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I'm trying to make my own monthly Calendar in Zooper, but i have a big problem. When i say, in advanced parameters, to calculate the day of the week with this string: #D$(#DyMM#010000)$f# i obtain 0 if it's sunday, 1 if it's monday and so on. The problem is that i need to obtain 7 if it's sunday, becaus in italian format week start on monday and finish on sunday.
I can't check it in this way: $#D$(#DyMM#010000)$f#=0?7$ because zooper doesn't recognize nested $...
I think the only way is to change the $(expression)$ for math expressions using another char (maybe or similar).
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I'm trying to make my own monthly Calendar in Zooper, but i have a big problem. When i say, in advanced parameters, to calculate the day of the week with this string: #D$(#DyMM#010000)$f# i obtain 0 if it's sunday, 1 if it's monday and so on. The problem is that i need to obtain 7 if it's sunday, becaus in italian format week start on monday and finish on sunday.
I can't check it in this way: $#D$(#DyMM#010000)$f#=0?7$ because zooper doesn't recognize nested $...
I think the only way is to change the $(expression)$ for math expressions using another char (maybe or similar).
Any suggest?
Is your system locale set to italian or are you using it another language (like english for example)? If the later, did you try setting the widget locale to italian?
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Is your system locale set to italian or are you using it another language (like english for example)? If the later, did you try setting the widget locale to italian?
It's italian.
 
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It's italian.
Then it's probably a bug with Zooper. You should get in touch with the developer to clear it up.
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Then it's probably a bug with Zooper. You should get in touch with the developer to clear it up.
I'll wait for Richard's reply, if anyone have suggestions...
 
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Is your system locale set to italian or are you using it another language (like english for example)? If the later, did you try setting the widget locale to italian?
Hey can you provide full tutorial for make monthly calendar in zooper? Thanx
 
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I'm trying to make my own monthly Calendar in Zooper, but i have a big problem. When i say, in advanced parameters, to calculate the day of the week with this string: #D$(#DyMM#010000)$f# i obtain 0 if it's sunday, 1 if it's monday and so on. The problem is that i need to obtain 7 if it's sunday, becaus in italian format week start on monday and finish on sunday.
I can't check it in this way: $#D$(#DyMM#010000)$f#=0?7$ because zooper doesn't recognize nested $...
I think the only way is to change the $(expression)$ for math expressions using another char (maybe or similar).
Any suggest?
Sorry; but I don't understand where is the problem...
(I'm Italian)
Why is it important for you have 7 on sunday instead 0?
Could you explain why for you this is important?
 
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Sorry; but I don't understand where is the problem...
(I'm Italian)
Why is it important for you have 7 on sunday instead 0?
Could you explain why for you this is important?
Because the whole calendar is out of layout. I have the 7th day after saturday... i can't do a screenshot now, 'cause i removed the widget... if you nedd one i can reinstall it.
 
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I'm having the same problem. Using the code [ox]44*#D$(#DyMM#050000)$f#-30[/ox]
[oy]22*#D$(#DyMM#050000)$W#[/oy]
Zooper automatically put the number in the correct position in a grid, but this cause many problem with Sunday.
I was wondering if there's a way to change 0 to 7 using advanced code, but no success til now...

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Please make a tutorial video

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