Does anyone have an opinion one way or the other about this screenshot and
the two digit day numbers???
It is not written in stone and would only cause me to change two different
lines in WebCal.py! It would be easy to remove it or keep it!
Rob G. Healey
2009/3/16 Rob Healey <robhealey1@...>
> Greetings All:
> Does anyone have an opinion one way or the other about this screenshot and
> the two digit day numbers???
> It is not written in stone and would only cause me to change two different
> lines in WebCal.py! It would be easy to remove it or keep it!
There is no screenshot here for me. Do a feature request and add the
screenschot as attachment.
Without knowing how it looks I like 1, 2, 3, ... .best. But some calanders
do it differently. So it is a style issues. If you could trigger this with
the css style, that would be nice. A modern (in the meaning of art, not to
be confused with contemporary) look could use two digits ...
Perhaps Jason knows if that is possible. Perhaps <div
id="twodigitsday">0</div>1, which does not show up in most styles.
From: Jason Simanek <jsimanek@gm...> - 2009-03-19 12:27:29
On Wed, 2009-03-18 at 12:02 -0700, Rob Healey wrote:
> Would you comment on this as well. Is it possible to do what Benny
> has suggested about doing so in ss?
It's possible to insert a character with CSS but I can't do it on a
conditional basis (as far as I know). However, you could give an
additional class to the date-container-div on single digit numbers to
allow for CSS to do that.
I'm curious though: Why are we trying to do this? Has a user requested
this? It seems unnecessary.
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