the right password could update the calendar. This is a must for me.

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It would be nice if the weeks, month and the content etc. could be written in different languages ie. Scandinavian.

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