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Line width in schedule view customization

Posted: Wed Aug 26, 2020 4:42 pm
by gael58
Hello!

I have a booking system running for a few years now and want to update from 2.7.8 to last version 2.8.4.
I made some customizations in the css file for the display of the schedules. There were big coding changes (and I'm not an expert in coding) between these 2 version in the coding of the css file and I'm not able to find the right parameters for some line width.
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In the capture, you can see a bold line at the bottom of the reservations and buffers as well as at the right side of the booking/buffers. I would like a normal line (as below "assignement of time slot" box). Which parameter I need to change in the booked.css file?
And I would like to add a normal line below the hours boxes (like under the date box). How can I add that?

And one last question : how does I get the booking title to center vertically in the reservation box like in the ressource name?

Thanks for your help!

Re: Line width in schedule view customization

Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2020 6:19 am
by ozairports
to center the content in the label go to APPLICATION CONFIGURATION menu and under Schedule reservation.label

use this code format: <center>YOUR INFO INSIDE HERE</center>

for example : <center>{name}</center>

Re: Line width in schedule view customization

Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2020 8:59 am
by gael58
ozairports wrote:
Fri Aug 28, 2020 6:19 am
to center the content in the label go to APPLICATION CONFIGURATION menu and under Schedule reservation.label
use this code format: <center>YOUR INFO INSIDE HERE</center>
Unfortunately, this is working for an horizontal centering of the text.
I would like to have a vertically centered text (as for dates and ressource names).

Anyone can help for this and for the change of the line width in the schedule view for reservations and buffers?

Thank you!

Re: Line width in schedule view customization

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2020 8:54 am
by gael58
Can anyone give an indication for theses modifications?

Thank you :)