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#19146
Not highlighting regular events? 1 Year ago  
Hi,
I use rainlendar on the desktop to manage my jobs for my business, I also use it for a personal calendar in which I would like to have the regular things I do on a weekly basis (such as sports etc that are on throughout the week). However, I'd prefer these regular events not to be highlighted (make the date turn blue etc from the white that a date with no event would be). So I want a way to see at a glance that I don't have jobs but I can still for example right click the date if somebody is enquiring about a booking and then I'll be able to get reminded of the regular personal events I have so if possible, I can make the booking around these.

So is it possible at all to add an event and have it hidden from being highlighted, but not hidden when the date is right clicked? I know you can hide the event and this won't highlight it, but it won't be visible when right clicking the date, only when looking up "manager".

Any feedback appreciated
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#19154
Re: Not highlighting regular events? 1 Year ago  
If you are using the skin support custom categories, you can specify (or add) a category (like Personal), then modify that category's appearance, from Options > Skins > Categories > Personal > Calendar day color > White > OK.
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#19156
Re: Not highlighting regular events? 1 Year ago  
Thanks a lot for that, it has ALMOST worked, it's highlighting the days white as desired but if there's another event on the same day (so I'd like this day to be highlighted blue if there's a job) then this is being overwritten by the white, so it looks like I've no jobs...
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#19157
Re: Not highlighting regular events? 1 Year ago  
You can change the values of "Priority".
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#19159
Re: Not highlighting regular events? 1 Year ago  
Thanks again, glad it's looking like a possibility but I haven't figured it out yet, I tried to set priority to 0, 99 and 2, but the white is still overwriting the default colour of the jobs I have. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot for the help so far!
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#19160
Re: Not highlighting regular events? 1 Year ago  
Sorry, I'm no explain clear.
The values of priority are (example):
default event is "0"
categories events is "> 0"
so, if you want not to overwriting the default colour of the jobs, you can try to set as "< 0", like "-1" or more small.
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