Talk:Shows calendar

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I tried my own advice (in Category talk:Shows) to make the page required by the Shows calendar into a redirect page, with strange results -- I made a redirect from Shows calendar/Calendar "Shows calendar" (4-2-2008) - Event 1 to the Philadelphia, PA: 2008-04-02 show, and now that entry reads, "Set List" (the heading of the first subsection of the Philly show page) -- hm. Also, the Year select doesn't let me go back to 2007 -- I have to try to change the month, stop the page from loading, and manually edit "2008" to "2007". (Once I'm in the past, I can use the arrow tabs on the year to move backwards, but once I get to 2008 I can't move back.) --Bry 01:26, 5 April 2008 (EDT)

Managed to fix this, turns out there's a way to set the start year. For now, it's set to 2006. --Agent Lex (talk - contribs) 13:05, 6 April 2008 (EDT)
Can you change that? I've made as detailed a list as I can of JoCo appearances, and the earliest is an appearance in a Little Gray Books lecture from 2001.Zhinz 20:49, 24 April 2008 (EDT)
Wow, 2001? Okay, it's set to go back that far now. Not sure how we'll handle LGB(T) lectures though. --Lex (talk - contribs) 02:58, 25 April 2008 (EDT)

I stuck another heading at the top, simply "Philadelphia, PA" and got... well, you can see. Now *both* headings are on the calendar! Weirdness. --Agent Lex (talk - contribs) 19:27, 5 April 2008 (EDT)

Brilliant fail for me -- I tried making "Set List" a smaller subheading by putting another equals sign (===Set List===), but now the second entry on the calendar reads "=Set List". Earlier I tried turning the redirect page Shows calendar/Calendar "Shows calendar" (4-2-2008) - Event 1 into a page with the first heading a link to the Philly show: ==Philadelphia, PA: 2008-04-02== and got "[[Philadelphia..." --Bry 20:01, 5 April 2008 (EDT)

I've probably thoroughly broken this calendar in the long run, but via another code adjust I got it working - it now only takes the first == header of the article. We just have to make sure that the first header is always the name of the show location. --Agent Lex (talk - contribs) 12:18, 6 April 2008 (EDT)