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Changing start time to 'all day' on calendar?

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By milesbennetdyson, Senior Member on 1st November 2013, 06:14 PM
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Hi, basically as the title says! I'm trying to do something that must be basic but I'm having no luck. I have a calendar agenda widget made with Zooper showing my upcoming events in a list. First the date, then the event, then the time. For all day events I'd like to hide the start time (00.00) and just show 'All Day'. Thanks for any help!


Also, an idea for the future. I've no idea if this would be more trouble than it's worth or if it's even possible, but it would be great if you could implement some kind of RSS reader into Zooper. The RSS widget I use is okay but it would be great if you could customise it like you can in Zooper.
 
 
1st November 2013, 07:05 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by edithswanneck

Hi, basically as the title says! I'm trying to do something that must be basic but I'm having no luck. I have a calendar agenda widget made with Zooper showing my upcoming events in a list. First the date, then the event, then the time. For all day events I'd like to hide the start time (00.00) and just show 'All Day'. Thanks for any help!


Also, an idea for the future. I've no idea if this would be more trouble than it's worth or if it's even possible, but it would be great if you could implement some kind of RSS reader into Zooper. The RSS widget I use is okay but it would be great if you could customise it like you can in Zooper.

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#C0Sdd.MM.YYYY# #C0TITLE# $#C0D#=1?All Day:#C0SHH.mm#$
You can change the date and time format to anything you like. Check this reference for all available possibilities in free date format. Also don't forget to change C0 to C1 for the following event, C2 for the one after that and so on.
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Brilliant, works a treat, thanks.

Have we got anywhere for ideas/feature requests like there was on the old Zooper forums?
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Trying to make this work with another string of texts
Any idea how to make this work with the following string? I can't seem to. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

[c=#C0COLOR#]$#C0SddMM#=?No appointments$$#C0SddMM#=#DddMM#?Today at #C0Sh\:mm# [tl]#C0Sp#[/tl] -$$ #C0SddMM#=#W1DddMM#?Tomorrow at #C0Sh\:mm# [tl]#C0Sp#[/tl] -$$[#C0SddMM#!=#W1DddMM#] && [#C0SddMM#!=#DddMM#] && [#C0STd#<6]?#C0SEEEE# at #C0Sh\:mm# [tl]#C0Sp#[/tl] -$$[#C0SddMM#!=#W1DddMM#] && [#C0SddMM#!=#DddMM#] && [#C0STd#>=6]? #C0SEEE#, #C0SMMM# [no]#C0Sd#[/no] at #C0Sh\:mm#$ #C0TITLE#[/c]
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