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Group: !REBOL3 ... General discussion about REBOL 3 [web-public]
Bo:
21-Dec-2012
Maxim, I agree that AltME is a great platform, but it could be much 
better.  For instance, things like the Calendar and Checklists that 
work OK, but are not really polished and feature-rich yet.  But I 
think AltME could be made to look a lot better by borrowing from 
some concepts seen in Facebook and Google+, and maybe even have an 
almost-real-time bi-directional link to a web forum for people who 
need to access the groups from a web browser.


Another thing that I would really prefer would be to allow connection 
to multiple AltME worlds from within a single AltME window.


Hmm...if AltME was also open-sourced, we could start adding these 
features!  I have a more feature-rich calendar I could add right 
away. ;-)

world-name: r3wp

Group: All ... except covered in other channels [web-public]
Volker:
31-Dec-2005
http://www.compkarori.com/vanillai like the calendar.
Pekr:
4-Jan-2006
btw - has anyone solved calendaring functions? I am about to proceed 
with our toursist portal and part of it are various Events in the 
region. Of course there is a date when such even happen. But it may 
get more complicated and I don't know how much should I complicate 
it :-) E.g., you may have some event, which is happening each monday 
for two months, you have some event, which is happening the same 
term each year. I am thinking of introducing time-slots, so that 
you can e.g. set 9:00 - 11:00, 13:00 - 15:00 in one day. But dunno 
how to aproach calendar. E.g. in one app I needed to count working 
days - not so easy, especially when each country can have various 
holidays etc.
Pekr:
4-Jan-2006
but maybe I will not offer so much complicated solution, or I would 
have to implement whole calendaring facility, which surely is not 
trivial, or projects like Sunbird (Mozilla calendar) would be done 
in one day :-)
Pekr:
4-Jan-2006
http://wiki.mozilla.org/Calendar:Home_Page
Allen:
4-Jan-2006
Petr: IIRC Chris RG had a good calendar reblet with a dialect for 
repeating events etc
Brock:
5-Jan-2006
I believe eFishAnt has done some work on the calendar and scheduling 
functions for IOS.  I don't think he has released any of this code 
though.
ScottM:
12-Jan-2008
I have been looking for a tutorial or basic example on creating a 
calendar but have had little sucess. are there any others besides 
two I found in the script library?
Graham:
13-Jan-2008
Rebgui has a calendar and Allen has a calendar style for VID.
Ashley:
13-Jan-2008
http://trac.geekisp.com/rebgui/browser/widgets/calendar.rand lines 
183-231 from http://trac.geekisp.com/rebgui/browser/rebgui-widgets.r
ScottM:
21-Jan-2008
Hi Izkata, I have been trying to use your calendar application. When 
I paste Scheduler.r in to view I get the following error message:

** Script Error: Interface has no value
** Near: view/new/title Interface "Calendar"
do %NetworkingStuff.r


when I click on the file it causes view to shut down. What am I doing 
wrong?
Izkata:
22-Jan-2008
I've figured out part of what's going on with the calendar - got 
it down to a single line of draw dialect that's causing Rebol to 
segfault, both on the most recent Windows and Linux versions:


view layout [box 120x70 effect [draw [pen red white polygon 0x0 119x0 
119x69 0x69]]]


Something changed between View versions 1.3.1 and 1.3.2 that's causing 
this...  It was working fine with 1.3.1
Izkata:
22-Jan-2008
ScottM, in the main Scheduler.r file, there are two lines in the 
MakeMonth function that use that, and are what are causing it not 
to work (when run from the file, at least).  If you comment them 
out, you lose the nice borders that each day would have in the calendar, 
but it won't crash.


I'll go update what's on Rebol.org, and see if I can make a quick 
workaround or something, so the borders stay.
Group: Ann-Reply ... Reply to Announce group [web-public]
eFishAnt:
16-Mar-2005
however, functionality is an important critieria in the contest...so 
everyone knows the competition is still open...I have seen a calendar, 
some web stats, etc that have been done thus far...
Sunanda:
30-Mar-2005
Colin -- "Problem is nobody is really looking for "rebol"."
That's true -- they are looking for solutions to problems.

 It is possible for our websites to rank highly in all sorts of areas. 
  For example, in the last three days people have found REBOL.org 
 because it ranks in the top 10 for Google for these phrases:
-- hex to integer converter
-- gui maker
-- html script calendar notes
-- script library
-- parsing html links


I suggested a year or so back (REBOL world, Advocacy, I think) that 
REBOL wevbsite owners could collaberate to help these sorts of rankings. 
 Still true.
btiffin:
31-May-2007
I put this is the Altme Calendar...
Historic first steps to Captain Kirk's Universal Translator.  :)
btiffin:
13-Feb-2008
Geomol;  Your work may be the only items that show up in the February 
calendar.  Go John Go!
Group: !AltME ... Discussion about AltME [web-public]
[unknown: 5]:
10-Mar-2005
I got another request that I think will be cool.  Add a private option 
to the calendar so that it can be run in a local mode so that the 
data isn't shared.  I would think it would be easy to add it since 
the calendar is already created.
[unknown: 5]:
10-Mar-2005
Also, any chance of getting a standalone version of that Calendar 
:-)
Henrik:
24-Mar-2005
[1] Grouping of calendar events so you can filter select which type 
or with whom, specific calendar events are shared with, for display.
[2] Weekview in the calendar to fit more events pr. day

[3] Events from calendar formatted as a chronological TODO or activity 
list

[4] Export the calendar as HTML (it's a real problem if you have 
many events per day and can only see a small amount of them)

[5] Dynamic width of the user/group list to the left. Many group 
titles are chopped off.
[6] Filter search in the Users and Groups list

[7] Bigger/adjustable text area size in checklist entries, so it 
would be more suitable to store makedoc2 formatted documents in them 
(instant document repository!)

[8] Export checklists in makedoc2 format for integration in other 
makedoc2 docs

[9] Checklists as a column view. It would mean for Checklists: Spreadsheets 
that Checklists are in the left column and Spreadsheets are in the 
right column. You can select other checklists immediately without 
having to go back to the top and select a new one.

[10] Generally resizable windows everywhere. Small text areas are 
annoying!

:-)
Tomc:
29-Mar-2005
0) multiple fallback mechanisms for getting/staying connected.

1) absolute control of what is actualy removed from local machine... 
ever.

2) better support for using a single account from several machines.
3) better support for using several worlds from one computer.

4) finer control of what posts you are exposed to. (groups and users 
and users in groups) 
5) filesharing
6) api,locks, so we can muck with the filesets.

7) calendar,just fix it up. hour/day/week views, sorting,repeated,various 
alerts ...
8) adjustable font sizes

9) search should return hits (the text) from further back than your 
message buffer limit.
10) OSX support & recycle bug
james_nak:
29-Mar-2005
1. Better notification to user of a message. "Slide up window?" Reichart, 
you know this is my favorite.
2. Calendar - Ability to add more events. Alarms for events
3. File sharing
4. Programmable sounds for people/groups.
5. "Take back last entry"
Luis:
29-Mar-2005
Checklist and Calendar icons turning red for changes in that objects
[unknown: 5]:
30-Mar-2005
Calendar should be able to be made personal or private to encourage 
always on approach of altme
Maxim:
31-Mar-2005
1.  link tasks with the calendar

2.  "clear all" a simple button which removes red color of all groups. 
usefull when skipping a few days...

3.  HIDE groups (and users).  just add simple check mark to  window 
which lists all available groups and any you check-off are removed 
from the list you look at (yet you still receive their posts, if 
you want to look at them another time).

4.  per group moderators for private AND public groups (delete posts, 
insert posts, manage users, etc.   A part from "opting out", users 
are not able to change the setup (like deleting the group), group 
name, list of users in private group, etc ).  

5.  single file export of all selected task lists and their tasks 
(ascii or html)

6.  SORT task list... we cannot sort the task lists... only the tasks 
they contain... a real bitch when working with others...

7.  Also allows read-only mode for private groups for people not 
in private users list.   Great to manage announcements for private 
tools.
8.  'workdays only - weekend only' option for calendar

9.  properly support hours in calendar tasks, so that hours are always 
available, right now, the software often ignores any data we put 
in the hours field..
[unknown: 9]:
1-Apr-2005
1.  link tasks with the calendar

  Ah, you just described Qtask. LOL.  Yes, AltME will have this one 
  day.
Henrik:
19-Mar-2006
tiny feature request: Arrow buttons in the calendar event to quickly 
set date -/+ 1 in calendar events
Henrik:
20-Mar-2006
I also just noticed that if I have two worlds open, and open the 
calendar in one of them, it's not clear which world the calendar 
belongs to, so it's easy to add events to the wrong world by accident.
Henrik:
26-Apr-2006
here's an idea: how about some kind of softlinks to specific places 
internally to AltME? Say I want to link to another group, a specific 
check list or a calendar day, a bug report in a bug tracker or a 
file in the filesharing tool.
Pekr:
9-Jan-2007
yes, I can imagine that, especially for the calendar/time etc.
btiffin:
21-Apr-2007
Hi,


   Hope no one minds too much, but I've been peppering the REBOL3 Altme 
   calendar with announcements and REBOL development milestones.  The 
   calendar always looked so empty.  And we all know that the REBOL 
   community is not...empty.
[unknown: 9]:
21-Apr-2007
Soů.


We have already put RSS, iCal, and iFrame feeds (syndication) into 
Qtask.  If you post these in a Rebol project calendar (on Qtask), 
then you can create a feed from it, and post it publicly!  You can 
even post the entire JavaScript Calendar into the page of a public 
website (like Rebol.org, etc.)
Brock:
14-May-2009
Has anyone built a script to do calendar email notifications from 
the AltME calendar?
Group: RAMBO ... The REBOL bug and enhancement database [web-public]
Pekr:
24-Sep-2005
yesterday I got request of my friend Bobik here, asking how to localise 
it  :-) I suggested him to look into RebGUI calendar instead ...
Anton:
5-Jan-2007
Hmm.. I've often considered whether to immediately submit a post 
of dubious importance. It would be nice to reliably delay my submission 
by six months or so. Maybe by that time the submission would become 
irrelevant because of a fix or new rebol version etc, and by not 
posting it I am keeping others free from distraction. But I am not 
using calendar software to remind me. (One of my goals this year 
is to start using calendar software.)
Maxim:
5-Jan-2007
one of goals this year is to start using A calendar... period  ; 
-)
Group: Core ... Discuss core issues [web-public]
Henrik:
27-Feb-2006
well, that's pretty bad if you want to calculate astronomy stuff... 
maybe support for the julian calendar would be more appropriate for 
calculating extreme time periods?
Volker:
26-Jun-2006
Btw rebol cheats and uses a calendar ;)>> 29-feb-2004
== 29-Feb-2004
>> 29-feb-2005
** Syntax Error: Invalid date -- 29-feb-2005
** Near: (line 1) 29-feb-2005
Pekr:
26-Jun-2006
Volker - isn't checking against the calendar too preliminary during 
the state of code load? :-)
BrianH:
26-Jun-2006
Petr, 29-Feb-2006 is always an invalid date. You can't say "Under 
some condition it could be even valid date (leap year)" because the 
year 2006 is specified in that date, and 2006 is not a leap year.


Data types have syntactic forms and semantic constraints. In order 
for the loader to recognize the data type, the syntactic form must 
be followed. In order for the resulting data to be valid, the semantic 
constraints must be obeyed. One such constraint is that date! values 
must correspond to a date on the calendar. Semantic violations are 
the bugs that all of that nasty exploit code does its job.
Ingo:
26-Jun-2006
Well, I checked with my paper-based calendar, and it isn't able to 
hancle 2006-02-29 either.So it may be OK that way ;-)
Geomol:
16-Jan-2007
Date handling is difficult! :-) The UNIX command "cal" handle the 
switch from Julian to Gregorian Calendar in 1752. If you have access 
to UNIX, try:
cal 1752

and look at September. Henrik, I'm not sure, what astronomical applications 
do, but I guess, we can look it up.
Geomol:
16-Jan-2007
AFAIK, REBOL can't handle the calendar switch.
PeterWood:
18-Jan-2007
Ladislav: -16:00 to +15:45 is more than enough according to Wikipedia


Because the earliest and latest time zones are 26 hours apart, any 
given calendar date exists at some point on the globe for 50 hours. 
For example, April 11 begins in time zone UTC+14 at 10:00 UTC April 
10, and ends in time zone UTC-12 at 12:00 UTC April 12.

Full story at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timezones
Group: Script Library ... REBOL.org: Script library and Mailing list archive [web-public]
DideC:
25-Aug-2006
View 1.3.2.3.1 on WinXP.
%user.r only contains set-net line.
%rebol.r contains nothing but the header.


I have tried it too from the WWR ( rebol.com / Public / library / 
scripts / type / package / calendar-install.r  cause qml-ed is not 
there for the moment).

Just click the [ ... ] button to choose a different folder, then 
clicked [ OK ] and it quits !!
Sunanda:
8-Jul-2008
Can anyone help with this problem with Sterling's Calendar application?
Group: View ... discuss view related issues [web-public]
Robert:
5-Aug-2005
update-calendar-weeks: func [face index /local tmp-face][
	either integer? index
		[
			if index <= length? cw-positions/(face/month) [
				tmp-face: calendar-week-faces/(face/month)
				tmp-face/offset/x: cw-positions/(face/month)/:index/x
				tmp-face/text: cw-positions/(face/month)/:index/y

				return tmp-face
			]
		]
		[
			return face/month
		]
]
Volker:
6-Aug-2005
Not sure i understand. but another try:  the list uses the first 
face returned, even if you return another one later. "tmp-face: calendar-week-faces/(face/month)" 
if this returns different faces, the first face would be reused forever. 
if thats the "The problem is, that the text drawn first is still 
there.", yes, it would be.
Volker:
6-Aug-2005
hmm, the new object-set/get may be used here. 
  set display-face get calendar-face
:)
Anton:
6-Aug-2005
So is the month very wide (1 - 30/31 days) or do they wrap at every 
week ? ie. are you trying to make an iterated version of my calendar-month 
widget ?
Graham:
20-Nov-2005
ICarii, are you planning on adding controls to your calendar ?
Graham:
20-Nov-2005
Allen has a nice calendar though he hasn't updated it for a while.
Pekr:
22-May-2006
take localisation into account (e.g. calendar does not use system/locale), 
and if you will implement set get for styles, it would be good to 
have it kind of rewrite methods .... set-face 'parameter value, not 
just set-face 'value - unnecessary limited :-)
Pekr:
2-Apr-2008
OTOH - show me easily some app out there, which will let me chat, 
share, calendar, checklist, buglist, like AltME. There is plan for 
Altissimo - extensible platform. And I say - platform, not an app. 
The best REBOL app is REBOL/IOS ... but I am not sure who could invite 
you to visit such server ...
Terry:
20-Jan-2010
I've seen some email stuff somewhere.. here's the google calendar 
api


http://code.google.com/apis/calendar/data/1.0/developers_guide_php.html
Group: Linux ... [web-public] group for linux REBOL users
btiffin:
13-Sep-2007
I use IceApe; Debian's SeaMonkey.  email, browser, chat, calendar 
app (I never use the composer, have Quanta for that)  Because it's 
a be everything suite it's not the best at anything, but it's functional 
for me.
Group: Web ... Everything web development related [web-public]
Will:
29-Jan-2010
a better web is coming, just got this from google:

Dear Google Apps admin, 


In order to continue to improve our products and deliver more sophisticated 
features and performance, we are harnessing some of the latest improvements 
in web browser technology. ╩This includes faster JavaScript processing 
and new standards like HTML5. ╩As a result, over the course of 2010, 
we will be phasing out support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 
as well as other older browsers that are not supported by their own 
manufacturers.


We plan to begin phasing out support of these older browsers on the 
Google Docs suite and the Google Sites editor on March 1, 2010. ╩After 
that point, certain functionality within these applications may have 
higher latency and may not work correctly in these older browsers. 
Later in 2010, we will start to phase out support for these browsers 
for Google Mail and Google Calendar.


Google Apps will continue to support Internet Explorer 7.0 and above, 
Firefox 3.0 and above, Google Chrome 4.0 and above, and Safari 3.0 
and above.


Starting next week, users on these older browsers will see a message 
in Google Docs and the Google Sites editor explaining this change 
and asking them to upgrade their browser. ╩We will also alert you 
again closer to March 1 to remind you of this change.


In 2009, the Google Apps team delivered more than 100 improvements 
to enhance your product experience. ╩We are aiming to beat that in 
2010 and continue to deliver the best and most innovative collaboration 
products for businesses.

Thank you for your continued support!

Sincerely,

The Google Apps team
Group: Announce ... Announcements only - use Ann-reply to chat [web-public]
Ingo:
29-Aug-2005
Active Viewtop ...
I have added some "activity" to the viewtop ...
- index.r files may be 'COMPOSEd before being displayed

- added 'actions to index.r: they have a block which will be 'DOne 
on click

- added groups to group viewtop icons (group effects are possible)

- added the possibility to split the viewtop, so you can have a view 
script on the right half of the viewtop, e.g. to display a clock, 
calendar, ....

All batteries and some examples are included.
Based on 1.3.1 viewtop code.
Tested on /View 1.3.1.3.1 (WinXP).

Sorry, this will open a LOT of security holes, so you should _really_ 
think about whether you want to use it.
I think all places I changed are flagged with (iho)


and finally, here is the link: http://www.h-o-h.org/active-viewtop.r

Have fun!

Ingo
Group: !RebGUI ... A lightweight alternative to VID [web-public]
Ingo:
24-Jun-2006
I have tried to create something like a calendar layout:

two TEXTs, and a TEXT-LIST below them, and then 2 rows and 2 columns 
of this. 

The internal resizer was not able to cope with this, either the left 
widgets, or the right widgets were resized. Is it just me, or is 
the resizer not able to cope with this?
Pekr:
28-Feb-2007
it clearly can be seen in Calendar widget imo
Graham:
20-Apr-2007
How to programmatically change the date displayed in a calendar widget 
that is currently being displayed?
Graham:
20-Apr-2007
I had a 


calendar widget1 return widget2 and I wanted widget2 to align with 
the right border of the calendar

so now I have

calendar panel blue data [ widget1 return widget2 ]
Ashley:
22-Apr-2007
Ah, you fix one problem only to discover a bigger one! Anyway I've 
uploaded build#89 which addresses the two specific issues above:


1) Clicking the close button on a window now forces an unfocus but 
*without* triggering the on-unfocus action (or a show).


The /close refinement of display must now return true or false to 
proceed or not with the close operation.


2) Clicking a button only fires its action if it is not the current 
focal face and the focal face's on-unfocus action returns true


Try these with the test code posted above. You should see that it 
now behaves as you would expect. But now try the following code:

	display "" [
		field
		calendar
	]


Click on the field and start to type, then click on the calendar 
and continue typing! Why does this happen? It happens because when 
we detect the 'down event we have no way of knowing whether it originated 
from the field or the calendar. %display.r *should* be able to have 
a detect function that (among other things) does a:

	if all [
		find [down up alt-down alt-up] event/type
		face <> view*/focal-face
	][
		code to check on-unfocus
		code to do an unfocus
	]


but this will not work because of a view bug that causes face to 
be the window face *not* the face that originated the event. Urrgh. 
At this time I can't see how to trap and process mouse click focal 
changes. Might have to delve into the VID sources again to see how 
(if) it was solved there.
Ashley:
22-Apr-2007
Build#90 uploaded to SVN with mouse focus hack borrowed from VID. 
Run this script:

	display "" [

  field on-unfocus [either (length? face/text) > 3 [true] [false]]
		button [print "click"]
		calendar
	]


Click in the field and type a character, then try clicking the button 
or calendar, continue typing and then click the button and calendar 
again.
Ashley:
22-Dec-2007
Uploaded build#108.

1) Fixed UI quirks with tree widget

2) Renamed vid widget to style

3) Added a new scroll-panel widget

	USAGE:
		scroll-panel data [calendar]
		scroll-panel data [field field]

	DESCRIPTION:
		A panel used to group widgets within a scrollable container.

4) Added a new sheet widget

	USAGE:
		sheet
		sheet options [size 3x3 width 2]
		sheet data [A1 1 A2 2 A3 "=A1 + A2"]

	DESCRIPTION:

  Simple spreadsheet, based on rebocalc.r, with formulas calculated 
  left to right, top to bottom.

  A cell is either a scalar value, string, or a formula starting with 
  "=".

  Scalar values are automatically right-justified, series values left-justified.

  Remember to put spaces between each item in a formula and use () 
  where needed.

	OPTIONS:
		'size specifies number of columns and rows
		'width specifies cell width in relation to cell height


5) Updated %tour.r to incorporate examples of tree (List), scroll-panel 
(Grouping) and sheet (List) usage.

Enjoy!
Reichart:
1-Jan-2008
Vertical tabs - What are anyone's thoughts on vertical tabs?  They 
look cool, and I can see their use, but they strike me as...well...annoying, 
similar to my issue with Rotary (spinner).  Rotating or obscuring 
information just seems not worth it.

Here is an image of vertical tabs 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Vertical_tabs_sample.png


Coloured tabs - As to colouring tabs, interesting.  I'm a big opponent 
of colours generally.  One of the most common requests we get on 
our Calendar is to be able to colour meetings.  We ARE indeed going 
to allow this, but I think it is better to keep things neutral.  
On the Mac, meetings are "categorized" into things like Work and 
Personal, each of which are given colour.  This works well in "personal 
calendar systems", but this breaks down very quickly when working 
in a "collaborative calendar system".  

Who gets to decide the colour of something?

What is "something"?  As in, is it by project, by who is in it? By 
what it is (a meeting, a flight, a memo, a call, or other things 
people can put on a calendar now).

All very tricky.
Reichart:
20-Jan-2008
Logo - Cool


Quilt - Not yet.  In fact, state changes and gestures (mouse moves, 
drag and drop) is not done yet.  However, ya'll can be the first 
to learn, Richard (Cypher) will be taking over as head of development 
for Quilt.


Jason, Will and my self designed it up to this point, and now Richard 
and I will carry it forward, with Jason and I moving on to building 
a complete and fast Rich Text Editor for Qtask, and Will and I will 
be making our Calendar more dynamic.
Claude:
7-Oct-2008
and a another one it seem that in linux system the widget calendar 
do not have a good arrow for select year and month look this print 
screen => http://users.skynet.be/fc078613/images/screen.png
Ashley:
30-Jul-2009
RebGUI v2 RC1 (build 200) uploaded to SVN

Focus of this version has been:
	* Make it look good (color scheme based on Windows 7)

 * Take into account OS sensibilities (different corner rounding, 
 window colors, system fonts)

 * Get rid of the cruft (removal of little-used widgets and options)
	* Improve tabbing
	* Make it load and run faster



Added
	icon
	get-fonts
	confirm
	request
	request-calc
	requesst-verify
	rebface/old-color
	rebface/over?



Reimplemented
	arrow
	calendar
	drop-list
	password
	slider
	tool-bar
	set-state
	set-color



Enhanced
	chat
	edit-list
	spinner
	table
	request-char
	request-font



Removed
	question
	request-ui
	pie-chart
	symbol
	options [info no-click]
	options [arrow options]


WIP
	A disable/enable function and layout option
	Rewrite of led widget
	Rewrite of tree widget
Pekr:
31-Jul-2009
hmm, SVN says:

RebGUI v2 RC1

Added
	icon
	get-fonts
	confirm
	request
	request-calc
	requesst-verify
	rebface/old-color
	rebface/over?

Reimplemented
	arrow
	calendar
	drop-list
	password
	slider
	tool-bar
	set-state
	set-color

Enhanced
	chat
	edit-list
	spinner
	table
	request-char
	request-font

Removed
	question
	request-ui
	pie-chart
	symbol
	options [info no-click]
	options [arrow options]

WIP
	A disable/enable function and layout option
	Rewrite of led widget
	Rewrite of tree widget
Awi:
13-Jan-2011
REBOL []

do %rebgui.r
seat-layout: copy []

loop 16 [
	insert tail seat-layout compose/deep [panel 50 data []]
	for row 1 15 1 [
		foreach col [A B - D E] [

   insert tail last seat-layout compose/deep [button 7x5 blue (rejoin 
   [row col]) [alert face/text]]
		]
		insert tail last seat-layout [return]
	]
]

display "test scroll panel" compose/deep [
	calendar 
	scroll-panel 152x100 #HW data [after 4 (seat-layout)]
	calendar
]
do-events
Awi:
13-Jan-2011
If you move your cursor quickly over the calendar on the left, it 
will leave a trail while focusing, it gets worse when you try to 
select a button in the scroll panel. But the right calendar is not 
affected.
Awi:
14-Jan-2011
REBOL []

do %rebgui.r
seat-layout: copy []

for slot 1 16 1[
	insert tail seat-layout compose/deep [panel 50 data []]
	for row 1 15 1 [
		foreach col [A B - D E] [

   insert tail last seat-layout compose/deep [button 7x5 blue (rejoin 
   [row col]) [display "test" [text "see me?"]]]
		]
		insert tail last seat-layout [return]
	]
]

display "test scroll panel" compose/deep [

 table options ["id" left .2 "name" right .8] data [1x2 "A to B" 3x4 
 "C to D" 5x5 "E to F"] return 
	calendar 
	scroll-panel 152x100 #HW data [after 4 (seat-layout)]
]
do-events
Awi:
14-Jan-2011
But once you start clicking on the calendar, the text will be hidden 
again. Another hovering on the second or third table entrywill bring 
it back again. This only happens to text and fields. Text in buttons 
are not affected.
Group: DevCon2005 ... DevCon 2005 [web-public]
Graham:
16-Jun-2005
Cindy has already stated that she has blocked off carl's calendar 
for end of Sept.
DideC:
12-Jul-2005
Monza event calendar : http://www.monzanet.it/AreaImmagini/CalendarioPDF/2005/Calendarioal comune 2005.pdf
Group: Rebol/Flash dialect ... content related to Rebol/Flash dialect [web-public]
Oldes:
24-Oct-2007
Version 2.9.0 ... now with Calendar GUI and fixed one nasty bug in 
'IF compilation after 'EITHER rule
http://box.lebeda.ws/~hmm/rswf/example/swf8-layout-calendar
Group: RT Q&A ... [RT Q&A] Questions and Answers to REBOL Technologies [web-public]
Pekr:
27-Dec-2005
not only that - it could be properly supported by sort/collation 
kind of functionality, as other environments do (mySQL). Rebol even 
does not use its system/locale in its own calendar ;-)
Group: Windows/COM Support ... [web-public]
Anton:
9-Jul-2006
Yes, you can flop around in the MSDN archive for a while before you 
find what you want.  An example which I am working on now is extracting 
Calendar data from Outlook.
Anton:
10-Jul-2006
.. but when I set TTSModeID it doesn't work. I am not sure if I am 
using the right TTSModeID or if I am passing it correctly...

Robert, I'm extracting Outlook Calendar Appointments and Contacts. 
Just rudimentary at the moment, though. I haven't figured out how 
to surely extract all the properties.
Anton:
13-Jul-2006
COMLib website update:
Added outlook-calendar.r and outlook-contacts.r demos.
Fixed a few bugs in the main rebol interface file, COMLib.r
http://home.wilddsl.net.au/anton/rebol/os/windows/COMLib/
Group: Syncing ... Syncing technologies [web-public]
Pekr:
4-Jan-2006
http://wiki.mozilla.org/Calendar:Syncing_Algorithm
Pekr:
4-Jan-2006
or even better - http://wiki.mozilla.org/Calendar:Home_Page , there 
is more syncing chapters ....
Group: Tech News ... Interesting technology [web-public]
Robert:
23-Feb-2006
Yep, that's true. The calendar looks pretty neat.
Henrik:
13-Apr-2006
http://news.com.com/2100-1032_3-6060741.html<--- Google to launch 
calendar application
Brock:
13-Apr-2006
re: Google Calendar:  Chris Sherman, executive editor of Search Engine 
Watch.com. "The interface is classic Google--clean, crisp and relatively 
uncluttered.... The one down side to the program is you have to be 
online when you use it"
yeksoon:
1-Nov-2006
Google acquired JotSpot

http://www.jot.com/


hmm.. with Calendar, Spreadsheet, etc...they may turn it into a Project 
Management thing.
Henrik:
19-May-2010
Maxim, maybe it depends on the size of your hand and possibly a thicker 
iPhone, but I can browse photos, make calendar appointments, browse 
webpages, select music and type with one hand easily on the iPod. 
No gestures needed. I'd think I have average size hands.
Reichart:
5-Aug-2010
Christoph, and I will suggest that what would have made it "magical" 
were simply a form of skin, but a little deeper in the form of a 
template.


This way, as an example, you could select a template for your "group" 
called "Soccer moms", and it would show you a calendar, a bunch of 
"starter threads", and a scratchpad, for example.
The engine was all there for this.


You could tweak your templates, and share them with others, which 
could be rated.
Group: !REBOL3-OLD1 ... [web-public]
Brock:
26-Aug-2007
Henrik, does this mean that it is going to _much_ harder to port 
R3 than previous versions?  I realize it will be harder as there 
is likely more system dependant code than in the past?  I also realize 
there is going to more dependence on the community to kick-in for 
various platform ports.  I agree however that the linux and OSX versions 
should come after the windows, but the plugin needs to be within 
this calendar year.  [Unless R3 is going to be so good without it 
that the X-internet that was invisioned years ago will be more possible]
btiffin:
10-Sep-2007
I'll be backporting the Alpha release history on the calendar here 
for the curious.  I'm working backwards and info will go in in spurts.
Henrik:
26-Nov-2008
Short VID3.4 status:

- Some extra formatting options in the DOC style.

- I added a numeric field today similar to the one on my old blog 
site for VID, except that this one took half a day to do instead 
of a week and was way easier to implement.

- Skin is changing appearance a bit, both to simplify and to extend 
its possibilities. This made it possible to build pixel-perfect text 
areas, lists and other combined faces, finally.

- Some bugs remain in the layout engine which make certain layouts 
look a little messy. Still not sure that MAX-SIZE is the right approach.

- Added CONTAINER to help produce aforementioned pixel perfect styles. 
As a bonus, such styles will have a common border, which we then 
can change in a simple way.

- Looked a bit at a CALENDAR style for a date picker, but decided 
that it is better to wait a bit with that to finish some other base 
styles first.
Henrik:
28-Nov-2008
Yes, I know. I think it will make more sense, when I get more container 
styles done. It will be very useful in the case of a date field style, 
table style and calendar style. There was a problem in the past with 
aligning multiple styles in a nice-looking way. Container solves 
that.
Henrik:
30-Nov-2008
OK, I got a quick job: I need to make a one-month calendar in VID3.4 
complete with day names and dates. I just need the algorithm to generate 
the necessary VID block. It must be coded in R3.
ICarii:
1-Dec-2008
generic calendar module for R2 / R3 use can be found at http://rebol.mustard.co.nz/calendar.r
- this assumes a minimal amount of data necessary to build a monthly 
calendar with optional first-day-of-weeks (rather than REBOLs default 
Monday..)
Henrik:
2-Dec-2008
working a bit on date styles.

view [year-calendar 2008]

gives: http://rebol.hmkdesign.dk/files/r3/gui/153.png
Janko:
15-Feb-2009
gmail / google calendar were the apps that pushed the edge of what 
client with js+html can do and look how unobtrusive are they
Group: DevCon2007 ... DevCon 2007 [web-public]
[unknown: 9]:
11-May-2007
We are currently building SMS interfaces, ie.  Calendar in/out messeging. 
 Type "meet Norman 7p" on phone and instantly it appears on your 
calendar both on call but also on computer (browsers).
Group: !CureCode ... web-based bugtracking tool [web-public]
[unknown: 9]:
7-Jul-2007
Good reasons, and I agree, the best way to do this.
We nee da universal XML export import with ID compare.  



In other words, CureCode needs to be able to export itself as XML 
(Easy).
It needs to import XML (Easy)


It needs to import XML and update the old XML keying on some ID value. 
 Not so easy.


Once done, building things like RSS feeds with just the top 10 recent 
changes becomes easy.


Also, then we can sync Qtask and CureCode.  There are a lot of cool 
side effects thoughů


-	We have an integrated file share, so you can link to screen shots.
-	Qtask has the ability to have conversation about each issue.
-	You can throw your issues onto a calendar view.


I know this is not your concern right now, but this is the direction 
we are going in, and need to learn how to best allow this type of 
integration.  Much as you have made one thing to test another, we 
have the same problem constantly.
Group: DevCon2008 (post-chatter) ... DevCon2008 [web-public]
Pekr:
27-Dec-2008
there should be time counter capability in calendar here, or something 
like that. Stating 20:00 UTC is like saying nothing ...
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