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  1. Thanks for the reply. Yeah, this calendar is also embedded in another related website and I didn't really want to change its appearance there. That's why this mixcontrol parameter seemed like just the ticket. Forgive the newbie question (I didn't create the calendar or publish it, so I don't know exactly what's possible), but can the same calendar be published with more than one name (e.g. "publish as <newCalendarName>")? That is, can I do what you suggested, publishing it with a new name that I can reference rather than the existing one?
  2. I must be missing something simple, but I've fooled with this and I can't get it to work. I'm trying to display a simple monthly calendar view without the mix-in control... my spud code looks like this: $Trumba.addSpud( { webName: "mycalendarname", spudType: "main", url: { mixcontrol: "hide"} }); The calendar displays, but the mix-in control is always there. I've tried different url parameters and they seem to work as expected, so I think I have the basic syntax correct. What is it about the mixcontrol parameter that hates me?