CalendarEvent

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Description:

"Calendar Event" is a plasmoid that displays the days of the calendar in one column.
Main look idea come from "Fading Calendar" plasmoid
( http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Fading+Calendar?content=124153 ),
but instead to point in graphics, it is intended to display akonadi items
(events, birthdays, ...) and holidays.
Last changelog:

6 years ago

Version 0.4.1
- Bugfix: Time for recurrences

Version 0.4
- New: Adding/Editing Akonadis' items with KOrganizer
- New: Updating when Akonadis' items change
- Change: Time not displayed for "all day" events

Version 0.3
- Refreshing when date changes

Version 0.2
- Added right side alignment
- Added Akonadis' tasks

Version 0.1.1
- Bugfix: UTC time is now converted in local zone

Version 0.1
First delivery

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causa-prima

5 years ago

I think I found a bug: tooltips do not appear for non-all-day-events when hovering over the text. However, they do appear when hovering next to the text. I've looked into the code but did not find the cause yet.

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causa-prima

5 years ago

I've made some changes so I can have bold text for enabled events, the diffs can be found on pastebin.com
diff for daygraphicswidget.cpp: http://pastebin.com/index/bfpMbuHv
diff for daygraphicswidget.h: http://pastebin.com/9EEid245

I did not implement a option in the settings yet, as I currently do not know how this works.

I hope you like my work, it's the first time I'm doing something in C++ :)

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causa-prima

6 years ago

Is it a bug that for events the times are all wrong or better: non-existing? If i hover over an event it says it's happening from 00:00-24:00, but that is wrong.

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silmpam

6 years ago

Oh.. thanks, I think you refer to occurrences that don't have a time. In version 0.4 if the item has "all day" checked, time will not be displayed

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causa-prima

6 years ago

No, those are no "all day"-events. Here's a screenshot of the bug, comparing the stock calendar plasmoid with yours: http://abload.de/img/calendareventbugyhroz.png I'm using the arch linux AUR package, which right now is version 0.3

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silmpam

6 years ago

It was a bug related to recurrences. Thanks for the input, it should be ok now with 0.4.1

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causa-prima

6 years ago

Thanks for the quick fix :)

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causa-prima

6 years ago

Great plasmoid! Only things missing for me:
- seeing the event texts without hovering, that means directly displaying the details. I'd love something like the long day in line one, the event and it's details in line 2.
- changable icons for visible items
- non-rounded today frame

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silmpam

6 years ago

Many thanks.
- I don't know if displaying details directly on calendar is an advantage: it can be problematic if we have multiple events on the same day and we want to display all without modifying the day frame size... I know the actual hovering is a bit ugly but try to send me a sketch of your idea.
- Yes, more icons can be nice. I will try
- Ok, I can add a frame angle radius in settings

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causa-prima

6 years ago

Oh, right, I did not think about multiple events on one day. The only thing I could imagine that would be suitable would be something like a bar with indicators for the time used by those events. But that would be to complicated to comprehend and would not give the ammount of information I would like to have.

Something else about the icons: I think it would look better if they were vertically centered to the corresponding day :)

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causa-prima

5 years ago

I have implemented icons vertically centered to the corresponding day myself, here's my diff: http://pastebin.com/XtFQPDNQ

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cbraum2000

7 years ago

Hi, it works fine but i get the time for events 1 hr too early (instead of 20,00 i get 19.00)

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silmpam

7 years ago

Mmm.. I think that's a time zone bug. Do you submit time in UTC when you create the event?

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cbraum2000

7 years ago

I think so. My Box is setted up for utc. Its all fine for example with google calendar agenda. Its fine with korganizer too. Same with lightning (what I use to set up my dates). Im using a local ical-file which is synched to a google-calendar by dropbox and gcaldaemon.

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cbraum2000

7 years ago

Now, its perfect. Thanks for your work. One wish: It would be fine, if I could edit dates with a click on them ...

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silmpam

7 years ago

Thanks! I will try it

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6 years ago

Version 0.4.1
- Bugfix: Time for recurrences

Version 0.4
- New: Adding/Editing Akonadis' items with KOrganizer
- New: Updating when Akonadis' items change
- Change: Time not displayed for "all day" events

Version 0.3
- Refreshing when date changes

Version 0.2
- Added right side alignment
- Added Akonadis' tasks

Version 0.1.1
- Bugfix: UTC time is now converted in local zone

Version 0.1
First delivery

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