Calwidget

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  1. jigsawkilr

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    I saw on here were someone was using this app. It showed a screen shot and the calendar was showing the dates for Christmas eve,Christmas,new years eve and new years day. I installed it on my phone but all is shows is today's date only. How do I set it up to show like the above? I know this sounds weird but that is all I have to go on. Any takers on this one?
     
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    OK, Surely someone can explain to me what I am talking about.LOL
     
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    Try the 3x2 Widget....
     
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    It's the holiday addons in google calendar on your pc. You can find it under the options.
     
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    Thought he might of been using a small widget..
     
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    Using the 2x2 widget. Under the calender the US holidays is checked. IDK
     
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    Yeah, you have to add them to your Google calendar. Calendar.google.com
     
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    Could you be asking about the Agenda Widget in the Market? With that, you still need to check the setting to show the holidays.
     
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    Thanks for everyones help. However I noticed it was due for an update and once updated now all is good in droid land. (for now)