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    Default Possible to turn off calendar fisheye view?

    Hi,

    I am currently playing around with the 6.0 Beta open source. I noticed the new feature of fisheye under calendar month view. Is it possible to turn off this feature? I didn't see anything under settings or preferences.

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    Surely when it zooms out you can then select another day with appointments. I have not tried yet myself but I bet it will make checking easier without switching views.

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    the problem with month view (without fisheye) is that due to lack of screen real estate common calendar functionality isn't feasible (can't display appt details, can't drag to select a block of time to create an appt, etc). Fish eye fixes these types of problems. Like UXBOD says, you can zoom out and get the entire month view again.
    Sam Khavari

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