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I have the same problem (as smurray in #11; http://drupal.org/node/337952#comment-1155008), quoted below, and have had it for several rc versions now. I've created repeating events and then filter them by their repeating date field in Views with "now+31" to get the upcoming month's repeating events. But the date of the event that's shown is the date of the first iteration of the event rather than the date of the upcoming repetition. That's confusing for users, to whom it looks like the event is already past. I can and do add in the event's description that this is a repeating event (e.g. held the first Tuesday of each month), but ideally they would see the date of the next scheduled repetition in the node description, and that's not currently what's appearing. I'm not sure this is a bug per se, but might be a missing feature: show the date of the next upcoming repetition rather than that of the first iteration. I'd be grateful for clarification on that, too. :-)
Karen noted #337952 as fixed (comment #7), and the release notes for calendar 6.x-2.0-rc6 show this thread's fix was included in that release, but I still see my problem after updating. But the problem smurray and I are having is not the one originally described in this thread, so it should go in a new one.
smurray - December 15, 2008 - 01:00
I partially solved the problem, but am still having issues. I discovered that if I delete my events and recreate them, the time and date are displayed in my upcoming events block. The problem is it's only showing the times for the first instance of the event. For example, when I recreated everything the upcoming events block was full of 5 events, all with time/dates. As the events past though and next weeks instance of the event shows up on the list, it isn't showing the time or date for it. The only way to get it to show up is to delete and recreate the event again. Obviously doing this each week for the 5 regularly repeating events would be a major pain in the butt. Anyone have any ideas?