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  • New version just submitted mxCalendar 0.1.0-rc1:

    it has not yet been released to the repo in extras but you can get it from the Google Code site.

    Enjoy!
      Evo Revo // Ubuntu, CentOS, Win // Apache 2x, Lighttp (Lighty)
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    • For informations, I have released a new snippet named Events. It uses mxCalendar module for the programmation of events.

      Events browse and display events (described as Modx document) by time period (day / week / month).
      • Quote from: coroico at Dec 12, 2010, 01:24 AM


        For informations, I have released a new snippet named Events. It uses mxCalendar module for the programmation of events.

        Events browse and display events (described as Modx document) by time period (day / week / month).

        that’s a great extension
          Evo Revo // Ubuntu, CentOS, Win // Apache 2x, Lighttp (Lighty)
          Visit CharlesMx.com for latest news and status updates.
        • Hi Charles

          Thanks so much for all your work with mxCalendar. Will hopefully be implementing it over the coming weeks for a cookery school website. Sent a little donation your way today - not much but should be enough for a couple cold beers!

          I added my name to this thread http://modxcms.com/forums/index.php/topic,60474.0.html regarding the 2 week gap at the beginning of a repeat event. Do you have any idea what that might be about? Thanks!! And looking forward to playing with the Revo version when it comes out too.