Display Calendars

Use the Display tab to define which calendar displays in a time-distance cell and whether the calendar displays working and free time using per-day rounding or as exact minutes. Per-day rounding does not show daily free time (e.g., at night).

Ways to access

  • Click in a time-distance view and click the Display tab in the Object Properties pane.


Display a calendar in a time-distance cell

  1. Select which calendar to display in the Calendar list.

  2. Select a display mode for Details for calendar display:

    • Per day (day definitions) -

    • Exactly (time types) -

  3. To change the colors for each display mode, click the Settings button. You can also deactivate the display of individual colors in this Day Definition Display dialog,

  4. If desired, check the Collapse Day Definition box for any period; applicable days will be hidden.

Note: When you change colors for the display mode, they are changed for all calendars.

Display calendar breaks for activities in a different line style

  1. Confirm that non-working time (holidays or weekends are displayed (see above)).

  2. In the menu, select Tools > Options > Activity tab and ...the Non-working_line_display options for the Activity line.

  3. Click OK.

Display activity breaks at non-working time

Because a calendar is automatically placed on its own calendar layer, simply change the layer order so that the calendar layer is above the activity layer. To avoid completely hiding activities when doing this, make the colors of working times/working days transparent.

  1. In the Object Properties pane > Display tab, check the background color of the calendar for the chosen Display mode. ...

  2. Click the Layer tab and move the Calendar layer above the activity layer using the Move Up and Move Down icons on the right side.