Opened 6 years ago

Closed 12 months ago

# Add visual calendar elements that span multiple days

Reported by: Owned by: anonymous Steffen Hoffmann normal WikiTicketCalendarMacro normal Gantt mattmgm@… 0.12

### Description

This is a very cool plugin, but I was hoping to tie it into tracjsganttplugin and other plugins, as well as use tickets to indicate e.g., vacations.

To that effect, it would be extremely useful to add a start date as well as the due/finish date and have this visually represented on the calendar.

### comment:1 in reply to:  description Changed 6 years ago by Steffen Hoffmann

Keywords: Gantt added Calendar that spans multiple days → Add visual calendar elements that span multiple days

Thanks for your interest in this code.

... To that effect, it would be extremely useful to add a start date as well as the due/finish date and have this visually represented on the calendar.

I see. Please acknowledge, that historically both calendar macros are more aiming at easy wiki docs navigation. The former ticket calendar fork (WikiTicketCalendarMacro) adds links to milestones and tickets. Lately I added some fancy tests with graphically result representation. Your suggestion might be in line - pushing the calendar(s) beyond what they've been ever meant to be and look like before.

Well, the ticket (create)time is already available as an option: rendered in blue, if requested. But there is no graphical connection yet. I've been fighting clutter in the WikiTicketCalendarMacro by adding a "condensed" mode (ticket numbers only). Putting (much) more bars than just due milestones would go into the opposite direction. Do you have a sketch to show the look you envision for this feature?

And beware, that Gantt may look like a simple overlay of a calendar with bars, but technically there is a lot more behind. Because vertical alignment at least within a row (= week) would be a requirement as I guess, rendering just cell-by-cell as we do today won't work anymore. This increases table build calculations by some magnitudes. A rather complex task. Do you have some code to show feasibility of the enhancement, or do you plan to contribute such "real code" (= patches) in the future?

Hint: If you really care, check-out the trunk branch from wikicalendarmacro repository part. This is the only accepted base for ongoing development since I've merged both macros recently.

### comment:2 Changed 12 months ago by Ryan J Ollos

Resolution: → wontfix new → closed

The plugin is deprecated. Feature requests should be directed to WikiCalendarMacro.

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