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    My 2 Treos let me do it, my Centro let me do it -- it was KILLING ME that my Pre wouldn't let me set the month view as the default in the Calendar. Well, thank heavens [no -- thank Palm!] for the hackability of the built-in Mojo apps! If you'd like your Calendar to start up in month view every time:

    1. root your Pre

    2. on the Pre, BACK UP the file /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs

    3. now edit that same file, replacing every instance of the string "day" (including the quotes) with the string "month" (including the quotes) -- there are seven instances in my Pre's copy of this file

    4. save file; restart LunaSysMgr (or reboot phone)

    *So far* this hack has generated no bugs, but I can't say I've tested as extensively as one might like

    If you want the weekly view to be the default, you can use the string "week" at step #3.
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    This still works in webOS 1.1, although there are now 8 instances of the string to replace. Still have not noticed any side effects.
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    What about all-DAY events? Wouldn't you be changing that into all-month events?
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    No. Take a look at the specific code I'm tweaking; it has nothing to do with event creation; it only has to do with calling up the Day scene when various things happen. I just tweak that code to call the Month scene instead. I have no problem creating All Day Events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewn View Post
    My 2 Treos let me do it, my Centro let me do it -- it was KILLING ME that my Pre wouldn't let me set the month view as the default in the Calendar. Well, thank heavens [no -- thank Palm!] for the hackability of the built-in Mojo apps! If you'd like your Calendar to start up in month view every time:

    1. root your Pre

    2. on the Pre, BACK UP the file /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs

    3. now edit that same file, replacing every instance of the string "day" (including the quotes) with the string "month" (including the quotes) -- there are seven instances in my Pre's copy of this file

    4. save file; restart LunaSysMgr (or reboot phone)

    *So far* this hack has generated no bugs, but I can't say I've tested as extensively as one might like

    If you want the weekly view to be the default, you can use the string "week" at step #3.
    Thanks! Worked like a charm... It's one of those things that isn't a big deal but nonetheless annoying..
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    "SEARCH AND YOU WILL FIND!" Thanx dude! I will absolutely root and mod that (when I get the stones).

    I'd like to see a "year" view that has every month a different color and upon launch centers on your current date/week, needless to say scrollable!

    Thoughts?
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    Thanks!!! The calendar app is great, but starting in the day view drove me nuts. I don't usually forget appointments, I do however tend to over schedule. The first thing I want to do is see when I have time available for the month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewn View Post
    My 2 Treos let me do it, my Centro let me do it -- it was KILLING ME that my Pre wouldn't let me set the month view as the default in the Calendar. Well, thank heavens [no -- thank Palm!] for the hackability of the built-in Mojo apps! If you'd like your Calendar to start up in month view every time:

    1. root your Pre

    2. on the Pre, BACK UP the file /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs

    3. now edit that same file, replacing every instance of the string "day" (including the quotes) with the string "month" (including the quotes) -- there are seven instances in my Pre's copy of this file

    4. save file; restart LunaSysMgr (or reboot phone)

    *So far* this hack has generated no bugs, but I can't say I've tested as extensively as one might like

    If you want the weekly view to be the default, you can use the string "week" at step #3.
    i dont know how i am suppose to do this.. the instructions arent clear enough for me.

    do i put it in the sudo su or sudo i?

    after that do i use cd/usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs? $putting$ $it$ $with$ $and$ $without$ $the$ $cd$ $at$ $the$ $beginning$ $didnt$ $work$

    please help. thank you
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    do: cd /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs

    You have to have a space between cd and /
    Still happily rooting my launch 6/6/09 Pre!
    (and my wife's)
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    uugghhh...
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    can some body help me ..please...!!!! i can't do it...=its says, denied
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webby_s View Post
    do: cd /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs

    You have to have a space between cd and /
    first change to the directory:
    cd /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/

    then edit the:
    app-assistant.jsjsjs $file$.

    or edit the file from wherever you are, just don't put in the cd / command:
    ex. vi /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.calendar/app/controllers/app-assistant.jsjsjs
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    would love to see this added to WebOSQuickInstall
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    Quote Originally Posted by samid View Post
    would love to see this added to WebOSQuickInstall
    Ditto
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    There is a patch on Preware for this, and I believe you can get this patch on WOSQI by going to one of the feeds buttons. It should be under the webos-internals feed.
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    ok need some help. I installed this patch and now i can't remove it, and the view doesn't work. Any ideas????

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