Managing Calendar view does not display

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cabrooksby
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Managing Calendar view does not display

Postby cabrooksby » Sun Aug 07, 2011 8:58 pm

The Managing Calendar display does not display. So I can not manage the calendars that have been created, or edit the Approvers associated with them. What is wrong? I am using Internet Explorer 9 on a Win7 system. Is there a browser issue with the new calendar system?

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Postby russellhltn » Sun Aug 07, 2011 9:44 pm

Works fine for me, IE9, Win7-64.
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Postby cabrooksby » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:09 pm

I am still having problems. It works on my Iphone with Safari (just slow!!). It works on my work computer with Win7-64 also (I believe I am using IE8 there?!). But when I try it on my home computer, it locks up the dispay of IE and I just have to kill the window. Sometimes, and I mean sometimes, it will start to display the managed calendars, but then locks up still.

Is there some other reason it would be doing this?? Like the Norton Security Suite interfering? Or something? Would like to get this solved, as I mainly manage the calendar system from my home computer. I am a Stake Clerk and so am on this system a lot! Thanks.

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Postby russellhltn » Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:28 pm

You might check that all your programs are up to date and disable any browser add-ons you don't use.

From what you've said, it appears to be an issue with that computer. I'm not sure what else to suggest other then just try different things.
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Postby aebrown » Tue Aug 09, 2011 3:56 am

cabrooksby wrote:Is there some other reason it would be doing this?? Like the Norton Security Suite interfering? Or something? Would like to get this solved, as I mainly manage the calendar system from my home computer. I am a Stake Clerk and so am on this system a lot! Thanks.


I know that many people have strong browser preferences, but as a temporary workaround, you might consider installing a different browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari, so that you can use that browser for your Calendar work. That will create some inefficiencies as you switch to a different browser for some tasks, but at least it will allow you to do the Calendar work you need to get done at home.
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Postby cabrooksby » Sat Aug 20, 2011 9:51 pm

I switched to Google Chrome and it works fine. I have also seen that with IE that the Descriptions field when looking at the details of an event does not scroll. But in Google Chrome it does. Google Chrome works way faster in everything dealing with the new calendar system. I tried this on my netbook computer and am seeing the same thing with IE and Google Chrome. So is there something in the new programming that IE does not like? Is anyone else seeing these effects?

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Postby sharonlower » Tue Sep 06, 2011 4:11 pm

[INDENT]Need to UPDATE YOUR Datebase to sync with IPHONE and IPADS
Calendars don't show description updates
I work on my computer at home NOT on IPAD or LAPTOP
Stake Presidency is just as frustrated
[/INDENT]


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