jwnrw wrote:No matter how much detail the calendar editor enters in the description section of the events, that individual members only are able to view the first three lines of the description.
This was a significant problem, but I think it was recently fixed. There is a scroll bar on the description field so that you can see the entire description.
jwnrw wrote:When reserving specific resources for an event, after it has been saved, and if you go back to check out the reservations, it has defaulted to the entire site. This seems to be the case for all
This one is annoying, but doesn't limit what you can do. The event is actually properly saved with the specific resources you chose. You can verify this by having someone without editing permissions look at the event -- they'll see the specific resources listed. Or you can begin the process of creating a conflicting event; when you check for conflicts, you'll see the specific resources listed on the event. So that proves that the specific resources are indeed stored in the database.
It's just that when you go back to edit it, it looks like it uses the entire location. If you save it again, you will indeed now be using the entire location, so be careful about saving such events after editing -- you have to specify the specific resources again.
I've reported this, and I really hope it gets fixed soon.
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