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Le 2012-11-18 07:51, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
Hi Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on 2012-11-17 15:51:

I thought you had mentioned that you had already installed the extension
in a previous message[1]. :-)

I removed it again, after you said it's the wrong one - but now it's
active again. :)

I don't think it would be a problem migrating the view. I will look into
it, once I know the extension has really been activated from you.

It's active again, the howto is at
Can you check if it works?

Thanks a lot,

I added the code for the MediaWiki Google Calendar extension, but it won't permit modifying the width (size) of the calendar, nor integrating the Google Cals like on the MediaWiki Widget. So I would have to have to undersized calendars (Events, and the other, Committee Meetings).

So take a look at the end-product[1], whereas the WikiMedia Google Cal widget allowed the same view as the Google Cal view on our website which integrates the calendars an the user can toggle the view by clicking on the small down arrow (right-hand-top)[2].

It looks like the MediaWiki Google Calendar extension needs some more development to make it really useful. Maybe I will just have the wiki point to the SilverStripe website page with the Calendar. At least the size of the Calendar can fit the width of the page rather than remaining as small as the MediaWiki extension size.




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