Poppy comes home

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  1. CBesteman

    CBesteman Registered Users

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    Our little Poppy comes home today - our adventure begins.....
     
  2. Oberon

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    Re: Poppy comes home

    Oo - how exciting!!! :D :D :D
     
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    Re: Poppy comes home

    Not sure I have the knack of this yet. I was trying to make a calender event for the 26th April (for when poppy comes home) this doesn't seem to have worked.

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    ;D I did think that you weren't getting her just yet.... ;D
     
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    Re: Poppy comes home

    [quote author=CBesteman link=topic=4923.msg61547#msg61547 date=1395091898]
    Not sure I have the knack of this yet. I was trying to make a calender event for the 26th April (for when poppy comes home) this doesn't seem to have worked.

    Cx
    [/quote]

    I can see an entry on the calendar for 26th April (not looked before - don't know if it does anything apart from sit there until you look though :) )
     
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    I just did a test of it and managed to add an event on the 22nd March.

    I don't know what else it might do though. I'll add a test event for tomorrow and we'll see if it does anything! :)
     
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    Re: Poppy comes home

    I've put in an event for the 18th March titled 'Calendar test'. We'll see what it does.

    Putting in a calendar entry obviously seems to list the event and also start a new thread in the Events subforum...
     

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