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Fri Nov 06, 2015
Update to the homepage right column calendar
As you can see, the calendar on the homepage just became a bit more useful! :)
Hour and channel info are added and take into account your timezone settings just like the rest of the site.
how the typical calendar looked before, and
- how it looks now.
There is a new setting in
to turn off the hour and channel if you don't care about those.
As always - let me know how you find the new feature great, dumb, useful, buggy? Cheers!
comment # 1 by
Imho it's a great improvement! It looks tidy and useful. Also tnx for the option to turn off channel and hour display ;)
One small thing though. The format of Season and Episode number don't match the left watchlist format. The Episode number should always have two digits ;)
comment # 2 by
Right, but it matches the format in the Today's, Tomorrow's .. :)
Most likely the leading zero will go away in the Watchlist as well!
comment # 3 by
The addition of the hour and channel have no benefit for me, but it's tidied up the layout and I like it, definitely prefer the look of that to the old one.
comment # 4 by
I like the old one allot more. It had more charisma. I think it is great if you live in the USA. But for me its all useless information and the important information season and episode number is like a math problem. My mind does weird things when i see it now *g 3x6=18 - 2x7=14 etc...
comment # 5 by
I like new calendar much better but gap between shows is too big
comment # 6 by
Also, I agree with @silverfox that the gap between shows could be narrowed a teeny bit. Apart from that, perfect. :)
comment # 7 by
Like the option to hide the hour and the channel. It makes it more compact. However, once they are hidden they will not show up for the "past" section anymore if you re-enable the option again (minor bug there, at least in chrome).
Also, I would add the leading zero for the episodes. It's more readable when the "x" always stays in the same relative position. I guess something like "1xSpecial" would still be an exception, but you don't read numbers in that case.
comment # 8 by
It's a huge improvement. Now, if you could put it in the center of the page, or on its own page, with one line per episode, it would be a proper weekly (or monthly) TV schedule.
comment # 9 by
I really like this :)
comment # 10 by
I never even noticed it was over there :). I use the text homepage, and now I wish I could have an N number of past days there, where it's front & center and has search links. That'd be way easier than going through episodes page.
comment # 11 by
nice but could it convert airdate to users own timezone and timesetting (24h clock) ?
comment # 12 by
Honestly, I never paid much attention to the right side. Now I find it's useful. Thank you!
comment # 13 by
Thumbs up. Keep up the good work!!
comment # 14 by
I'm probably in the minority here, but that's definitely worse for me.
That list is my primary list, the main focus on the site, and the one I use to download after. You've made the episode and season numbers (the most important part of the list) tiny and light, so it's barely visible. Not a fan at all.
comment # 15 by
comment # 16 by
Love this one.
comment # 17 by
very nice would like an option to only turn off the channel information :D
Keep up the good work o/
comment # 18 by
Could we also get an option to remove season and episode number? Then it would probably would not look so bad for me. It is real distracting this way. Or like the front page the option to choose old style and new style?
comment # 19 by
It looks great Santah, many thanks
comment # 20 by
Love it! I can never figure out the time difference properly but now I know for certain when my shows are on and therefore when I can download them. Thank you!
comment # 21 by
Please keep the leading zero everywhere - it's much clearer that way. Thanks.
comment # 22 by
I appreciate the 'local time" -- saves me from playing the timezone game (where is it from? Daylight savings or not? is that + or -? )
comment # 23 by
Narrowed down the gap between shows.
Updated the season/episode format from 3x4 to s3e4. This will be applied throughout the site and can eventually be made customizable through the settings.
Let me know how you like the new format!
comment # 24 by
I'm for the 3x04 format.s3e4 looks weird.
comment # 25 by
Always leading zeros :(.
comment # 26 by
Can you at least make the numbers black instead of grey, so that they're actually legible?
comment # 27 by
Definitely want the option to change s3e4 back to 3x04, I really dislike the former. Thanks for all your hard work though santah :D
comment # 28 by
@ArniVidar made it much darker. Not black, but should be perfectly legible.
Settings for season/episode formatting are coming right up ...
comment # 29 by
Buggy thing: stuff is showing up with 12 AM instead of PM with my Timezone set to GMT +11 (AEDST). I know the shows air in the middle of the day so it must just be anything that airs at 12 is coming up with AM instead of PM.
comment # 30 by
Come on, fix the timetable problem already! all the shows are one day off - like, all sunday shows are shown to air on monday and so on. I don't know whats up with your PM AM problem but it's been too long, Time to fix it.
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