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Display the calendar using a text view expiring entries before today
and stopping after 10 days. I have adjusted the locale to en_GB
for proper date formatting in that locale (assumes you have working
locales at your site). Setting reverse=true will give an reverse
(:pmcal cals=PmCal caltype=text locale=en_GB stopafter=10 expire=true monthsahead=1 reverse=true:)
PmCalendar? doesn't have the notion of going out to the last entry
(because time is theoretically infinite). So you can look out
5 years (that's the max).
(:pmcal cals=PmCal caltype=text locale=en_GB monthsahead=60 expire=true reverse=true:)
Here's the first example again, this time assuming that locales
are broken. So you can manually select the formatting of the
date using textdatefmt.
(:pmcal cals=PmCal caltype=text stopafter=10 expire=true monthsahead=1 reverse=true textdatefmt='%d.%m.%y':)
The calendar in full month display but starting at Monday, weekstart=1 (0=Sunday).
(:pmcal cals=PmCal locale=en_GB weekstart=1:)
The calendar in full with Annivesary (ACAL) entries shown.
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