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Layout settings control the visual layout of your calendar and allow you to customise a range of calendar elements, such as the times displayed, whether or not weekends are shown, the default view type, and much more. 

To access the layout settings for your calendar, click the (three dots) icon in the top left of the calendar.


Timespan

The Timespan setting allows you to set the time intervals displayed on your calendar (5,10,15, 20, 30 or 60 minutes).

Common Intervals

Most clients use either a 15 or 30 minute interval. 

  1. Click the Timespan drop-down list.
  2. Select the preferred time interval.
  3. Click Save.

Time visible from and time visible to

The Time Visible From and Time Visible To settings allow you to choose the start and finish times of your calendar view.

  1. Enter a start time into the Time Visible From box.
  2. Enter a finish time into the Time Visible To box.
  3. Click Save.

Times can also be entered in 24 hour time, e.g 0600.

First scroll hour

The First Scroll Hour setting allows you to choose the time your calendar will automatically scroll to when you first open and view the calendar.

  1. Select the First Scroll Hour from the drop-down list.

    The times in the list are displayed in 24 hour time.
  2. Click Save.

First day of the week

The First Day of the Week setting allows you to choose the day your calendar will start from. You can choose any day of the week, or you can opt for your calendar to always start at 'today' or 'yesterday'.

  1. Select your preferred start day from the First Day of Week drop-down list.
  2. Click Save.

Show All-Day Slot

If you've added special calendars such as Public Holidays or Industry RDOs, the All-Day slot is helpful and frees up your calendar, as these events will be shown as a header to your calendar, as opposed to taking up the full height of the column.

The All-Day slot is only applicable to time-based views.

Using All-Day slot:

Not using All-Day slot:

Show weekends

The Show Weekends checkbox allows you to include or exclude weekends in your calendar view.

  1. Click the Show Weekends checkbox to include weekends in your calendar view.
  2. Click Save.

Calendar height

The Calendar Height setting allows you to adjust the height of the calendar according to your monitor size. You may need to try a few sizes to get the best fit for your screen.

  1. Type your preferred height into the Calendar Height field.
  2. Click Save.
  3. Readjust the height as required by repeating steps 1 and 2.

Content height

The Content Height setting allows you to adjust the height from the resource names in the calendar to the bottom of the calendar.

  1. Type your preferred height into the Content Height field.
  2. Click Save.
  3. Readjust as required by repeating steps 1 and 2.

If you leave the default content height set to zero, AroFlo will apply a default content height.

Minimum resource width

The Minimum Resource Width setting allows you to adjust the width of the resource columns in your calendar.

  1. Type your preferred width into the Minimum Resource Width field.
  2. Click Save.
  3. Readjust as required by repeating steps 1 and 2.

Resource view column width

The Resource View Column Width option controls the width of the columns that appear when you are using any of the views under the  Resource view type.  

  1. Type your preferred width into the Resource View Column Width field.
  2. Click Save.
  3. Readjust as required by repeating steps 1 and 2.

Default view type

The Default View Type setting allows you to select a standard calendar view that will be displayed each time you open the calendar.

  1. Select your preferred calendar view from the Default View Type drop-down list.
  2. Click Save.
Feature access

Parts of this feature are included in AroFloGo.

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