So I just add this key to the current list:
The above idea was great but it caused an additional "?" to appear after Calendar. So while Nuke ignored variables following it, so did Calendar. Don't ask me why, but I originally coded a multi-calendar display for 1x1 (one rows of one calendar). Okkkk .. so .. I changed it to a normal calendar, whose navbar I noticed already passes variables correctly. Problem solved.
However, the filter plugin didn't do so, but I found that the following line added to the drop-down form works like a charm:
<input type="hidden" name="name" value="Calendar">
I now have the Calendar doing exactly what I want it to do .... for now.
Last edited by wakalapi; 11-11-2005 at 06:03 AM.