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[Resolved] [Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar] "time frame" on week views

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  • Richard

    @richardgirling

    Hi wplg,

    We have it on the roadmap to add this feature on the front end, however in the interim, you can change this by editing the code on the backend:

    Open the file load_views.js found in

    wp-content\plugins\all-in-one-event-calendar\app\view\admin\js\scripts\calendar

    Find where it says:

    $( ‘.ai1ec-oneday-view .tablescroll_wrapper, .ai1ec-week-view .tablescroll_wrapper’ ).scrollTo( ‘.ai1ec-hour-marker:eq(6)’ );

    and change ‘6’ to the time you want to start at.

    That should do the trick.

    beth@thisisit.ca

    @beththisisitca

    Hello there Richard, I would like the weekly and daily schedule to start at 7am and end at 8pm. How do I do that in load_views.js ??
    If you can send me the specific details that would be great. Thanks.

    Richard

    @richardgirling

    Hi Beth,

    As described above, open that js file and change the number 6 to 7. This should change the start time to 7am. This should do it, but let me know if you need a hand with anything else.

    beth@thisisit.ca

    @beththisisitca

    Thanks Richard, I will try that but how about the end time? How do I change that?

    Richard

    @richardgirling

    Hi Beth,

    When you change the start time, the end time will be determined by the size of the space available to view the calendar. In other words, you can only change the start time, then the calendar will show from the start time onward.

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