Calendar not working properly?

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    Calendar not working properly?

    Is seems the calculator cannot go past December '06 . . . is there any way to fix this?

    It's not a Y2K bug, it's a Y2006 bug!

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    Which calendar?
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    I'm pretty sure he means the forum calendar. We can't do anything about other ones.

    It most certainly can go past December 2006. Did you try going to Monthly View and clicking on November 2006? Because it works for me. The previous month and the next month are shown in the bottom left-hand corner.

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    I'm pretty sure he means the forum calendar.
    Amazing, I never noticed it. Gah.
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    Yeah. Near the bottom (again) you can choose between the private and public calendars. I'm not sure how the public calendar is updated, but it might only exist for archiving purposes (knowing when people joined, their birthdays, how old threads are, the last board upgrade, etc.) and might not be accurate (with regards to today, at least - you can still go forward in time). But the private one always is, and it's the one you should use: that's why the timestamps are usually accurate.

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