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[Q] Calendar code questions - calendar event lookahead time

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17th April 2014, 03:29 PM   |  #1  
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My current calendar code is the following:
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#C0SEEE#: $#C0D#=1?All Day:#C0SHH.mm#$ | [tr=17]#C0TITLE#[/tr]
Is there a way to set calendar event lookahead time for seven days? I mean that if the next event is within the next 7 days, show it. If not, don't show it.

Also another question. Is it possible to show the event date if the event is not today and hide the date if event is today?
18th April 2014, 03:02 PM   |  #2  
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This can be done with Tasker. If you want, i can upload the profile that i use on my tab
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This can be done with Tasker. If you want, i can upload the profile that i use on my tab

Sure, that would be nice. Can't it be done without Tasker?
19th April 2014, 10:24 PM   |  #4  
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If you write this code in Advanded Parameters

[c]$#C0STd#>7?#00000000$[/c]

text will be hided if it is more than seven days from now
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If you write this code in Advanded Parameters

[c]$#C0STd#>7?#00000000$[/c]

text will be hided if it is more than seven days from now

Thank you really much! I'll try that
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Originally Posted by Eldmor

Sure, that would be nice. Can't it be done without Tasker?

Sorry for replying late. Was busy

Anyways, please find attached the profile I use.

A few things to note:
1) %caldays variable is set to value 0:6 currently. And that will show calendar entries for next 7 days. Change it to 0:13, for example, if you want to show the entries for next 14 days. Customize as per your need
2) In line 6, you can set the zooper variable as per your need. One very important thing here is that you need to add " " next to %lup otherwise it wont work as expected
3) Create a Zooper richtext widget, click "edit text manually" and set it to
$#Tcalx#$
4)Dont set the tasker profile to update at 12:00 midnight, it doesnt work porperly. Just add a minute or 2 for it to work as expected

I hope its not too confusing. Just give it a shot.

It would be nice if someone can post a better solution
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