This page allows to configure individual schedule. Every user gets automatically assigned all classes for which he is enroled. This classes can not be removed. They can be only hidden if we not plan to attend to them.
Command: English, allows to add english language class to individual schedule.
Command: New allows to add arbitrary classes to the individual schedule. To do this it is necessary to provide personaly selected code, room, select type, parity of the week, day of the week, hour and length of the class.
Remaining commands allow to display the schedule in different formats: HTML, PNG, PDF.
PDF format is supposed to be used to print the schedule. It covers whole semester including preceding and following weeks. Each week is printed on a separate page. This way it is easy to select weeks for printing and possibly arrange 2, 4, 6, 9 weeks per page.
Next command Mode allows to define a method used to show the schedule on the individual page: HTML, PNG, mini PNG, no display. Additionaly it is possible to choose number of displayed days: 5, 7, 14 and to extend range of hours to include also those hours in which no classes are delivered.
|Help||A link to the help page|
|Execute||Executes a command.|
|Delete||Allows to delete a class.|
|EReS||Indicates that you are enrolled to this class. Such class can not be deleted. It is only possible to hide it.|
|Hide||This button allows to hide a class.|
|Show||This button shows back hidden class.|
Picture below shows how the schedule can be prezented to the user.
The schedule can contain conflicts eg. two or more classes scheduled at the same time. In such a case the program will split day columns into necessary number of subcolumns. For esthetical reasons number of subcolumns will be kept the same for all days. The conflict is additionally signaled by red color in the colmn separating days located on the left to the conflicting classes.
Conflicts schould be resolved by removing some classes or by hiding unnecessary ones.
Eg. The user will get all possible laboratory dates which are assigned to the class on which he is enrolled. But the user will attend to only one of them, so remaining classes should be hidden.