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Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere, I have looked around and can't find the answer anywhere.
Here's the question:
Is it possible on a day view to have a node column expand through it's FROM and TO times in a custom time grouping?
Here's the background:
I am creating a simple room booking system using calendar to show what rooms have been booked in a given day. Each room is a taxonomy term assigned to the booking content type I have created which uses a date field for "From" and "To" times. The Calendar day view has been given a custom Time grouping from 08:00:00 all the way down to 15:30:00 with half an hour increments between. The Field grouping has been set to the taxonomy term so I can see all the different rooms in one day view.
The problem is that the booking shows in the starting time slot, but does not extend down to the "To" time. So visually you can't see how long the room has been booked out for. Please see the attached images if you are unsure what I am referring to.
Is this something already present in Calendar? It seems to me since the calendar is a giant table it would require a great deal of rowspans to accomplish something like this which would probably get a little crazy. But I'm hoping it's already there and I just missed something. Thanks for the great module!