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  1. Any suggestion for a workaround, or am I out of luck? I can't believe I'm the only one that has ever noticed this. Most of the events on my published calendar span several days if not weeks. With each day of the spanned event repeating in the list (once for each day), it makes emailing the calendar pretty much pointless. Is there an option to email with no calendar listed? I could include a link to my published calendar, I guess. Not nearly as cool though... Is this a limitation of the free account or is it a problem across the board? I'm bummed. I'm shuffling away with my head hanging sadly. I really liked that email calendar feature... Thanks.
  2. OK, I've got a monthly email that I send out via the calendar email feature. I usually include the next month's events. I have several events in my calendar that span several days (ie Trip to Hungary Sept 8 -10). In the email that goes out it will list each event once for each day (ie Trip to Hungary Sept 8-10 then Trip to Hungary Sept 8-10 then Trip to Hungary Sept 8-10) This makes the events list VERY long unecessarily. Especially when most of the events on this calendar span several days. How can I have these multi-day events compress into one line in the events list in the emails? Thanks for your help.
  3. Thanks for the reply. I like your site. I may have to do something like that. It just seems like there would be simpler way.... here's hoping... I found this post just now: http://forums.trumba.com/index.php?showtopic=416 It seems I should be able to add the tag "template=table" (no quotes) after the calendar name and it should open in table view. I just haven't gotten it to work that way yet. It just always loads in month view. I'm using iframes. Here is the code in the iframe on the page where I want to see the calendar in table view: <IFRAME id=TrumbaIframe marginWidth=0 marginHeight=0 src="ataglanceview.html?calendar=ben_schedule" frameBorder=no width="100%" scrolling=no onload=SizeTrumbaFrame() allowTransparency></IFRAME> and in the page referenced by the iframe script (ataglanceview.html) I have only this: <script src="http://www.trumba.com/k.aspx?calendar=ben_schedule" type=text/javascript template="table"></SCRIPT> All I get is the calendar in month view. I'm thinking this is just a syntax issue... that I'm not putting the tag in the right spot and I'll be kicking myself later for missing the obvious...... What am I missing here? Thanks.
  4. I've searched a while for the answer, but can't seem to find it. My apologies if this has been asked before... I've got one calendar that I'd like to embed in my website in two different views on two different pages. On one page I'd like the month view (already done this no problem). I'd also like another page that displays the info in table form. I know I can use the template chooser spud to do this on one page, but many of my less ambitious users don't make it that far.... I've seen where you can put certain options after the calendar name variable in the spud code, but I haven't seen where you can force a particular view when the calender loads on the page. Is there a place where I can get that info (and perhaps any other customizing options I may have not thought of...yet) Thanks.
  5. I'd like to do the same thing. This would save me loads of time updating my mailing list manually. So what code do I put in the page that this iframe points to? I'm new to using iframes, but as I understand it you need two bits of code. One is the html that goes in a web page that contains the actual feed from trumba. Then you need to create an iframe where you want it to appear that points to that page. Is that right? If so, what goes in that page? Thanks for your help.
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