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Adding Columns

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November 18, 2017, at 11:54 PM by 192.88.134.15 -
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June 30, 2015, at 02:03 PM by 142.4.217.188 -
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Once you've edited that value, be sure to run the script "Upon Opening" to see your changes take effect.
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Once you've edited that value, be sure to run the script "Upon Opening" to see your changes take effect.

You can also change this on the fly from the drop-down menu on the resources tab:

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Edit the script "Load Calendar Settings - On Startup --- Edit Configuration Here ---" and you'll see a setting for "How many resource columns should show by default".
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Edit the script "Load Calendar Settings - On Startup --- Edit Configuration Here ---" and you'll see a setting for "How many resource columns should be visible".
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All you need to do is change the number of repetitions shown for each of the repeating fields on this layout. There are a few stacked fields here so you'll want to practice on a copy of the file/layout before doing this for real.

And be sure to check out the video of how best to navigate the calendar's tabs: it is a great introduction to working with these layouts
. [[Calendar Tabs]]

Note that under the hood our calendar supports '''20''' columns on this screen without any modification to the underlying code. If you want more than 20 columns to show, you'll need to change 3 things:

-> 1. You'll need to add repetitions to all the repeating fields in the calendar table which currently have 20 repetitions.

-> 2. You'll need to edit the scheduling layout to show those additional repetitions as we do in the video above.

-> 3. You'll need to edit the first SetVariable() line in the script "Clear Calendar" to include additional pipe characters. You can add as many pipes per line as you want, but you need one pipe per column. (Run the script "Upon Opening" when you're done editing this script.)
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Edit the script "Load Calendar Settings - On Startup --- Edit Configuration Here ---" and you'll see a setting for "How many resource columns should show by default".

Once
you've edited that value, be sure to run the script "Upon Opening" to see your changes take effect.
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All you need to do is change the number of repetitions shown for each of the repeating fields on this layout. There are a few fields here so check out this video for an illustration of how to easily change them:

> > video
. make sure you don't grab the little vertical guy to the right of timewhen you make repts bigger / smaller.
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All you need to do is change the number of repetitions shown for each of the repeating fields on this layout. There are a few stacked fields here so you'll want to practice on a copy of the file/layout before doing this for real.

And be
sure to check out the video of how best to navigate the calendar's tabs: it is a great introduction to working with these layouts. [[Calendar Tabs]]
December 29, 2009, at 06:17 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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Note that under the hood our calendar supports 20 columns on this screen without any modification to the underlying code. If you want more than 20 columns to show, you'll need to change 3 things:

1. You'll need to add repetitions to all the repeating fields in the calendar table which currently have 20 repetitions.

2. You'll need to edit the scheduling layout to show those additional repetitions as we do in the video above.

3. You'll need to edit the first SetVariable() line in the script "Clear Calendar" to include additional pipe characters. You can add as many pipes per line as you want, but you need one pipe per column. (Run the script "Upon Opening" when you're done editing this script.)
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Note that under the hood our calendar supports '''20''' columns on this screen without any modification to the underlying code. If you want more than 20 columns to show, you'll need to change 3 things:

-> 1. You'll need to add repetitions to all the repeating fields in the calendar table which currently have 20 repetitions.

-> 2. You'll need to edit the scheduling layout to show those additional repetitions as we do in the video above.

-> 3. You'll need to edit the first SetVariable() line in the script "Clear Calendar" to include additional pipe characters. You can add as many pipes per line as you want, but you need one pipe per column. (Run the script "Upon Opening" when you're done editing this script.)
October 24, 2009, at 12:30 AM by 208.54.15.198 -
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> > video. make sure you don't grab the little vertical guy to the right of timewhen you make repts bigger / smaller.
October 23, 2009, at 11:47 PM by 208.54.15.198 -
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3. You'll need to edit the first SetVariable() line in the script "Clear Calendar" to include additional pipe characters. You can add as many pipes per line as you want, but you need one pipe per column.
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3. You'll need to edit the first SetVariable() line in the script "Clear Calendar" to include additional pipe characters. You can add as many pipes per line as you want, but you need one pipe per column. (Run the script "Upon Opening" when you're done editing this script.)
October 23, 2009, at 11:45 PM by 208.54.15.198 -
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> > This should all be abstracted to understand how many columns there are so we should just be able to edit repts on the layout. Only part of this I'm not sure of is the actual Insert Into Month script: I don't know if that is abstracted or not. Working on that now: 10.21.09
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All you need to do is change the number of repetitions shown for each of the repeating fields on this layout. There are a few fields here so check out this video for an illustration of how to easily change them:

> > video

Note that under the hood our calendar supports 20 columns
on this screen without any modification to the underlying code. If you want more than 20 columns to show, you'll need to change 3 things:

1
. You'll need to add repetitions to all the repeating fields in the calendar table which currently have 20 repetitions.

2. You'll need to edit the scheduling layout to show those additional repetitions as we do in the video above.

3. You'll need to edit the first SetVariable() line in the script "Clear Calendar" to include additional pipe characters. You can add as many pipes per line as you want, but you need one pipe per column.
October 22, 2009, at 12:59 AM by 67.171.38.238 -
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 > > This should all be abstracted to understand how many columns there are so we should just be able to edit repts on the layout. Only part of this I'm not sure of is the actual Insert Into Month script: I don't know if that is abstracted or not. Working on that now: 10.21.09
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> > This should all be abstracted to understand how many columns there are so we should just be able to edit repts on the layout. Only part of this I'm not sure of is the actual Insert Into Month script: I don't know if that is abstracted or not. Working on that now: 10.21.09
October 22, 2009, at 12:59 AM by 67.171.38.238 -
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!! How can I add more columns to the Resource Scheduling screen?

 > > This should all be abstracted to understand how many columns there are so we should just be able to edit repts on the layout. Only part of this I'm not sure of is the actual Insert Into Month script: I don't know if that is abstracted or not. Working on that now: 10.21.09
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