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  1. Thanks Connie. With regards to your point about the Select All, None "The Select All, None option at the bottom of the list makes it pretty quick and easy for viewers to get to just the selections...." On our page, when you select none, nothing happens to the calendar. It isn't untill you take another step of selecting the individual age groups withing the filter to begin to customize the calendar. How can I make it so when the user selects None, it is reflected as none on our Clalendar? Robert
  2. As a default, our filter spud has ALL the items checked when you first visit the page. I would like the default to be either NONE or just one item checked so that the viewer can add to the calendar if they need to. Is this still possible to do? http://tinyurl.com/rz5cd Thanks, Robert
  3. I would like to use a web link that specifically pulls up a calendar for the week of September 1. Furthermore, I would like all my mix-ins to be checked off except for one as a default.
  4. Our client is a school that has a repetitive weekly schedule. The classes and class times do not change from week to week. So, it is not important to display the classes over a series of months. Is there a way to publish only one week of events? Furthermore, it is not necessary for us to display the monthly date. We only need to specify the day the classes fall on (Mon, Tues, wed....) The students of the school will know that this weekly schedule repeats itself over the course of the semester. We like using Trumba as we can: use filters and mix-ins it allows our client an easy interface to manage the content viewers can email, set reminders, import dates into their calendars, etc.
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