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Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
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#4072
Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
Alexander wrote:
Open todolist.xml file, find <overdue item> and change the color code to 255,0,0,255. Make same changes in other calendar windows if they have To Do items.<br><br>Post edited by: Alexander, at: 2007/08/14 18:06

Sorry Alexander, my mistake, didn't saw your reply!

Thank you very much!
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Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
Alexander wrote:
Open todolist.xml file, find <overdue item> and change the color code to 255,0,0,255. Make same changes in other calendar windows if they have To Do items.<br><br>Post edited by: Alexander, at: 2007/08/14 18:06

Alexander, almost there

I give look to the todolist.xml and the color is set to 255,0,0,255 but still the same, then I just uncheck any category set to the task and doing that it work the way I like, now when a task due time expired it turns red, but if I set again any category, for example "Work", it back to the color set to the category and doesn't turn red when time expired

Any ideas?

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#4078
Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
If one event has one color of category (less important for you) and at the same time it has another one of overdue status (more important for you) set layer for overdue items higher than layer of category in elements.xml.
Fragment of elements.xml:
Code:

<category id="Work">
<appearance target=... layer="1" ....</category>


Fragment of todolist.xml:
Code:

<overdueitem> <appearance... layer="2" .../>
</overdueitem>



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#4079
Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
If one event has one color of category (less important for you) and at the same time it has another one of overdue status (more important for you) set layer for overdue items higher than layer of category in elements.xml.
Fragment of elements.xml:
Code:

<category id="Work">
<appearance target=... layer="1" ....</category>


Fragment of todolist.xml:
Code:

<overdueitem> <appearance... layer="2" .../>
</overdueitem>



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Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
Alexander,

Thanks a lot!

Al last I got it working the way I like! ... I really appreciate it!

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