For obvious reasons, Current Day options are only available for daily templates.
None of the other date contained in the same 2-page spread will be highlighted.
As can be seen in the example on the right, with the default options, the bold+magenta formatting is only applied to Friday's date, and not to the Saturday and Sunday dates that are also present on that 2-page spread (the yellow highlight is added for the sake of clarity, but is not due to the MiniCalendar settings used here).
The results obtained using the default options are rarely the desired ones.
Therefore, additional current day visibility options are almost always used in Current Day MiniCalendar options.
Based on the 6th page of a 7 days on 6 pages template (the one with Friday on the left fifth page, and Saturday and Sunday on the right sixth page), the additional current day visibility mini-calendar options would give the following sample results:
Use this option to apply the Current Day font formatting to all dates of the current spread (ie. the 2 pages facing the reader at any time).
In the case of a daily grid, this could be a period of 2 days, in the case of a 2 days on 2 pages diary, or 3 days in the case of pge 6 of a 7 days on 6 pages.
This option, which is only enabled if the All dates of spread, above, is turned on, specifies that only the date of the current page should use the Current Day font formatting.
This option, which is only enabled if the All dates of spread, above, is turned on, determines if the specified font attributes should also applied to any outside days which may be part of the current spread/page selection of dates.
Recall that this setting only determines if the specified font attributes will be applied to any visible outside days, but it is the outside days set of options which determine if a given outside day will be visible or not.
To get that result, you would:
1.turn on the All dates of spread option
2.in the font attributes dialog, set the font color to white
Topic 107095, last updated on 02-Mar-2023