When you edit a week or day view's Format > Settings, you can change Time Grouping to 'half hour'. After you've done that, however, all items with a from-to date on the calendar still show as if the calendar were grouped by hour.

Attached image will show you what I mean.

To "fix" the display in the screen shot, I had to edit this piece of html:

Old, broken version
<div class="item d_4 o_1 i_0 md_0 first_item">

New, working version
<div class="item d_8 o_2 i_0 md_0 first_item">

As you can see, the display is indeed taking the 'half hour' Time Grouping into account, but the CSS class integers applied to the actual calendar items aren't multiplied to reflect this change. They still show as if the calendar were grouped by hour.

Suggested fix: do some calculations based on Time Grouping before applying classes to style calendar items. Additionally, having at least support for quarter hours would be great in case it's too difficult to support custom Time Grouping like this.

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kristiaanvandeneynde’s picture

Status: Active » Needs review
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Added a patch which solves this for both week and day views when time grouping is set to 'half hour'.
However: There is no fix for custom time groupings, they still indent calendar events as if they were grouped by hour.

kristiaanvandeneynde’s picture

Priority: Normal » Major
2.42 KB

Attached wrong patch, correct one attached

KarenS’s picture

Status: Needs review » Fixed

I used your patch as a starting point and made some additional changes. I also added in validation to prevent someone from trying to combine custom time grouping with the overlapping style, since there is no way I can see to make that work.


Status: Fixed » Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

dhalbert’s picture

Status: Closed (fixed) » Active
dhalbert’s picture

Status: Active » Closed (fixed)

Closing again. Problem was an uninitialized value in the prototype view for Calendar. See #13 in #1398584.