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On 28 Mar 2006, at 21:46, Rob Miller wrote:
assuming that you do actually have a similar "edit.html" browser:page declared, then maybe the problem is with the cmfcalendar layer not being included in your current skin?

Thanks Rob, I think that was the key. CMFDefault declares the cmf skin as default. In order to make my cmfcalendar skin the default I edited CMFDefault/skin/configure.zcml and removed the browser:defaultSkin statement. Then I put one into my CMFCalendar/ skin/configure.zcml.

There has to be a better way, right? People shouldn't have to edit both the CMFDefault and CMFCalendar skin/configure.zcml to pull in the CMFCalendar skin. I'm hoping there is a way to make this happen using my new CMFCalendar views profile for GenericSetup...

jens

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