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    Question Calendar Fish-Eye Disable and List View auto-load on scroll

    Hi everyone

    I've migrated all but 3 of our users from Exchange to Zimbra and I've been hammering ZWC for a while now.
    We're a small business and I wanted us to switch from Exchange to Zimbra because I wanted to use it! Selfish I know but the AJAX client is incredible, I use it all the time as a Prism webapp.

    There's a couple of things that I'd love to put out there regarding the Calendar tab of the web client.

    1) Is it possible to disable the fish-eye schedule view that you get when you click a day in Month view?
    I find the animation is pretty clunky, it would be better if it brought the schedule up in one of the flat movable dialogs.

    2) For days with loads of appointments I've been finding the Calendar list view essential.
    But it would be great if the scrolly auto-load (like in mail folders) could be used to scroll up and down the appointments list, rather than having to manually paginate.

    3) Also I'd love to see an extra column available which highlights the day of the week the appointment's on.
    Here's an example of what I mean in ASCII art
    Code:
    Day                          Start Date
    M  T  W  T  F  S  S
    **                           26/04/2010    {Indicates Monday}
       **                        27/04/2010    {Indicates Tue}
          **                     28/04/2010    {Indicates Wed}
             **                  29/04/2010    {Indicates Thurs}
             **                  29/04/2010    {Indicates Thurs}
             **                  29/04/2010    {Indicates Thurs}
                **               30/04/2010    {Indicates Fri}
    === May ==========================================
                   **            01/05/2010    {Indicates Sat}
                      **         02/05/2010    {Indicates Sun}
    **                           03/05/2010    {Indicates Monday}
       **                        04/05/2010    {Indicates Tue}
       **                        04/05/2010    {Indicates Tue}
                **               07/05/2010    {Indicates Fri}
                   **            08/05/2010    {Indicates Sat}
                      **         09/05/2010    {Indicates Sun}
    At the moment I think it's pretty difficult to see where weeks and months end in the list view. So having some sort of block indicator of the day of week would give you a good idea of where you are within a working week.

    4) A horizontal rule/separator at the end of each month (possibly each week) to break up the list view would be awesome as well.

    Just a couple of suggestions for people to think about then if there's nothing like that already in there then I'll file it in Bugzilla

    Cheers, B
    Last edited by batfastad; 05-27-2010 at 05:01 PM.
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    Great, I've voted for that bug.

    Anyone got any comments on #2/3/4 above?
    If not then I'll add a feature request in bugzilla.

    I also notice that if I re-arrange the column order in the calendar list view, the column order isn't preserved across logins.
    Last edited by batfastad; 05-27-2010 at 05:02 PM.
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    I voted, too, because it's always kind of annoyed me anyway, but I have VIP users who are reluctant or non-adopters and this feature is on the list of reasons why. (Some people are never satisfied, though.) I would like fisheye to be optional.

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