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#14727
Switching Calendars 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
I'm using rainlendar on my desktop to view multiple calendars.

currently I'm using:
    Month view
    Week view
    Day view


But I only want to show 1 or none of those (so switching between calendars).
This is because I want my desktop to be clean

So it is possible to have:

Month view OR week view OR day view OR nothing?
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#14728
Re: Switching Calendars 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
I've seen it's possible to hide all, but I only want to display 1 of them or none.
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#14731
Re: Switching Calendars 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
You can right click on the tray icon, click on Windows and then click individually on each window to show/hide.
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#14736
Re:Switching Calendars 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
Yeah I know, but I hate to have an tray icon and I'd like to have an shortcut for activating / hiding one of the calendars.

The only shortcut for activating / hiding is for ALL calendars.

So to be precise:

An shortcut for:
activating / hiding for one of the calendars.
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Last Edit: 2011/03/13 06:43 By Inferno.
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#14742
Re:Switching Calendars 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
You would have to create new hotkey functions (see scripts/hotkeys.lua). E.g. something like this:

Code:

function Hotkey_Show_Day_View()
  Rainlendar_ShowWindow("Day View")
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Week View")
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Month View")
end

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#14746
Re:Switching Calendars 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
Thank You



I've placed the calendars on top of each other on my desktop.
So now with 1 press of a button it shows 1 of my calendars
But now I only want to make an toggle button.

I'm now working on letting them switch after each other.
Like:

None -> Day -> Week -> Month -> None -> etc.



But what programming language is Rainlendar?

Here's what I made :

Code:


function Hotkey_Show_Day_View() 
  Rainlendar_ShowWindow("Day View") 
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Sidebar")
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Week View")  
end

function Hotkey_Show_Week_View() 
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Day View") 
  Rainlendar_ShowWindow("Week View") 
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Sidebar") 
end

function Hotkey_Show_Month_View() 
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Day View") 
  Rainlendar_HideWindow("Week View") 
  Rainlendar_ShowWindow("Sidebar") 
end

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