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Pinguwein, Create a Calendar List where you can Add Events, in List Settings -> List Permissions give your administrator Full Control/Design and All Authenticated Users Read permission! Create a Event Registration custom list and with other fields create a Lookup Field for Calendar List we made in 1st Step Open SharePoint Designer and go to Calendar list ...


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Try activating the Team Collaboration Lists web scoped feature.


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The way i did it was to edit the page with the calendar and insert > web part > media and Content > script Editor. Then edit the Webpart so the "edit snippet" will appear and insert the code from this link: here This is the code I used: <style> /**** Small Calendar ***/ .ms-acal-item{height: 10px !important;} .ms-acal-sdiv, .ms-acal-mdiv, .ms-...


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Create a new workflow in SharePoint Designer that runs when a new item is created. Use the Add Time to Date action to subtract 1 day from the meeting day to get your reminder date. Then use Pause until Date using your reminder date. After the pause, use Send Email action.


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In SharePoint 2010 (and I think 2013) you can use Overlays. On the Calendar ribbon there is an Overlays button which allows you to add Calendars from other sites - or even just views from a single Calendar. You can choose different colours for each. And they all appear as one.


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If you add a web part of the master calendar to a page, you have to switch to “calendar” view in the web part properties to see the overlaid items. reference: http://deannaschneider.wordpress.com/2011/09/28/calendar-overlay-a-simple-sharepoint-2010-ootb-master-calendar/


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In a SharePoint calendar, in the ribbon, on the Calendar tab, click Calendar Overlays. In the Calendar Overlay Settings page, click New Calendar. In the Name and Type section, type the Calendar Name and select Exchange. In the Calendar Overlay Settings section, type a Description for the calendar (optional), and change the default Color theme for the ...


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Most likely your custom content type is deriving from Item content type. You need to inherit it from Event content type. If you are adding a content type using Visual Studio, you are presented with an option to select the parent content type as shown: However, if you already have created it, you can still modify the Elements.xml file. Id of Event is 0x0102. ...


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Just in case someone else comes across this question -> Here is my solution that works in Visual Studio with a Custom List Definition based on Calendar. You need to edit the following: Elements.xml for the List Definition -> Change the "Type" attribute to 106. This will create a list based on the SPListTemplateTypeId 106 (Calendar) http://msdn.microsoft....


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Steps to permanently remove calendar from overlay Open calendar overlays page Click on the calendar link which you want to remove In the bottom of the page you can see "Delete" button. Clicking Delete will remove that calendar from the overlay


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Old answer: I found it! This code does the trick: function openDialog(pUrl) { var options = { title : "Kalender", width : 600, height : 400, url : pUrl }; SP.SOD.execute('sp.ui.dialog.js', 'SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog', options); } $('.ms-acal-month').ready(function () { setTimeout(function() { $('a[href*="...


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You could use this script to show all pages (display, edit, add) of the calender in a dialog. This also works with the buttons in the ribbon. // wait until "core.js" is loaded, to override it's function SP.SOD.executeOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(function () { var _useDialogsForFormsWithCtx = window.UseDialogsForFormsWithCtx; window....


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See if the below threads help in your situation. I've copied excerpt from the 1st link below. Hope this helps! https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/3374c101-e91d-49b2-bd03-00bdd842734a/calendar-view-does-not-display-all-items https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/8a18f211-ecff-44c8-93d9-53d1eb36dece/enabling-...


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It is not implemented and I don't see they will be doing it on priority. The reason being SharePoint is a global product and it is being used world wide. Hence targeting US holidays only helps customers in US. You can try the workaround suggested by creating a Shared Mailbox Calendar and overlaying it to SharePoint.


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This worked for me: http://blog.incworx.com/blog/sharepoint-developer-blog/let-me-tell-you-how-i-conquered-item-does-not-exist-it-may-have-been-deleted-by-another-user Basically truncate the link to the calendar item entry to remove everything after ID=#. For example, a link that looks like this: http://sharepointfarm/sites/somesite/Lists/SomeCalendar/...


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The calendar colors are based on your sites style/theme. So my guess is that you are using a non default theme (or perhaps you created your own) on the sites that are showing black, and the default one on the one that shows blue. If you click the gear in the top corner, then click change the look, you'll see the color palette for each theme. Typically the ...


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Follow the below steps: Go to List settings from ribbon in Calendar tab. Go to Advanced settings under General settings. Select "Yes" in Allow management of content types? and click OK button. Now you can see the Event content type under Content Types section. (You can choose your content type from which you want to hide the column) Now You can see the list ...


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If I understood you correctly, you want to see how many times some item was edited? If that is the case, there is a simple way to activate Versioning option in your list. You can find details here. After you enable Versioning, you can simply click on desired item and check how many versions of specific item are created. On link above you can find for SP ...


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Are you just looking for the background to be a different color? Here's what I pieced together in Javascript to do that, maybe you can use something similar for what you need. I added a content editor webpart to the calendar view page, referenced JQuery (we keep it in a local document library on the root site), and add this: $(document).ready(function() { ...


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Dialogs setting only affects List Views rendered via XsltListViewWebPart. Specific List Views like Calendar (your case), Gantt or Chart Views are rendered via ListViewWebPart. The point is that Dialogs setting does not take into account when a List View is rendered via ListViewWebPart. And the message on the List settings page: Dialogs that may not be ...


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Go to Site Contents -> Add an App -> You should see Calendar List in the boxes.. Click to add a new Calendar App/List.. PS: Change of terminology from Lists to App in SharePoint 2013 UPDATE If you don't see Calendar list in Add an App option, please do the following: Go to Site Settings -> Manage Site Features -> Activate Team Collaboration Lists feature ...


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I didn't find a better solution for me so I modified the ootb calender a little bit. Here the steps if anyone want's to take a look into it: If you don't have a calendar already, click on the cogwheel, site contents and then add an app. Add a Calendar and give it a name. In this guide I took the name "Eventcalendar". Add a new column. You can do that in ...


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WebParts added into Rich text zone causes JavaScript issues in Site Pages. They get executed before the dependent scripts loaded (like sp.js using SOD). So move the WebPart to a non Rich text WebPartZone. If that doesn't work, use a publishing page instead.


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In context of your comment on the above answer It seems that you want to change the color of calendar event without changing the theme. I am having an approach for you. As I achieved it near past when I was having requirement to change the color of Calendar based on the event category. What I did was, I edited the page on which calendar view was placed. ...


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You can setup calendar overlays for the team specific calendars. You just need to create a view for each calendar and then link to that view in the calendar overlay for the team specific calendar. The below text is copied from this blog. Quick steps to create a view In the ribbon, click the Calendar tab, then click Create View On the bottom half of ...


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In case you missed ahoff's comment on the answer by James Grizzle, you can create overlaid views on existing views in a calendar. So if you have a calendar with overlaid views/calendars for Time Off, Meetings, and Events, and you want the events in the Time Off view to be color coded, you can create a new view to filter the events shown only in the Time Off ...


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The problem is that SharePoint isn't coloring items based on the identity of the particular views (i.e. "Equip 1" is always pink, "Equip 2" is always magenta), instead, it colors items based on numbering, i.e. the first calendar in the view will always be orange, the second will always be pink, etc. (Or whatever you have set up in the overlays.) So, when ...


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I suggest you to use the SPServices library. It is based on the classical SharePoint web services interface. Based on my experience, it is the single interface available for client-side development that supports expanding of recurrance events into a series of distinct events. See exmples here or here. But you don't have to use the SPServices library, it ...


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Try referencing the following: Color code item row based on column value in SharePoint Foundation 2013 https://blog.splibrarian.com/2012/06/06/using-calculated-columns-to-add-color-coding-to-your-sharepoint-lists/ https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/80613cb7-10c9-4d96-8b91-a36f3feaec62/sharepoint-2013-calculated-column-formula-to-change-...


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Here is an example of accessing the all Recurrence Event from calendar List using the JavaScript: <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { debugger; $(".readItem").click(function(){ var html=""; var script = document.createElement("script"); script.type = "text/javascript"; script.src = "/sites/demo/...


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