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Andrew Shuttleworth

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  1. ICS calendar subscription

    Sorry. False alarm. It looks like this was only publishing to Trumba using the Apple iCal program. One workaround may be to subscribe to an iCal feed using Apple iCal (or perhaps Mozilla Subird or Outlook 2007) and then publish to Trumba from there.
  2. ICS calendar subscription

    Was browsing the forums for something else and came accross this thread. Just thought it was worth mentioning that it looks like the issue of publishing an iCal feed to Trumba has been addressed: http://www.trumba.com/help/ical/icalpublish.html Andrew
  3. How to delete a Repeating Event from a Deleted Calendar

    Thanks for the replies and sorry for the slow follow up. For some reason I missed notifications about follow-ups to this post. Actually I stumbled across the solution you linked to the other day myself (hence revisiting this threadto post about it ;-) I still had to delete 5-10 pages of events to get rid of all the events up to somewhere around 2028, but that wasn't too much trouble and it certainly solved the issue. Thanks again for replying. Andrew
  4. How to delete a Repeating Event from a Deleted Calendar

    Well I found a number of different foratting options for the Classic Table view which helped resolve the display problem so this issue is no longer so important (and hopefully you won't see anything wrong when you visit the URLs mentioned in the original post). Still it would be nice to get the entries out of the calendar to avoid future problems so please do let me know if there is an easy way to delete them. Thanks, Andrew
  5. Hi I've got a repeating monthly event displayed on my current calendar that I created in a now deleted calendar. The event repeats until 2014. I want to delete all future instances (as they don't look good in the table view: http://www.cvp.jp/event_calendar.php ) but the normal procedure doesn't work as the owning calendar no longer exists. Is there any way to do this other than deleting each of the approx. 100 instances individually? An example of the offending event is: Public: http://www.trumba.com/calendars/japan_busi...ventid=49382497 Admin: http://www.trumba.com/t.aspx?e=CgCygSCZlpg...NiwYF39HcRmqVoX Thanks, Andrew
  6. Publishing Spuds Using SiteKreator

    Hi Jill Thanks for the reply. SiteKreator is doesn't have any of the HTML editing features you mention. I think this is done to keep the code controlled so that you can easily do things like change the template across the site without any problems. Anyway - the SiteKreator team kindly looked into the issue and tool me that the Trumba code does work with the Seasons, Minimalist and Standard templates. They offered to tweak the other templates for a reasonable engineering charge but I actually quite like the minimalist template and the site is progressing nicely: http://www.japanevents.net . SiteKreator ( http://www.sitekreator.com )really is a nice tool for anyone that wants a quick and easy yet professional looking site. I'm glad that it now works with Trumba whichis great for anyone that wants a quick and easy yet professional and powerful calendar ;-) Thanks again for the reply. Andrew
  7. Has anyone successfully published a Trumba calendar spud onto a site created using www.sitekreator.com? When I add the Trumba spud as a HTML snippet it seems to break their editor. I contacted their support and they said that there doesn't seem to be any problems with the Trumba script but they don't offer support for embedding third party scripts. Andrew http://hq.andrewshuttleworth.com
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