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Calendar question
#1
Is there a way to access the entire this day in PG calendar?
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#2
Not at present.

EDIT - ok, I misunderstood the original question. Larry, are you looking for something like a table where each row is a date (1/1 to 12/31) and contains every scenario on that date?
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#3
Just trying to see in advance what occurred on a specific date. In 21 days I begin exile from the office, and spend the rest of my days rolling dice in a carefully crafted Man-Cave.
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#4
Plus, it'd be nice to type in a specific date and find out what scenarios happened then.  Say, for example, you have plans to meet with another player for some ftf on the upcoming Saturday and want to play a scenario on its anniversary.  Or, type in your birthday and find out what happened on that date.
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#5
Ok, so what's being requested in adjusting the date search to allow YYYY-MM-DD or MM-DD or MM or DD, etc etc? Got it. Can do!
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#6
Great!
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#7
This has been implemented. Check the date section of Basic Search.
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#8
It took all of 15 minutes to make a spreadsheet. A start time for the search results would have been nice. The search turned up 3-4 database errors too.

Drew, think you might be able to add that sometime?


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#9
Searching by start times has been implemented. Look for it in the same location on the page as date-based searching.

EDIT - Peter, did you mean you wanted search results to display the start time? Or to be able to search by that? I understood your post as the latter meaning but upon re-reading it I can see maybe you meant the former... Huh
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#10
Initially I was thinking of displaying the start times. It would have been a sub-part of sorting in my spreadsheet. That idea was dismissed as being too esoteric. Then I was thinking it would be a good thing thing to search on for when you are looking for those dawn/dusk scenarios. I was also thinking it should be a very low priority feature.
... actually you Americans are probably the most dangerous people in the world. This is because you treat war as a job, and your culture has an excellent work ethic.
-- paraphrased from John Keegan's Fields of Battle

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