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Old 01-20-2007, 02:30 AM   #1
gub
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remove week numbers from date navigator in kontact


As of default install the "date navigator" window in Kontact's Calendar did not display the week's number to the left side, but after altering to allow resource birthdays and holidays to be displayed it is there. The problem is, now the calendar navigation portion is smaller, and I keep clicking on the number when I want to click on the day and get put in week view, also the numerical value is useless information to me and can click on "week view" button if i want the view. I am thinking that there must be some way to disable it, but haven't yet discovered it in documentation or google; any help much appreciated.

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