Calendar View

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mljohn1
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I have down loaded Google Crome and the calendar display is all on one side of the screen and it is un readable or useable. What do i need to do to correct it?

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Mark, can you attach a screenshot and provide other details about your operating system, perhaps?
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You might want to make sure you're at the default zoom of 100% by pressing control-zero.
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Did the zoom adjustment solve the issue?
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I have a similar issue. I am on LDS.org and using IE8 and the display has overlaping items with subscribed calendars going clear accross the the screen with the calendar underneath. When accessing reservations the calendar does not even display graphically but rather in a list down the left side of the screen.

When I use my ipad both calendars display beautifully as it should.
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ryand001 wrote:I have a similar issue. I am on LDS.org and using IE8 and the display has overlaping items with subscribed calendars going clear accross the the screen with the calendar underneath.

Although it may seem to be a similar issue, this thread deals with Chrome, which is quite a different issue from what you are seeing with IE8. Your issue is documented in some detail in the thread Calendar View Distorted with New Update.

UPDATE: Apparently, according to LisaAn in this post, it probably is the same issue. I have never seen the problem in Chrome, but can easily see it in IE8, so I assumed it was different. My apologies for any confusion.
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Without a screen shot to look at it's hard to tell but I believe this is what we call the stacked calendar issue where everything is on the left side. This has been fixed in the next release of Calendar (reference 3377).
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LisaAn wrote:This has been fixed in the next release of Calendar (reference 3377).
Is this fixed only for the Chrome issue? Or is IE 8 included?
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It should fix it for all browsers. The problem is that the calendar was 1 pixel too wide for the browser so the browser just "stacked" the items up instead of displaying them side by side.
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