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    Default [SOLVED] Calendar display issue after 5.0.4 upgrade

    We upgraded from 5.0.2 to 5.0.4 Network Edition last night and now shared calendar entries are faded. What I mean by that is, it looks like if the calendar entry is shared, the font used is grey and the color used for the calendar have their opacity set really low. This makes it difficult to see the calendar entries that are shared. Is there a way to disable this feature?

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    Just found out that the faded entries are marked as "Free" and not "Busy". This "feature" possible to be disabled or changed so that even Free entries are legible?

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    Anyone know where the css code would be for what I need changed? I played around with the css and couldn't find what I was looking for. Maybe someone else has a better idea.

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    Add your voice to Bug 26106 - Visual indication of Free/Busy/OoO status on own calendar

    RFE is now:
    Make the visual distinction of Free/Busy/OoO status on own calendar less
    pronounced, so that reminders to self are still readable.

    Possible resolutions:
    - Continue to desaturate the background color, but leave the text sharp and
    readable.
    - Change the text style to italics or strikethrough.

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    Comments added. So I guess I'm out of luck until Zimbra addresses the issue? There aren't any CSS changes I can make to accomplish this?

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    I just learned some additional information from some of my users. Depending on their monitor and color settings, the entries can be so "dimed" that they are invisible to the user. In other words, I need a workaround fairly quickly. If no one has any ideas I'll open up a ticket with support. Thanks!

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    Using Firebug I was able to find the HTML that is setting the opacity to .2 (or 20%) and now I just need to find it in the code in order to manually change it. Here is the full HTML:
    <div style="position: absolute; cursor: default; width: 1410px; height: 20px; opacity: 0.2; left: 2px; top: 4px;" class="appt" id="DWT218"></div>
    If I can find that, I should be able to remove it. Ideas?

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