Update fullcalendar to 3.7.0 and remove the translations for jQuery datetime. Should fix T50.
authorAndreas Boehler <andreas@aboehler.at>
Fri, 24 Nov 2017 22:44:50 +0100
changeset 100 4aeddad04e3b
parent 99 fba5a06844d8
child 101 851026a13c75
Update fullcalendar to 3.7.0 and remove the translations for jQuery datetime. Should fix T50.
all.css
fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.less
fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.print.less
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/af.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-dz.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-ly.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-ma.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-sa.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar-tn.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ar.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/bg.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ca.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/cs.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/da.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/de-at.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/de.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/el.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-au.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-ca.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-gb.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-ie.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/en-nz.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/es-do.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/es.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/eu.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fa.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fi.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fr-ca.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fr-ch.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/fr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/gl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/he.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/hi.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/hr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/hu.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/id.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/is.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/it.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ja.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/kk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ko.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/lb.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/lt.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/lv.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/mk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ms-my.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ms.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nb.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nl-be.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/nn.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/pl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/pt-br.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/pt.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ro.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/ru.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sr-cyrl.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/sv.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/th.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/tr.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/uk.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/vi.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/zh-cn.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/locale/zh-tw.js
fullcalendar-3.2.0/moment.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/fullcalendar.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/fullcalendar.less
fullcalendar-3.7.0/fullcalendar.print.less
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/af.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar-dz.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar-kw.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar-ly.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar-ma.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar-sa.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar-tn.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ar.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/bg.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/bn.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ca.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/cs.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/da.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/de-at.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/de-ch.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/de.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/el.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/en-au.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/en-ca.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/en-gb.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/en-ie.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/en-nz.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/es-do.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/es-us.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/es.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/et.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/eu.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/fa.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/fi.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/fr-ca.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/fr-ch.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/fr.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/gl.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/he.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/hi.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/hr.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/hu.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/id.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/is.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/it.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ja.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/kk.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ko.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/lb.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/lt.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/lv.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/mk.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ms-my.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ms.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/nb.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/nl-be.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/nl.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/nn.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/pl.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/pt-br.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/pt.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ro.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/ru.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/sk.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/sl.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/sq.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/sr-cyrl.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/sr.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/sv.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/th.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/tl-ph.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/tr.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/uk.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/vi.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/zh-cn.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/locale/zh-tw.js
fullcalendar-3.7.0/moment.js
print.css
script.js
--- a/all.css	Wed Nov 15 18:53:51 2017 +0100
+++ b/all.css	Fri Nov 24 22:44:50 2017 +0100
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-@import "fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.less";
+@import "fullcalendar-3.7.0/fullcalendar.less";
 @import "datetimepicker-2.4.5/jquery.datetimepicker.less";
 
 
--- a/fullcalendar-3.2.0/fullcalendar.js	Wed Nov 15 18:53:51 2017 +0100
+++ /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,14599 +0,0 @@
-/*!
- * FullCalendar v3.2.0
- * Docs & License: https://fullcalendar.io/
- * (c) 2017 Adam Shaw
- */
-
-(function(factory) {
-	if (typeof define === 'function' && define.amd) {
-		define([ 'jquery', 'moment' ], factory);
-	}
-	else if (typeof exports === 'object') { // Node/CommonJS
-		module.exports = factory(require('jquery'), require('moment'));
-	}
-	else {
-		factory(jQuery, moment);
-	}
-})(function($, moment) {
-
-;;
-
-var FC = $.fullCalendar = {
-	version: "3.2.0",
-	// When introducing internal API incompatibilities (where fullcalendar plugins would break),
-	// the minor version of the calendar should be upped (ex: 2.7.2 -> 2.8.0)
-	// and the below integer should be incremented.
-	internalApiVersion: 8
-};
-var fcViews = FC.views = {};
-
-
-$.fn.fullCalendar = function(options) {
-	var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1); // for a possible method call
-	var res = this; // what this function will return (this jQuery object by default)
-
-	this.each(function(i, _element) { // loop each DOM element involved
-		var element = $(_element);
-		var calendar = element.data('fullCalendar'); // get the existing calendar object (if any)
-		var singleRes; // the returned value of this single method call
-
-		// a method call
-		if (typeof options === 'string') {
-			if (calendar && $.isFunction(calendar[options])) {
-				singleRes = calendar[options].apply(calendar, args);
-				if (!i) {
-					res = singleRes; // record the first method call result
-				}
-				if (options === 'destroy') { // for the destroy method, must remove Calendar object data
-					element.removeData('fullCalendar');
-				}
-			}
-		}
-		// a new calendar initialization
-		else if (!calendar) { // don't initialize twice
-			calendar = new Calendar(element, options);
-			element.data('fullCalendar', calendar);
-			calendar.render();
-		}
-	});
-
-	return res;
-};
-
-
-var complexOptions = [ // names of options that are objects whose properties should be combined
-	'header',
-	'footer',
-	'buttonText',
-	'buttonIcons',
-	'themeButtonIcons'
-];
-
-
-// Merges an array of option objects into a single object
-function mergeOptions(optionObjs) {
-	return mergeProps(optionObjs, complexOptions);
-}
-
-;;
-
-// exports
-FC.intersectRanges = intersectRanges;
-FC.applyAll = applyAll;
-FC.debounce = debounce;
-FC.isInt = isInt;
-FC.htmlEscape = htmlEscape;
-FC.cssToStr = cssToStr;
-FC.proxy = proxy;
-FC.capitaliseFirstLetter = capitaliseFirstLetter;
-
-
-/* FullCalendar-specific DOM Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-// Given the scrollbar widths of some other container, create borders/margins on rowEls in order to match the left
-// and right space that was offset by the scrollbars. A 1-pixel border first, then margin beyond that.
-function compensateScroll(rowEls, scrollbarWidths) {
-	if (scrollbarWidths.left) {
-		rowEls.css({
-			'border-left-width': 1,
-			'margin-left': scrollbarWidths.left - 1
-		});
-	}
-	if (scrollbarWidths.right) {
-		rowEls.css({
-			'border-right-width': 1,
-			'margin-right': scrollbarWidths.right - 1
-		});
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Undoes compensateScroll and restores all borders/margins
-function uncompensateScroll(rowEls) {
-	rowEls.css({
-		'margin-left': '',
-		'margin-right': '',
-		'border-left-width': '',
-		'border-right-width': ''
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Make the mouse cursor express that an event is not allowed in the current area
-function disableCursor() {
-	$('body').addClass('fc-not-allowed');
-}
-
-
-// Returns the mouse cursor to its original look
-function enableCursor() {
-	$('body').removeClass('fc-not-allowed');
-}
-
-
-// Given a total available height to fill, have `els` (essentially child rows) expand to accomodate.
-// By default, all elements that are shorter than the recommended height are expanded uniformly, not considering
-// any other els that are already too tall. if `shouldRedistribute` is on, it considers these tall rows and 
-// reduces the available height.
-function distributeHeight(els, availableHeight, shouldRedistribute) {
-
-	// *FLOORING NOTE*: we floor in certain places because zoom can give inaccurate floating-point dimensions,
-	// and it is better to be shorter than taller, to avoid creating unnecessary scrollbars.
-
-	var minOffset1 = Math.floor(availableHeight / els.length); // for non-last element
-	var minOffset2 = Math.floor(availableHeight - minOffset1 * (els.length - 1)); // for last element *FLOORING NOTE*
-	var flexEls = []; // elements that are allowed to expand. array of DOM nodes
-	var flexOffsets = []; // amount of vertical space it takes up
-	var flexHeights = []; // actual css height
-	var usedHeight = 0;
-
-	undistributeHeight(els); // give all elements their natural height
-
-	// find elements that are below the recommended height (expandable).
-	// important to query for heights in a single first pass (to avoid reflow oscillation).
-	els.each(function(i, el) {
-		var minOffset = i === els.length - 1 ? minOffset2 : minOffset1;
-		var naturalOffset = $(el).outerHeight(true);
-
-		if (naturalOffset < minOffset) {
-			flexEls.push(el);
-			flexOffsets.push(naturalOffset);
-			flexHeights.push($(el).height());
-		}
-		else {
-			// this element stretches past recommended height (non-expandable). mark the space as occupied.
-			usedHeight += naturalOffset;
-		}
-	});
-
-	// readjust the recommended height to only consider the height available to non-maxed-out rows.
-	if (shouldRedistribute) {
-		availableHeight -= usedHeight;
-		minOffset1 = Math.floor(availableHeight / flexEls.length);
-		minOffset2 = Math.floor(availableHeight - minOffset1 * (flexEls.length - 1)); // *FLOORING NOTE*
-	}
-
-	// assign heights to all expandable elements
-	$(flexEls).each(function(i, el) {
-		var minOffset = i === flexEls.length - 1 ? minOffset2 : minOffset1;
-		var naturalOffset = flexOffsets[i];
-		var naturalHeight = flexHeights[i];
-		var newHeight = minOffset - (naturalOffset - naturalHeight); // subtract the margin/padding
-
-		if (naturalOffset < minOffset) { // we check this again because redistribution might have changed things
-			$(el).height(newHeight);
-		}
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Undoes distrubuteHeight, restoring all els to their natural height
-function undistributeHeight(els) {
-	els.height('');
-}
-
-
-// Given `els`, a jQuery set of <td> cells, find the cell with the largest natural width and set the widths of all the
-// cells to be that width.
-// PREREQUISITE: if you want a cell to take up width, it needs to have a single inner element w/ display:inline
-function matchCellWidths(els) {
-	var maxInnerWidth = 0;
-
-	els.find('> *').each(function(i, innerEl) {
-		var innerWidth = $(innerEl).outerWidth();
-		if (innerWidth > maxInnerWidth) {
-			maxInnerWidth = innerWidth;
-		}
-	});
-
-	maxInnerWidth++; // sometimes not accurate of width the text needs to stay on one line. insurance
-
-	els.width(maxInnerWidth);
-
-	return maxInnerWidth;
-}
-
-
-// Given one element that resides inside another,
-// Subtracts the height of the inner element from the outer element.
-function subtractInnerElHeight(outerEl, innerEl) {
-	var both = outerEl.add(innerEl);
-	var diff;
-
-	// effin' IE8/9/10/11 sometimes returns 0 for dimensions. this weird hack was the only thing that worked
-	both.css({
-		position: 'relative', // cause a reflow, which will force fresh dimension recalculation
-		left: -1 // ensure reflow in case the el was already relative. negative is less likely to cause new scroll
-	});
-	diff = outerEl.outerHeight() - innerEl.outerHeight(); // grab the dimensions
-	both.css({ position: '', left: '' }); // undo hack
-
-	return diff;
-}
-
-
-/* Element Geom Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-FC.getOuterRect = getOuterRect;
-FC.getClientRect = getClientRect;
-FC.getContentRect = getContentRect;
-FC.getScrollbarWidths = getScrollbarWidths;
-
-
-// borrowed from https://github.com/jquery/jquery-ui/blob/1.11.0/ui/core.js#L51
-function getScrollParent(el) {
-	var position = el.css('position'),
-		scrollParent = el.parents().filter(function() {
-			var parent = $(this);
-			return (/(auto|scroll)/).test(
-				parent.css('overflow') + parent.css('overflow-y') + parent.css('overflow-x')
-			);
-		}).eq(0);
-
-	return position === 'fixed' || !scrollParent.length ? $(el[0].ownerDocument || document) : scrollParent;
-}
-
-
-// Queries the outer bounding area of a jQuery element.
-// Returns a rectangle with absolute coordinates: left, right (exclusive), top, bottom (exclusive).
-// Origin is optional.
-function getOuterRect(el, origin) {
-	var offset = el.offset();
-	var left = offset.left - (origin ? origin.left : 0);
-	var top = offset.top - (origin ? origin.top : 0);
-
-	return {
-		left: left,
-		right: left + el.outerWidth(),
-		top: top,
-		bottom: top + el.outerHeight()
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Queries the area within the margin/border/scrollbars of a jQuery element. Does not go within the padding.
-// Returns a rectangle with absolute coordinates: left, right (exclusive), top, bottom (exclusive).
-// Origin is optional.
-// NOTE: should use clientLeft/clientTop, but very unreliable cross-browser.
-function getClientRect(el, origin) {
-	var offset = el.offset();
-	var scrollbarWidths = getScrollbarWidths(el);
-	var left = offset.left + getCssFloat(el, 'border-left-width') + scrollbarWidths.left - (origin ? origin.left : 0);
-	var top = offset.top + getCssFloat(el, 'border-top-width') + scrollbarWidths.top - (origin ? origin.top : 0);
-
-	return {
-		left: left,
-		right: left + el[0].clientWidth, // clientWidth includes padding but NOT scrollbars
-		top: top,
-		bottom: top + el[0].clientHeight // clientHeight includes padding but NOT scrollbars
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Queries the area within the margin/border/padding of a jQuery element. Assumed not to have scrollbars.
-// Returns a rectangle with absolute coordinates: left, right (exclusive), top, bottom (exclusive).
-// Origin is optional.
-function getContentRect(el, origin) {
-	var offset = el.offset(); // just outside of border, margin not included
-	var left = offset.left + getCssFloat(el, 'border-left-width') + getCssFloat(el, 'padding-left') -
-		(origin ? origin.left : 0);
-	var top = offset.top + getCssFloat(el, 'border-top-width') + getCssFloat(el, 'padding-top') -
-		(origin ? origin.top : 0);
-
-	return {
-		left: left,
-		right: left + el.width(),
-		top: top,
-		bottom: top + el.height()
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Returns the computed left/right/top/bottom scrollbar widths for the given jQuery element.
-// NOTE: should use clientLeft/clientTop, but very unreliable cross-browser.
-function getScrollbarWidths(el) {
-	var leftRightWidth = el.innerWidth() - el[0].clientWidth; // the paddings cancel out, leaving the scrollbars
-	var bottomWidth = el.innerHeight() - el[0].clientHeight; // "
-	var widths;
-
-	leftRightWidth = sanitizeScrollbarWidth(leftRightWidth);
-	bottomWidth = sanitizeScrollbarWidth(bottomWidth);
-
-	widths = { left: 0, right: 0, top: 0, bottom: bottomWidth };
-
-	if (getIsLeftRtlScrollbars() && el.css('direction') == 'rtl') { // is the scrollbar on the left side?
-		widths.left = leftRightWidth;
-	}
-	else {
-		widths.right = leftRightWidth;
-	}
-
-	return widths;
-}
-
-
-// The scrollbar width computations in getScrollbarWidths are sometimes flawed when it comes to
-// retina displays, rounding, and IE11. Massage them into a usable value.
-function sanitizeScrollbarWidth(width) {
-	width = Math.max(0, width); // no negatives
-	width = Math.round(width);
-	return width;
-}
-
-
-// Logic for determining if, when the element is right-to-left, the scrollbar appears on the left side
-
-var _isLeftRtlScrollbars = null;
-
-function getIsLeftRtlScrollbars() { // responsible for caching the computation
-	if (_isLeftRtlScrollbars === null) {
-		_isLeftRtlScrollbars = computeIsLeftRtlScrollbars();
-	}
-	return _isLeftRtlScrollbars;
-}
-
-function computeIsLeftRtlScrollbars() { // creates an offscreen test element, then removes it
-	var el = $('<div><div/></div>')
-		.css({
-			position: 'absolute',
-			top: -1000,
-			left: 0,
-			border: 0,
-			padding: 0,
-			overflow: 'scroll',
-			direction: 'rtl'
-		})
-		.appendTo('body');
-	var innerEl = el.children();
-	var res = innerEl.offset().left > el.offset().left; // is the inner div shifted to accommodate a left scrollbar?
-	el.remove();
-	return res;
-}
-
-
-// Retrieves a jQuery element's computed CSS value as a floating-point number.
-// If the queried value is non-numeric (ex: IE can return "medium" for border width), will just return zero.
-function getCssFloat(el, prop) {
-	return parseFloat(el.css(prop)) || 0;
-}
-
-
-/* Mouse / Touch Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-FC.preventDefault = preventDefault;
-
-
-// Returns a boolean whether this was a left mouse click and no ctrl key (which means right click on Mac)
-function isPrimaryMouseButton(ev) {
-	return ev.which == 1 && !ev.ctrlKey;
-}
-
-
-function getEvX(ev) {
-	var touches = ev.originalEvent.touches;
-
-	// on mobile FF, pageX for touch events is present, but incorrect,
-	// so, look at touch coordinates first.
-	if (touches && touches.length) {
-		return touches[0].pageX;
-	}
-
-	return ev.pageX;
-}
-
-
-function getEvY(ev) {
-	var touches = ev.originalEvent.touches;
-
-	// on mobile FF, pageX for touch events is present, but incorrect,
-	// so, look at touch coordinates first.
-	if (touches && touches.length) {
-		return touches[0].pageY;
-	}
-
-	return ev.pageY;
-}
-
-
-function getEvIsTouch(ev) {
-	return /^touch/.test(ev.type);
-}
-
-
-function preventSelection(el) {
-	el.addClass('fc-unselectable')
-		.on('selectstart', preventDefault);
-}
-
-
-function allowSelection(el) {
-	el.removeClass('fc-unselectable')
-		.off('selectstart', preventDefault);
-}
-
-
-// Stops a mouse/touch event from doing it's native browser action
-function preventDefault(ev) {
-	ev.preventDefault();
-}
-
-
-/* General Geometry Utils
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-FC.intersectRects = intersectRects;
-
-// Returns a new rectangle that is the intersection of the two rectangles. If they don't intersect, returns false
-function intersectRects(rect1, rect2) {
-	var res = {
-		left: Math.max(rect1.left, rect2.left),
-		right: Math.min(rect1.right, rect2.right),
-		top: Math.max(rect1.top, rect2.top),
-		bottom: Math.min(rect1.bottom, rect2.bottom)
-	};
-
-	if (res.left < res.right && res.top < res.bottom) {
-		return res;
-	}
-	return false;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a new point that will have been moved to reside within the given rectangle
-function constrainPoint(point, rect) {
-	return {
-		left: Math.min(Math.max(point.left, rect.left), rect.right),
-		top: Math.min(Math.max(point.top, rect.top), rect.bottom)
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Returns a point that is the center of the given rectangle
-function getRectCenter(rect) {
-	return {
-		left: (rect.left + rect.right) / 2,
-		top: (rect.top + rect.bottom) / 2
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Subtracts point2's coordinates from point1's coordinates, returning a delta
-function diffPoints(point1, point2) {
-	return {
-		left: point1.left - point2.left,
-		top: point1.top - point2.top
-	};
-}
-
-
-/* Object Ordering by Field
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-FC.parseFieldSpecs = parseFieldSpecs;
-FC.compareByFieldSpecs = compareByFieldSpecs;
-FC.compareByFieldSpec = compareByFieldSpec;
-FC.flexibleCompare = flexibleCompare;
-
-
-function parseFieldSpecs(input) {
-	var specs = [];
-	var tokens = [];
-	var i, token;
-
-	if (typeof input === 'string') {
-		tokens = input.split(/\s*,\s*/);
-	}
-	else if (typeof input === 'function') {
-		tokens = [ input ];
-	}
-	else if ($.isArray(input)) {
-		tokens = input;
-	}
-
-	for (i = 0; i < tokens.length; i++) {
-		token = tokens[i];
-
-		if (typeof token === 'string') {
-			specs.push(
-				token.charAt(0) == '-' ?
-					{ field: token.substring(1), order: -1 } :
-					{ field: token, order: 1 }
-			);
-		}
-		else if (typeof token === 'function') {
-			specs.push({ func: token });
-		}
-	}
-
-	return specs;
-}
-
-
-function compareByFieldSpecs(obj1, obj2, fieldSpecs) {
-	var i;
-	var cmp;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < fieldSpecs.length; i++) {
-		cmp = compareByFieldSpec(obj1, obj2, fieldSpecs[i]);
-		if (cmp) {
-			return cmp;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return 0;
-}
-
-
-function compareByFieldSpec(obj1, obj2, fieldSpec) {
-	if (fieldSpec.func) {
-		return fieldSpec.func(obj1, obj2);
-	}
-	return flexibleCompare(obj1[fieldSpec.field], obj2[fieldSpec.field]) *
-		(fieldSpec.order || 1);
-}
-
-
-function flexibleCompare(a, b) {
-	if (!a && !b) {
-		return 0;
-	}
-	if (b == null) {
-		return -1;
-	}
-	if (a == null) {
-		return 1;
-	}
-	if ($.type(a) === 'string' || $.type(b) === 'string') {
-		return String(a).localeCompare(String(b));
-	}
-	return a - b;
-}
-
-
-/* FullCalendar-specific Misc Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-// Computes the intersection of the two ranges. Will return fresh date clones in a range.
-// Returns undefined if no intersection.
-// Expects all dates to be normalized to the same timezone beforehand.
-// TODO: move to date section?
-function intersectRanges(subjectRange, constraintRange) {
-	var subjectStart = subjectRange.start;
-	var subjectEnd = subjectRange.end;
-	var constraintStart = constraintRange.start;
-	var constraintEnd = constraintRange.end;
-	var segStart, segEnd;
-	var isStart, isEnd;
-
-	if (subjectEnd > constraintStart && subjectStart < constraintEnd) { // in bounds at all?
-
-		if (subjectStart >= constraintStart) {
-			segStart = subjectStart.clone();
-			isStart = true;
-		}
-		else {
-			segStart = constraintStart.clone();
-			isStart =  false;
-		}
-
-		if (subjectEnd <= constraintEnd) {
-			segEnd = subjectEnd.clone();
-			isEnd = true;
-		}
-		else {
-			segEnd = constraintEnd.clone();
-			isEnd = false;
-		}
-
-		return {
-			start: segStart,
-			end: segEnd,
-			isStart: isStart,
-			isEnd: isEnd
-		};
-	}
-}
-
-
-/* Date Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-FC.computeIntervalUnit = computeIntervalUnit;
-FC.divideRangeByDuration = divideRangeByDuration;
-FC.divideDurationByDuration = divideDurationByDuration;
-FC.multiplyDuration = multiplyDuration;
-FC.durationHasTime = durationHasTime;
-
-var dayIDs = [ 'sun', 'mon', 'tue', 'wed', 'thu', 'fri', 'sat' ];
-var intervalUnits = [ 'year', 'month', 'week', 'day', 'hour', 'minute', 'second', 'millisecond' ];
-
-
-// Diffs the two moments into a Duration where full-days are recorded first, then the remaining time.
-// Moments will have their timezones normalized.
-function diffDayTime(a, b) {
-	return moment.duration({
-		days: a.clone().stripTime().diff(b.clone().stripTime(), 'days'),
-		ms: a.time() - b.time() // time-of-day from day start. disregards timezone
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Diffs the two moments via their start-of-day (regardless of timezone). Produces whole-day durations.
-function diffDay(a, b) {
-	return moment.duration({
-		days: a.clone().stripTime().diff(b.clone().stripTime(), 'days')
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Diffs two moments, producing a duration, made of a whole-unit-increment of the given unit. Uses rounding.
-function diffByUnit(a, b, unit) {
-	return moment.duration(
-		Math.round(a.diff(b, unit, true)), // returnFloat=true
-		unit
-	);
-}
-
-
-// Computes the unit name of the largest whole-unit period of time.
-// For example, 48 hours will be "days" whereas 49 hours will be "hours".
-// Accepts start/end, a range object, or an original duration object.
-function computeIntervalUnit(start, end) {
-	var i, unit;
-	var val;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < intervalUnits.length; i++) {
-		unit = intervalUnits[i];
-		val = computeRangeAs(unit, start, end);
-
-		if (val >= 1 && isInt(val)) {
-			break;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return unit; // will be "milliseconds" if nothing else matches
-}
-
-
-// Computes the number of units (like "hours") in the given range.
-// Range can be a {start,end} object, separate start/end args, or a Duration.
-// Results are based on Moment's .as() and .diff() methods, so results can depend on internal handling
-// of month-diffing logic (which tends to vary from version to version).
-function computeRangeAs(unit, start, end) {
-
-	if (end != null) { // given start, end
-		return end.diff(start, unit, true);
-	}
-	else if (moment.isDuration(start)) { // given duration
-		return start.as(unit);
-	}
-	else { // given { start, end } range object
-		return start.end.diff(start.start, unit, true);
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Intelligently divides a range (specified by a start/end params) by a duration
-function divideRangeByDuration(start, end, dur) {
-	var months;
-
-	if (durationHasTime(dur)) {
-		return (end - start) / dur;
-	}
-	months = dur.asMonths();
-	if (Math.abs(months) >= 1 && isInt(months)) {
-		return end.diff(start, 'months', true) / months;
-	}
-	return end.diff(start, 'days', true) / dur.asDays();
-}
-
-
-// Intelligently divides one duration by another
-function divideDurationByDuration(dur1, dur2) {
-	var months1, months2;
-
-	if (durationHasTime(dur1) || durationHasTime(dur2)) {
-		return dur1 / dur2;
-	}
-	months1 = dur1.asMonths();
-	months2 = dur2.asMonths();
-	if (
-		Math.abs(months1) >= 1 && isInt(months1) &&
-		Math.abs(months2) >= 1 && isInt(months2)
-	) {
-		return months1 / months2;
-	}
-	return dur1.asDays() / dur2.asDays();
-}
-
-
-// Intelligently multiplies a duration by a number
-function multiplyDuration(dur, n) {
-	var months;
-
-	if (durationHasTime(dur)) {
-		return moment.duration(dur * n);
-	}
-	months = dur.asMonths();
-	if (Math.abs(months) >= 1 && isInt(months)) {
-		return moment.duration({ months: months * n });
-	}
-	return moment.duration({ days: dur.asDays() * n });
-}
-
-
-// Returns a boolean about whether the given duration has any time parts (hours/minutes/seconds/ms)
-function durationHasTime(dur) {
-	return Boolean(dur.hours() || dur.minutes() || dur.seconds() || dur.milliseconds());
-}
-
-
-function isNativeDate(input) {
-	return  Object.prototype.toString.call(input) === '[object Date]' || input instanceof Date;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a boolean about whether the given input is a time string, like "06:40:00" or "06:00"
-function isTimeString(str) {
-	return /^\d+\:\d+(?:\:\d+\.?(?:\d{3})?)?$/.test(str);
-}
-
-
-/* Logging and Debug
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-FC.log = function() {
-	var console = window.console;
-
-	if (console && console.log) {
-		return console.log.apply(console, arguments);
-	}
-};
-
-FC.warn = function() {
-	var console = window.console;
-
-	if (console && console.warn) {
-		return console.warn.apply(console, arguments);
-	}
-	else {
-		return FC.log.apply(FC, arguments);
-	}
-};
-
-
-/* General Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var hasOwnPropMethod = {}.hasOwnProperty;
-
-
-// Merges an array of objects into a single object.
-// The second argument allows for an array of property names who's object values will be merged together.
-function mergeProps(propObjs, complexProps) {
-	var dest = {};
-	var i, name;
-	var complexObjs;
-	var j, val;
-	var props;
-
-	if (complexProps) {
-		for (i = 0; i < complexProps.length; i++) {
-			name = complexProps[i];
-			complexObjs = [];
-
-			// collect the trailing object values, stopping when a non-object is discovered
-			for (j = propObjs.length - 1; j >= 0; j--) {
-				val = propObjs[j][name];
-
-				if (typeof val === 'object') {
-					complexObjs.unshift(val);
-				}
-				else if (val !== undefined) {
-					dest[name] = val; // if there were no objects, this value will be used
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-
-			// if the trailing values were objects, use the merged value
-			if (complexObjs.length) {
-				dest[name] = mergeProps(complexObjs);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	// copy values into the destination, going from last to first
-	for (i = propObjs.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
-		props = propObjs[i];
-
-		for (name in props) {
-			if (!(name in dest)) { // if already assigned by previous props or complex props, don't reassign
-				dest[name] = props[name];
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	return dest;
-}
-
-
-// Create an object that has the given prototype. Just like Object.create
-function createObject(proto) {
-	var f = function() {};
-	f.prototype = proto;
-	return new f();
-}
-FC.createObject = createObject;
-
-
-function copyOwnProps(src, dest) {
-	for (var name in src) {
-		if (hasOwnProp(src, name)) {
-			dest[name] = src[name];
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-function hasOwnProp(obj, name) {
-	return hasOwnPropMethod.call(obj, name);
-}
-
-
-// Is the given value a non-object non-function value?
-function isAtomic(val) {
-	return /undefined|null|boolean|number|string/.test($.type(val));
-}
-
-
-function applyAll(functions, thisObj, args) {
-	if ($.isFunction(functions)) {
-		functions = [ functions ];
-	}
-	if (functions) {
-		var i;
-		var ret;
-		for (i=0; i<functions.length; i++) {
-			ret = functions[i].apply(thisObj, args) || ret;
-		}
-		return ret;
-	}
-}
-
-
-function firstDefined() {
-	for (var i=0; i<arguments.length; i++) {
-		if (arguments[i] !== undefined) {
-			return arguments[i];
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-function htmlEscape(s) {
-	return (s + '').replace(/&/g, '&amp;')
-		.replace(/</g, '&lt;')
-		.replace(/>/g, '&gt;')
-		.replace(/'/g, '&#039;')
-		.replace(/"/g, '&quot;')
-		.replace(/\n/g, '<br />');
-}
-
-
-function stripHtmlEntities(text) {
-	return text.replace(/&.*?;/g, '');
-}
-
-
-// Given a hash of CSS properties, returns a string of CSS.
-// Uses property names as-is (no camel-case conversion). Will not make statements for null/undefined values.
-function cssToStr(cssProps) {
-	var statements = [];
-
-	$.each(cssProps, function(name, val) {
-		if (val != null) {
-			statements.push(name + ':' + val);
-		}
-	});
-
-	return statements.join(';');
-}
-
-
-// Given an object hash of HTML attribute names to values,
-// generates a string that can be injected between < > in HTML
-function attrsToStr(attrs) {
-	var parts = [];
-
-	$.each(attrs, function(name, val) {
-		if (val != null) {
-			parts.push(name + '="' + htmlEscape(val) + '"');
-		}
-	});
-
-	return parts.join(' ');
-}
-
-
-function capitaliseFirstLetter(str) {
-	return str.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + str.slice(1);
-}
-
-
-function compareNumbers(a, b) { // for .sort()
-	return a - b;
-}
-
-
-function isInt(n) {
-	return n % 1 === 0;
-}
-
-
-// Returns a method bound to the given object context.
-// Just like one of the jQuery.proxy signatures, but without the undesired behavior of treating the same method with
-// different contexts as identical when binding/unbinding events.
-function proxy(obj, methodName) {
-	var method = obj[methodName];
-
-	return function() {
-		return method.apply(obj, arguments);
-	};
-}
-
-
-// Returns a function, that, as long as it continues to be invoked, will not
-// be triggered. The function will be called after it stops being called for
-// N milliseconds. If `immediate` is passed, trigger the function on the
-// leading edge, instead of the trailing.
-// https://github.com/jashkenas/underscore/blob/1.6.0/underscore.js#L714
-function debounce(func, wait, immediate) {
-	var timeout, args, context, timestamp, result;
-
-	var later = function() {
-		var last = +new Date() - timestamp;
-		if (last < wait) {
-			timeout = setTimeout(later, wait - last);
-		}
-		else {
-			timeout = null;
-			if (!immediate) {
-				result = func.apply(context, args);
-				context = args = null;
-			}
-		}
-	};
-
-	return function() {
-		context = this;
-		args = arguments;
-		timestamp = +new Date();
-		var callNow = immediate && !timeout;
-		if (!timeout) {
-			timeout = setTimeout(later, wait);
-		}
-		if (callNow) {
-			result = func.apply(context, args);
-			context = args = null;
-		}
-		return result;
-	};
-}
-
-;;
-
-/*
-GENERAL NOTE on moments throughout the *entire rest* of the codebase:
-All moments are assumed to be ambiguously-zoned unless otherwise noted,
-with the NOTABLE EXCEOPTION of start/end dates that live on *Event Objects*.
-Ambiguously-TIMED moments are assumed to be ambiguously-zoned by nature.
-*/
-
-var ambigDateOfMonthRegex = /^\s*\d{4}-\d\d$/;
-var ambigTimeOrZoneRegex =
-	/^\s*\d{4}-(?:(\d\d-\d\d)|(W\d\d$)|(W\d\d-\d)|(\d\d\d))((T| )(\d\d(:\d\d(:\d\d(\.\d+)?)?)?)?)?$/;
-var newMomentProto = moment.fn; // where we will attach our new methods
-var oldMomentProto = $.extend({}, newMomentProto); // copy of original moment methods
-
-// tell momentjs to transfer these properties upon clone
-var momentProperties = moment.momentProperties;
-momentProperties.push('_fullCalendar');
-momentProperties.push('_ambigTime');
-momentProperties.push('_ambigZone');
-
-
-// Creating
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// Creates a new moment, similar to the vanilla moment(...) constructor, but with
-// extra features (ambiguous time, enhanced formatting). When given an existing moment,
-// it will function as a clone (and retain the zone of the moment). Anything else will
-// result in a moment in the local zone.
-FC.moment = function() {
-	return makeMoment(arguments);
-};
-
-// Sames as FC.moment, but forces the resulting moment to be in the UTC timezone.
-FC.moment.utc = function() {
-	var mom = makeMoment(arguments, true);
-
-	// Force it into UTC because makeMoment doesn't guarantee it
-	// (if given a pre-existing moment for example)
-	if (mom.hasTime()) { // don't give ambiguously-timed moments a UTC zone
-		mom.utc();
-	}
-
-	return mom;
-};
-
-// Same as FC.moment, but when given an ISO8601 string, the timezone offset is preserved.
-// ISO8601 strings with no timezone offset will become ambiguously zoned.
-FC.moment.parseZone = function() {
-	return makeMoment(arguments, true, true);
-};
-
-// Builds an enhanced moment from args. When given an existing moment, it clones. When given a
-// native Date, or called with no arguments (the current time), the resulting moment will be local.
-// Anything else needs to be "parsed" (a string or an array), and will be affected by:
-//    parseAsUTC - if there is no zone information, should we parse the input in UTC?
-//    parseZone - if there is zone information, should we force the zone of the moment?
-function makeMoment(args, parseAsUTC, parseZone) {
-	var input = args[0];
-	var isSingleString = args.length == 1 && typeof input === 'string';
-	var isAmbigTime;
-	var isAmbigZone;
-	var ambigMatch;
-	var mom;
-
-	if (moment.isMoment(input) || isNativeDate(input) || input === undefined) {
-		mom = moment.apply(null, args);
-	}
-	else { // "parsing" is required
-		isAmbigTime = false;
-		isAmbigZone = false;
-
-		if (isSingleString) {
-			if (ambigDateOfMonthRegex.test(input)) {
-				// accept strings like '2014-05', but convert to the first of the month
-				input += '-01';
-				args = [ input ]; // for when we pass it on to moment's constructor
-				isAmbigTime = true;
-				isAmbigZone = true;
-			}
-			else if ((ambigMatch = ambigTimeOrZoneRegex.exec(input))) {
-				isAmbigTime = !ambigMatch[5]; // no time part?
-				isAmbigZone = true;
-			}
-		}
-		else if ($.isArray(input)) {
-			// arrays have no timezone information, so assume ambiguous zone
-			isAmbigZone = true;
-		}
-		// otherwise, probably a string with a format
-
-		if (parseAsUTC || isAmbigTime) {
-			mom = moment.utc.apply(moment, args);
-		}
-		else {
-			mom = moment.apply(null, args);
-		}
-
-		if (isAmbigTime) {
-			mom._ambigTime = true;
-			mom._ambigZone = true; // ambiguous time always means ambiguous zone
-		}
-		else if (parseZone) { // let's record the inputted zone somehow
-			if (isAmbigZone) {
-				mom._ambigZone = true;
-			}
-			else if (isSingleString) {
-				mom.utcOffset(input); // if not a valid zone, will assign UTC
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	mom._fullCalendar = true; // flag for extended functionality
-
-	return mom;
-}
-
-
-// Week Number
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-// Returns the week number, considering the locale's custom week number calcuation
-// `weeks` is an alias for `week`
-newMomentProto.week = newMomentProto.weeks = function(input) {
-	var weekCalc = this._locale._fullCalendar_weekCalc;
-
-	if (input == null && typeof weekCalc === 'function') { // custom function only works for getter
-		return weekCalc(this);
-	}
-	else if (weekCalc === 'ISO') {
-		return oldMomentProto.isoWeek.apply(this, arguments); // ISO getter/setter
-	}
-
-	return oldMomentProto.week.apply(this, arguments); // local getter/setter
-};
-
-
-// Time-of-day
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// GETTER
-// Returns a Duration with the hours/minutes/seconds/ms values of the moment.
-// If the moment has an ambiguous time, a duration of 00:00 will be returned.
-//
-// SETTER
-// You can supply a Duration, a Moment, or a Duration-like argument.
-// When setting the time, and the moment has an ambiguous time, it then becomes unambiguous.
-newMomentProto.time = function(time) {
-
-	// Fallback to the original method (if there is one) if this moment wasn't created via FullCalendar.
-	// `time` is a generic enough method name where this precaution is necessary to avoid collisions w/ other plugins.
-	if (!this._fullCalendar) {
-		return oldMomentProto.time.apply(this, arguments);
-	}
-
-	if (time == null) { // getter
-		return moment.duration({
-			hours: this.hours(),
-			minutes: this.minutes(),
-			seconds: this.seconds(),
-			milliseconds: this.milliseconds()
-		});
-	}
-	else { // setter
-
-		this._ambigTime = false; // mark that the moment now has a time
-
-		if (!moment.isDuration(time) && !moment.isMoment(time)) {
-			time = moment.duration(time);
-		}
-
-		// The day value should cause overflow (so 24 hours becomes 00:00:00 of next day).
-		// Only for Duration times, not Moment times.
-		var dayHours = 0;
-		if (moment.isDuration(time)) {
-			dayHours = Math.floor(time.asDays()) * 24;
-		}
-
-		// We need to set the individual fields.
-		// Can't use startOf('day') then add duration. In case of DST at start of day.
-		return this.hours(dayHours + time.hours())
-			.minutes(time.minutes())
-			.seconds(time.seconds())
-			.milliseconds(time.milliseconds());
-	}
-};
-
-// Converts the moment to UTC, stripping out its time-of-day and timezone offset,
-// but preserving its YMD. A moment with a stripped time will display no time
-// nor timezone offset when .format() is called.
-newMomentProto.stripTime = function() {
-
-	if (!this._ambigTime) {
-
-		this.utc(true); // keepLocalTime=true (for keeping *date* value)
-
-		// set time to zero
-		this.set({
-			hours: 0,
-			minutes: 0,
-			seconds: 0,
-			ms: 0
-		});
-
-		// Mark the time as ambiguous. This needs to happen after the .utc() call, which might call .utcOffset(),
-		// which clears all ambig flags.
-		this._ambigTime = true;
-		this._ambigZone = true; // if ambiguous time, also ambiguous timezone offset
-	}
-
-	return this; // for chaining
-};
-
-// Returns if the moment has a non-ambiguous time (boolean)
-newMomentProto.hasTime = function() {
-	return !this._ambigTime;
-};
-
-
-// Timezone
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-// Converts the moment to UTC, stripping out its timezone offset, but preserving its
-// YMD and time-of-day. A moment with a stripped timezone offset will display no
-// timezone offset when .format() is called.
-newMomentProto.stripZone = function() {
-	var wasAmbigTime;
-
-	if (!this._ambigZone) {
-
-		wasAmbigTime = this._ambigTime;
-
-		this.utc(true); // keepLocalTime=true (for keeping date and time values)
-
-		// the above call to .utc()/.utcOffset() unfortunately might clear the ambig flags, so restore
-		this._ambigTime = wasAmbigTime || false;
-
-		// Mark the zone as ambiguous. This needs to happen after the .utc() call, which might call .utcOffset(),
-		// which clears the ambig flags.
-		this._ambigZone = true;
-	}
-
-	return this; // for chaining
-};
-
-// Returns of the moment has a non-ambiguous timezone offset (boolean)
-newMomentProto.hasZone = function() {
-	return !this._ambigZone;
-};
-
-
-// implicitly marks a zone
-newMomentProto.local = function(keepLocalTime) {
-
-	// for when converting from ambiguously-zoned to local,
-	// keep the time values when converting from UTC -> local
-	oldMomentProto.local.call(this, this._ambigZone || keepLocalTime);
-
-	// ensure non-ambiguous
-	// this probably already happened via local() -> utcOffset(), but don't rely on Moment's internals
-	this._ambigTime = false;
-	this._ambigZone = false;
-
-	return this; // for chaining
-};
-
-
-// implicitly marks a zone
-newMomentProto.utc = function(keepLocalTime) {
-
-	oldMomentProto.utc.call(this, keepLocalTime);
-
-	// ensure non-ambiguous
-	// this probably already happened via utc() -> utcOffset(), but don't rely on Moment's internals
-	this._ambigTime = false;
-	this._ambigZone = false;
-
-	return this;
-};
-
-
-// implicitly marks a zone (will probably get called upon .utc() and .local())
-newMomentProto.utcOffset = function(tzo) {
-
-	if (tzo != null) { // setter
-		// these assignments needs to happen before the original zone method is called.
-		// I forget why, something to do with a browser crash.
-		this._ambigTime = false;
-		this._ambigZone = false;
-	}
-
-	return oldMomentProto.utcOffset.apply(this, arguments);
-};
-
-
-// Formatting
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-newMomentProto.format = function() {
-	if (this._fullCalendar && arguments[0]) { // an enhanced moment? and a format string provided?
-		return formatDate(this, arguments[0]); // our extended formatting
-	}
-	if (this._ambigTime) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD');
-	}
-	if (this._ambigZone) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD[T]HH:mm:ss');
-	}
-	return oldMomentProto.format.apply(this, arguments);
-};
-
-newMomentProto.toISOString = function() {
-	if (this._ambigTime) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD');
-	}
-	if (this._ambigZone) {
-		return oldMomentFormat(this, 'YYYY-MM-DD[T]HH:mm:ss');
-	}
-	return oldMomentProto.toISOString.apply(this, arguments);
-};
-
-;;
-(function() {
-
-// exports
-FC.formatDate = formatDate;
-FC.formatRange = formatRange;
-FC.oldMomentFormat = oldMomentFormat;
-FC.queryMostGranularFormatUnit = queryMostGranularFormatUnit;
-
-
-// Config
-// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-/*
-Inserted between chunks in the fake ("intermediate") formatting string.
-Important that it passes as whitespace (\s) because moment often identifies non-standalone months
-via a regexp with an \s.
-*/
-var PART_SEPARATOR = '\u000b'; // vertical tab
-
-/*
-Inserted as the first character of a literal-text chunk to indicate that the literal text is not actually literal text,
-but rather, a "special" token that has custom rendering (see specialTokens map).
-*/
-var SPECIAL_TOKEN_MARKER = '\u001f'; // information separator 1
-
-/*
-Inserted at the beginning and end of a span of text that must have non-zero numeric characters.
-Handling of these markers is done in a post-processing step at the very end of text rendering.
-*/
-var MAYBE_MARKER = '\u001e'; // information separator 2
-var MAYBE_REGEXP = new RegExp(MAYBE_MARKER + '([^' + MAYBE_MARKER + ']*)' + MAYBE_MARKER, 'g'); // must be global
-
-/*
-Addition formatting tokens we want recognized
-*/
-var specialTokens = {
-	t: function(date) { // "a" or "p"
-		return oldMomentFormat(date, 'a').charAt(0);
-	},
-	T: function(date) { // "A" or "P"
-		return oldMomentFormat(date, 'A').charAt(0);
-	}
-};
-
-/*
-The first characters of formatting tokens for units that are 1 day or larger.
-`value` is for ranking relative size (lower means bigger).
-`unit` is a normalized unit, used for comparing moments.
-*/
-var largeTokenMap = {
-	Y: { value: 1, unit: 'year' },
-	M: { value: 2, unit: 'month' },
-	W: { value: 3, unit: 'week' }, // ISO week
-	w: { value: 3, unit: 'week' }, // local week
-	D: { value: 4, unit: 'day' }, // day of month
-	d: { value: 4, unit: 'day' } // day of week
-};
-
-
-// Single Date Formatting
-// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-/*
-Formats `date` with a Moment formatting string, but allow our non-zero areas and special token
-*/
-function formatDate(date, formatStr) {
-	return renderFakeFormatString(
-		getParsedFormatString(formatStr).fakeFormatString,
-		date
-	);
-}
-
-/*
-Call this if you want Moment's original format method to be used
-*/
-function oldMomentFormat(mom, formatStr) {
-	return oldMomentProto.format.call(mom, formatStr); // oldMomentProto defined in moment-ext.js
-}
-
-
-// Date Range Formatting
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-// TODO: make it work with timezone offset
-
-/*
-Using a formatting string meant for a single date, generate a range string, like
-"Sep 2 - 9 2013", that intelligently inserts a separator where the dates differ.
-If the dates are the same as far as the format string is concerned, just return a single
-rendering of one date, without any separator.
-*/
-function formatRange(date1, date2, formatStr, separator, isRTL) {
-	var localeData;
-
-	date1 = FC.moment.parseZone(date1);
-	date2 = FC.moment.parseZone(date2);
-
-	localeData = date1.localeData();
-
-	// Expand localized format strings, like "LL" -> "MMMM D YYYY".
-	// BTW, this is not important for `formatDate` because it is impossible to put custom tokens
-	// or non-zero areas in Moment's localized format strings.
-	formatStr = localeData.longDateFormat(formatStr) || formatStr;
-
-	return renderParsedFormat(
-		getParsedFormatString(formatStr),
-		date1,
-		date2,
-		separator || ' - ',
-		isRTL
-	);
-}
-
-/*
-Renders a range with an already-parsed format string.
-*/
-function renderParsedFormat(parsedFormat, date1, date2, separator, isRTL) {
-	var sameUnits = parsedFormat.sameUnits;
-	var unzonedDate1 = date1.clone().stripZone(); // for same-unit comparisons
-	var unzonedDate2 = date2.clone().stripZone(); // "
-
-	var renderedParts1 = renderFakeFormatStringParts(parsedFormat.fakeFormatString, date1);
-	var renderedParts2 = renderFakeFormatStringParts(parsedFormat.fakeFormatString, date2);
-
-	var leftI;
-	var leftStr = '';
-	var rightI;
-	var rightStr = '';
-	var middleI;
-	var middleStr1 = '';
-	var middleStr2 = '';
-	var middleStr = '';
-
-	// Start at the leftmost side of the formatting string and continue until you hit a token
-	// that is not the same between dates.
-	for (
-		leftI = 0;
-		leftI < sameUnits.length && (!sameUnits[leftI] || unzonedDate1.isSame(unzonedDate2, sameUnits[leftI]));
-		leftI++
-	) {
-		leftStr += renderedParts1[leftI];
-	}
-
-	// Similarly, start at the rightmost side of the formatting string and move left
-	for (
-		rightI = sameUnits.length - 1;
-		rightI > leftI && (!sameUnits[rightI] || unzonedDate1.isSame(unzonedDate2, sameUnits[rightI]));
-		rightI--
-	) {
-		// If current chunk is on the boundary of unique date-content, and is a special-case
-		// date-formatting postfix character, then don't consume it. Consider it unique date-content.
-		// TODO: make configurable
-		if (rightI - 1 === leftI && renderedParts1[rightI] === '.') {
-			break;
-		}
-
-		rightStr = renderedParts1[rightI] + rightStr;
-	}
-
-	// The area in the middle is different for both of the dates.
-	// Collect them distinctly so we can jam them together later.
-	for (middleI = leftI; middleI <= rightI; middleI++) {
-		middleStr1 += renderedParts1[middleI];
-		middleStr2 += renderedParts2[middleI];
-	}
-
-	if (middleStr1 || middleStr2) {
-		if (isRTL) {
-			middleStr = middleStr2 + separator + middleStr1;
-		}
-		else {
-			middleStr = middleStr1 + separator + middleStr2;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return processMaybeMarkers(
-		leftStr + middleStr + rightStr
-	);
-}
-
-
-// Format String Parsing
-// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-var parsedFormatStrCache = {};
-
-/*
-Returns a parsed format string, leveraging a cache.
-*/
-function getParsedFormatString(formatStr) {
-	return parsedFormatStrCache[formatStr] ||
-		(parsedFormatStrCache[formatStr] = parseFormatString(formatStr));
-}
-
-/*
-Parses a format string into the following:
-- fakeFormatString: a momentJS formatting string, littered with special control characters that get post-processed.
-- sameUnits: for every part in fakeFormatString, if the part is a token, the value will be a unit string (like "day"),
-  that indicates how similar a range's start & end must be in order to share the same formatted text.
-  If not a token, then the value is null.
-  Always a flat array (not nested liked "chunks").
-*/
-function parseFormatString(formatStr) {
-	var chunks = chunkFormatString(formatStr);
-	
-	return {
-		fakeFormatString: buildFakeFormatString(chunks),
-		sameUnits: buildSameUnits(chunks)
-	};
-}
-
-/*
-Break the formatting string into an array of chunks.
-A 'maybe' chunk will have nested chunks.
-*/
-function chunkFormatString(formatStr) {
-	var chunks = [];
-	var match;
-
-	// TODO: more descrimination
-	// \4 is a backreference to the first character of a multi-character set.
-	var chunker = /\[([^\]]*)\]|\(([^\)]*)\)|(LTS|LT|(\w)\4*o?)|([^\w\[\(]+)/g;
-
-	while ((match = chunker.exec(formatStr))) {
-		if (match[1]) { // a literal string inside [ ... ]
-			chunks.push.apply(chunks, // append
-				splitStringLiteral(match[1])
-			);
-		}
-		else if (match[2]) { // non-zero formatting inside ( ... )
-			chunks.push({ maybe: chunkFormatString(match[2]) });
-		}
-		else if (match[3]) { // a formatting token
-			chunks.push({ token: match[3] });
-		}
-		else if (match[5]) { // an unenclosed literal string
-			chunks.push.apply(chunks, // append
-				splitStringLiteral(match[5])
-			);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return chunks;
-}
-
-/*
-Potentially splits a literal-text string into multiple parts. For special cases.
-*/
-function splitStringLiteral(s) {
-	if (s === '. ') {
-		return [ '.', ' ' ]; // for locales with periods bound to the end of each year/month/date
-	}
-	else {
-		return [ s ];
-	}
-}
-
-/*
-Given chunks parsed from a real format string, generate a fake (aka "intermediate") format string with special control
-characters that will eventually be given to moment for formatting, and then post-processed.
-*/
-function buildFakeFormatString(chunks) {
-	var parts = [];
-	var i, chunk;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < chunks.length; i++) {
-		chunk = chunks[i];
-
-		if (typeof chunk === 'string') {
-			parts.push('[' + chunk + ']');
-		}
-		else if (chunk.token) {
-			if (chunk.token in specialTokens) {
-				parts.push(
-					SPECIAL_TOKEN_MARKER + // useful during post-processing
-					'[' + chunk.token + ']' // preserve as literal text
-				);
-			}
-			else {
-				parts.push(chunk.token); // unprotected text implies a format string
-			}
-		}
-		else if (chunk.maybe) {
-			parts.push(
-				MAYBE_MARKER + // useful during post-processing
-				buildFakeFormatString(chunk.maybe) +
-				MAYBE_MARKER
-			);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return parts.join(PART_SEPARATOR);
-}
-
-/*
-Given parsed chunks from a real formatting string, generates an array of unit strings (like "day") that indicate
-in which regard two dates must be similar in order to share range formatting text.
-The `chunks` can be nested (because of "maybe" chunks), however, the returned array will be flat.
-*/
-function buildSameUnits(chunks) {
-	var units = [];
-	var i, chunk;
-	var tokenInfo;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < chunks.length; i++) {
-		chunk = chunks[i];
-
-		if (chunk.token) {
-			tokenInfo = largeTokenMap[chunk.token.charAt(0)];
-			units.push(tokenInfo ? tokenInfo.unit : 'second'); // default to a very strict same-second
-		}
-		else if (chunk.maybe) {
-			units.push.apply(units, // append
-				buildSameUnits(chunk.maybe)
-			);
-		}
-		else {
-			units.push(null);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return units;
-}
-
-
-// Rendering to text
-// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-/*
-Formats a date with a fake format string, post-processes the control characters, then returns.
-*/
-function renderFakeFormatString(fakeFormatString, date) {
-	return processMaybeMarkers(
-		renderFakeFormatStringParts(fakeFormatString, date).join('')
-	);
-}
-
-/*
-Formats a date into parts that will have been post-processed, EXCEPT for the "maybe" markers.
-*/
-function renderFakeFormatStringParts(fakeFormatString, date) {
-	var parts = [];
-	var fakeRender = oldMomentFormat(date, fakeFormatString);
-	var fakeParts = fakeRender.split(PART_SEPARATOR);
-	var i, fakePart;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < fakeParts.length; i++) {
-		fakePart = fakeParts[i];
-
-		if (fakePart.charAt(0) === SPECIAL_TOKEN_MARKER) {
-			parts.push(
-				// the literal string IS the token's name.
-				// call special token's registered function.
-				specialTokens[fakePart.substring(1)](date)
-			);
-		}
-		else {
-			parts.push(fakePart);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return parts;
-}
-
-/*
-Accepts an almost-finally-formatted string and processes the "maybe" control characters, returning a new string.
-*/
-function processMaybeMarkers(s) {
-	return s.replace(MAYBE_REGEXP, function(m0, m1) { // regex assumed to have 'g' flag
-		if (m1.match(/[1-9]/)) { // any non-zero numeric characters?
-			return m1;
-		}
-		else {
-			return '';
-		}
-	});
-}
-
-
-// Misc Utils
-// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-/*
-Returns a unit string, either 'year', 'month', 'day', or null for the most granular formatting token in the string.
-*/
-function queryMostGranularFormatUnit(formatStr) {
-	var chunks = chunkFormatString(formatStr);
-	var i, chunk;
-	var candidate;
-	var best;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < chunks.length; i++) {
-		chunk = chunks[i];
-
-		if (chunk.token) {
-			candidate = largeTokenMap[chunk.token.charAt(0)];
-			if (candidate) {
-				if (!best || candidate.value > best.value) {
-					best = candidate;
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	if (best) {
-		return best.unit;
-	}
-
-	return null;
-};
-
-})();
-
-// quick local references
-var formatDate = FC.formatDate;
-var formatRange = FC.formatRange;
-var oldMomentFormat = FC.oldMomentFormat;
-
-;;
-
-FC.Class = Class; // export
-
-// Class that all other classes will inherit from
-function Class() { }
-
-
-// Called on a class to create a subclass.
-// Last argument contains instance methods. Any argument before the last are considered mixins.
-Class.extend = function() {
-	var len = arguments.length;
-	var i;
-	var members;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
-		members = arguments[i];
-		if (i < len - 1) { // not the last argument?
-			mixIntoClass(this, members);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return extendClass(this, members || {}); // members will be undefined if no arguments
-};
-
-
-// Adds new member variables/methods to the class's prototype.
-// Can be called with another class, or a plain object hash containing new members.
-Class.mixin = function(members) {
-	mixIntoClass(this, members);
-};
-
-
-function extendClass(superClass, members) {
-	var subClass;
-
-	// ensure a constructor for the subclass, forwarding all arguments to the super-constructor if it doesn't exist
-	if (hasOwnProp(members, 'constructor')) {
-		subClass = members.constructor;
-	}
-	if (typeof subClass !== 'function') {
-		subClass = members.constructor = function() {
-			superClass.apply(this, arguments);
-		};
-	}
-
-	// build the base prototype for the subclass, which is an new object chained to the superclass's prototype
-	subClass.prototype = createObject(superClass.prototype);
-
-	// copy each member variable/method onto the the subclass's prototype
-	copyOwnProps(members, subClass.prototype);
-
-	// copy over all class variables/methods to the subclass, such as `extend` and `mixin`
-	copyOwnProps(superClass, subClass);
-
-	return subClass;
-}
-
-
-function mixIntoClass(theClass, members) {
-	copyOwnProps(members, theClass.prototype);
-}
-;;
-
-/*
-Wrap jQuery's Deferred Promise object to be slightly more Promise/A+ compliant.
-With the added non-standard feature of synchronously executing handlers on resolved promises,
-which doesn't always happen otherwise (esp with nested .then handlers!?),
-so, this makes things a lot easier, esp because jQuery 3 changed the synchronicity for Deferred objects.
-
-TODO: write tests and more comments
-*/
-
-function Promise(executor) {
-	var deferred = $.Deferred();
-	var promise = deferred.promise();
-
-	if (typeof executor === 'function') {
-		executor(
-			function(value) { // resolve
-				if (Promise.immediate) {
-					promise._value = value;
-				}
-				deferred.resolve(value);
-			},
-			function() { // reject
-				deferred.reject();
-			}
-		);
-	}
-	
-	if (Promise.immediate) {
-		var origThen = promise.then;
-
-		promise.then = function(onFulfilled, onRejected) {
-			var state = promise.state();
-			
-			if (state === 'resolved') {
-				if (typeof onFulfilled === 'function') {
-					return Promise.resolve(onFulfilled(promise._value));
-				}
-			}
-			else if (state === 'rejected') {
-				if (typeof onRejected === 'function') {
-					onRejected();
-					return promise; // already rejected
-				}
-			}
-
-			return origThen.call(promise, onFulfilled, onRejected);
-		};
-	}
-
-	return promise; // instanceof Promise will break :( TODO: make Promise a real class
-}
-
-FC.Promise = Promise;
-
-Promise.immediate = true;
-
-
-Promise.resolve = function(value) {
-	if (value && typeof value.resolve === 'function') {
-		return value.promise();
-	}
-	if (value && typeof value.then === 'function') {
-		return value;
-	}
-	else {
-		var deferred = $.Deferred().resolve(value);
-		var promise = deferred.promise();
-
-		if (Promise.immediate) {
-			var origThen = promise.then;
-
-			promise._value = value;
-
-			promise.then = function(onFulfilled, onRejected) {
-				if (typeof onFulfilled === 'function') {
-					return Promise.resolve(onFulfilled(value));
-				}
-				return origThen.call(promise, onFulfilled, onRejected);
-			};
-		}
-
-		return promise;
-	}
-};
-
-
-Promise.reject = function() {
-	return $.Deferred().reject().promise();
-};
-
-
-Promise.all = function(inputs) {
-	var hasAllValues = false;
-	var values;
-	var i, input;
-
-	if (Promise.immediate) {
-		hasAllValues = true;
-		values = [];
-
-		for (i = 0; i < inputs.length; i++) {
-			input = inputs[i];
-
-			if (input && typeof input.state === 'function' && input.state() === 'resolved' && ('_value' in input)) {
-				values.push(input._value);
-			}
-			else if (input && typeof input.then === 'function') {
-				hasAllValues = false;
-				break;
-			}
-			else {
-				values.push(input);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	if (hasAllValues) {
-		return Promise.resolve(values);
-	}
-	else {
-		return $.when.apply($.when, inputs).then(function() {
-			return $.when($.makeArray(arguments));
-		});
-	}
-};
-
-;;
-
-// TODO: write tests and clean up code
-
-function TaskQueue(debounceWait) {
-	var q = []; // array of runFuncs
-
-	function addTask(taskFunc) {
-		return new Promise(function(resolve) {
-
-			// should run this function when it's taskFunc's turn to run.
-			// responsible for popping itself off the queue.
-			var runFunc = function() {
-				Promise.resolve(taskFunc()) // result might be async, coerce to promise
-					.then(resolve) // resolve TaskQueue::push's promise, for the caller. will receive result of taskFunc.
-					.then(function() {
-						q.shift(); // pop itself off
-
-						// run the next task, if any
-						if (q.length) {
-							q[0]();
-						}
-					});
-			};
-
-			// always put the task at the end of the queue, BEFORE running the task
-			q.push(runFunc);
-
-			// if it's the only task in the queue, run immediately
-			if (q.length === 1) {
-				runFunc();
-			}
-		});
-	}
-
-	this.add = // potentially debounce, for the public method
-		typeof debounceWait === 'number' ?
-			debounce(addTask, debounceWait) :
-			addTask; // if not a number (null/undefined/false), no debounce at all
-
-	this.addQuickly = addTask; // guaranteed no debounce
-}
-
-FC.TaskQueue = TaskQueue;
-
-/*
-q = new TaskQueue();
-
-function work(i) {
-	return q.push(function() {
-		trigger();
-		console.log('work' + i);
-	});
-}
-
-var cnt = 0;
-
-function trigger() {
-	if (cnt < 5) {
-		cnt++;
-		work(cnt);
-	}
-}
-
-work(9);
-*/
-
-;;
-
-var EmitterMixin = FC.EmitterMixin = {
-
-	// jQuery-ification via $(this) allows a non-DOM object to have
-	// the same event handling capabilities (including namespaces).
-
-
-	on: function(types, handler) {
-		$(this).on(types, this._prepareIntercept(handler));
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	one: function(types, handler) {
-		$(this).one(types, this._prepareIntercept(handler));
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	_prepareIntercept: function(handler) {
-		// handlers are always called with an "event" object as their first param.
-		// sneak the `this` context and arguments into the extra parameter object
-		// and forward them on to the original handler.
-		var intercept = function(ev, extra) {
-			return handler.apply(
-				extra.context || this,
-				extra.args || []
-			);
-		};
-
-		// mimick jQuery's internal "proxy" system (risky, I know)
-		// causing all functions with the same .guid to appear to be the same.
-		// https://github.com/jquery/jquery/blob/2.2.4/src/core.js#L448
-		// this is needed for calling .off with the original non-intercept handler.
-		if (!handler.guid) {
-			handler.guid = $.guid++;
-		}
-		intercept.guid = handler.guid;
-
-		return intercept;
-	},
-
-
-	off: function(types, handler) {
-		$(this).off(types, handler);
-
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	trigger: function(types) {
-		var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1); // arguments after the first
-
-		// pass in "extra" info to the intercept
-		$(this).triggerHandler(types, { args: args });
-
-		return this; // for chaining
-	},
-
-
-	triggerWith: function(types, context, args) {
-
-		// `triggerHandler` is less reliant on the DOM compared to `trigger`.
-		// pass in "extra" info to the intercept.
-		$(this).triggerHandler(types, { context: context, args: args });
-
-		return this; // for chaining
-	}
-
-};
-
-;;
-
-/*
-Utility methods for easily listening to events on another object,
-and more importantly, easily unlistening from them.
-*/
-var ListenerMixin = FC.ListenerMixin = (function() {
-	var guid = 0;
-	var ListenerMixin = {
-
-		listenerId: null,
-
-		/*
-		Given an `other` object that has on/off methods, bind the given `callback` to an event by the given name.
-		The `callback` will be called with the `this` context of the object that .listenTo is being called on.
-		Can be called:
-			.listenTo(other, eventName, callback)
-		OR
-			.listenTo(other, {
-				eventName1: callback1,
-				eventName2: callback2
-			})
-		*/
-		listenTo: function(other, arg, callback) {
-			if (typeof arg === 'object') { // given dictionary of callbacks
-				for (var eventName in arg) {
-					if (arg.hasOwnProperty(eventName)) {
-						this.listenTo(other, eventName, arg[eventName]);
-					}
-				}
-			}
-			else if (typeof arg === 'string') {
-				other.on(
-					arg + '.' + this.getListenerNamespace(), // use event namespacing to identify this object
-					$.proxy(callback, this) // always use `this` context
-						// the usually-undesired jQuery guid behavior doesn't matter,
-						// because we always unbind via namespace
-				);
-			}
-		},
-
-		/*
-		Causes the current object to stop listening to events on the `other` object.
-		`eventName` is optional. If omitted, will stop listening to ALL events on `other`.
-		*/
-		stopListeningTo: function(other, eventName) {
-			other.off((eventName || '') + '.' + this.getListenerNamespace());
-		},
-
-		/*
-		Returns a string, unique to this object, to be used for event namespacing
-		*/
-		getListenerNamespace: function() {
-			if (this.listenerId == null) {
-				this.listenerId = guid++;
-			}
-			return '_listener' + this.listenerId;
-		}
-
-	};
-	return ListenerMixin;
-})();
-;;
-
-/* A rectangular panel that is absolutely positioned over other content
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Options:
-	- className (string)
-	- content (HTML string or jQuery element set)
-	- parentEl
-	- top
-	- left
-	- right (the x coord of where the right edge should be. not a "CSS" right)
-	- autoHide (boolean)
-	- show (callback)
-	- hide (callback)
-*/
-
-var Popover = Class.extend(ListenerMixin, {
-
-	isHidden: true,
-	options: null,
-	el: null, // the container element for the popover. generated by this object
-	margin: 10, // the space required between the popover and the edges of the scroll container
-
-
-	constructor: function(options) {
-		this.options = options || {};
-	},
-
-
-	// Shows the popover on the specified position. Renders it if not already
-	show: function() {
-		if (this.isHidden) {
-			if (!this.el) {
-				this.render();
-			}
-			this.el.show();
-			this.position();
-			this.isHidden = false;
-			this.trigger('show');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Hides the popover, through CSS, but does not remove it from the DOM
-	hide: function() {
-		if (!this.isHidden) {
-			this.el.hide();
-			this.isHidden = true;
-			this.trigger('hide');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Creates `this.el` and renders content inside of it
-	render: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var options = this.options;
-
-		this.el = $('<div class="fc-popover"/>')
-			.addClass(options.className || '')
-			.css({
-				// position initially to the top left to avoid creating scrollbars
-				top: 0,
-				left: 0
-			})
-			.append(options.content)
-			.appendTo(options.parentEl);
-
-		// when a click happens on anything inside with a 'fc-close' className, hide the popover
-		this.el.on('click', '.fc-close', function() {
-			_this.hide();
-		});
-
-		if (options.autoHide) {
-			this.listenTo($(document), 'mousedown', this.documentMousedown);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggered when the user clicks *anywhere* in the document, for the autoHide feature
-	documentMousedown: function(ev) {
-		// only hide the popover if the click happened outside the popover
-		if (this.el && !$(ev.target).closest(this.el).length) {
-			this.hide();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Hides and unregisters any handlers
-	removeElement: function() {
-		this.hide();
-
-		if (this.el) {
-			this.el.remove();
-			this.el = null;
-		}
-
-		this.stopListeningTo($(document), 'mousedown');
-	},
-
-
-	// Positions the popover optimally, using the top/left/right options
-	position: function() {
-		var options = this.options;
-		var origin = this.el.offsetParent().offset();
-		var width = this.el.outerWidth();
-		var height = this.el.outerHeight();
-		var windowEl = $(window);
-		var viewportEl = getScrollParent(this.el);
-		var viewportTop;
-		var viewportLeft;
-		var viewportOffset;
-		var top; // the "position" (not "offset") values for the popover
-		var left; //
-
-		// compute top and left
-		top = options.top || 0;
-		if (options.left !== undefined) {
-			left = options.left;
-		}
-		else if (options.right !== undefined) {
-			left = options.right - width; // derive the left value from the right value
-		}
-		else {
-			left = 0;
-		}
-
-		if (viewportEl.is(window) || viewportEl.is(document)) { // normalize getScrollParent's result
-			viewportEl = windowEl;
-			viewportTop = 0; // the window is always at the top left
-			viewportLeft = 0; // (and .offset() won't work if called here)
-		}
-		else {
-			viewportOffset = viewportEl.offset();
-			viewportTop = viewportOffset.top;
-			viewportLeft = viewportOffset.left;
-		}
-
-		// if the window is scrolled, it causes the visible area to be further down
-		viewportTop += windowEl.scrollTop();
-		viewportLeft += windowEl.scrollLeft();
-
-		// constrain to the view port. if constrained by two edges, give precedence to top/left
-		if (options.viewportConstrain !== false) {
-			top = Math.min(top, viewportTop + viewportEl.outerHeight() - height - this.margin);
-			top = Math.max(top, viewportTop + this.margin);
-			left = Math.min(left, viewportLeft + viewportEl.outerWidth() - width - this.margin);
-			left = Math.max(left, viewportLeft + this.margin);
-		}
-
-		this.el.css({
-			top: top - origin.top,
-			left: left - origin.left
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers a callback. Calls a function in the option hash of the same name.
-	// Arguments beyond the first `name` are forwarded on.
-	// TODO: better code reuse for this. Repeat code
-	trigger: function(name) {
-		if (this.options[name]) {
-			this.options[name].apply(this, Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));
-		}
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/*
-A cache for the left/right/top/bottom/width/height values for one or more elements.
-Works with both offset (from topleft document) and position (from offsetParent).
-
-options:
-- els
-- isHorizontal
-- isVertical
-*/
-var CoordCache = FC.CoordCache = Class.extend({
-
-	els: null, // jQuery set (assumed to be siblings)
-	forcedOffsetParentEl: null, // options can override the natural offsetParent
-	origin: null, // {left,top} position of offsetParent of els
-	boundingRect: null, // constrain cordinates to this rectangle. {left,right,top,bottom} or null
-	isHorizontal: false, // whether to query for left/right/width
-	isVertical: false, // whether to query for top/bottom/height
-
-	// arrays of coordinates (offsets from topleft of document)
-	lefts: null,
-	rights: null,
-	tops: null,
-	bottoms: null,
-
-
-	constructor: function(options) {
-		this.els = $(options.els);
-		this.isHorizontal = options.isHorizontal;
-		this.isVertical = options.isVertical;
-		this.forcedOffsetParentEl = options.offsetParent ? $(options.offsetParent) : null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries the els for coordinates and stores them.
-	// Call this method before using and of the get* methods below.
-	build: function() {
-		var offsetParentEl = this.forcedOffsetParentEl;
-		if (!offsetParentEl && this.els.length > 0) {
-			offsetParentEl = this.els.eq(0).offsetParent();
-		}
-
-		this.origin = offsetParentEl ?
-			offsetParentEl.offset() :
-			null;
-
-		this.boundingRect = this.queryBoundingRect();
-
-		if (this.isHorizontal) {
-			this.buildElHorizontals();
-		}
-		if (this.isVertical) {
-			this.buildElVerticals();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Destroys all internal data about coordinates, freeing memory
-	clear: function() {
-		this.origin = null;
-		this.boundingRect = null;
-		this.lefts = null;
-		this.rights = null;
-		this.tops = null;
-		this.bottoms = null;
-	},
-
-
-	// When called, if coord caches aren't built, builds them
-	ensureBuilt: function() {
-		if (!this.origin) {
-			this.build();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Populates the left/right internal coordinate arrays
-	buildElHorizontals: function() {
-		var lefts = [];
-		var rights = [];
-
-		this.els.each(function(i, node) {
-			var el = $(node);
-			var left = el.offset().left;
-			var width = el.outerWidth();
-
-			lefts.push(left);
-			rights.push(left + width);
-		});
-
-		this.lefts = lefts;
-		this.rights = rights;
-	},
-
-
-	// Populates the top/bottom internal coordinate arrays
-	buildElVerticals: function() {
-		var tops = [];
-		var bottoms = [];
-
-		this.els.each(function(i, node) {
-			var el = $(node);
-			var top = el.offset().top;
-			var height = el.outerHeight();
-
-			tops.push(top);
-			bottoms.push(top + height);
-		});
-
-		this.tops = tops;
-		this.bottoms = bottoms;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a left offset (from document left), returns the index of the el that it horizontally intersects.
-	// If no intersection is made, returns undefined.
-	getHorizontalIndex: function(leftOffset) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-
-		var lefts = this.lefts;
-		var rights = this.rights;
-		var len = lefts.length;
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
-			if (leftOffset >= lefts[i] && leftOffset < rights[i]) {
-				return i;
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a top offset (from document top), returns the index of the el that it vertically intersects.
-	// If no intersection is made, returns undefined.
-	getVerticalIndex: function(topOffset) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-
-		var tops = this.tops;
-		var bottoms = this.bottoms;
-		var len = tops.length;
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < len; i++) {
-			if (topOffset >= tops[i] && topOffset < bottoms[i]) {
-				return i;
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the left offset (from document left) of the element at the given index
-	getLeftOffset: function(leftIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.lefts[leftIndex];
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the left position (from offsetParent left) of the element at the given index
-	getLeftPosition: function(leftIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.lefts[leftIndex] - this.origin.left;
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the right offset (from document left) of the element at the given index.
-	// This value is NOT relative to the document's right edge, like the CSS concept of "right" would be.
-	getRightOffset: function(leftIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.rights[leftIndex];
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the right position (from offsetParent left) of the element at the given index.
-	// This value is NOT relative to the offsetParent's right edge, like the CSS concept of "right" would be.
-	getRightPosition: function(leftIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.rights[leftIndex] - this.origin.left;
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the width of the element at the given index
-	getWidth: function(leftIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.rights[leftIndex] - this.lefts[leftIndex];
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the top offset (from document top) of the element at the given index
-	getTopOffset: function(topIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.tops[topIndex];
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the top position (from offsetParent top) of the element at the given position
-	getTopPosition: function(topIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.tops[topIndex] - this.origin.top;
-	},
-
-	// Gets the bottom offset (from the document top) of the element at the given index.
-	// This value is NOT relative to the offsetParent's bottom edge, like the CSS concept of "bottom" would be.
-	getBottomOffset: function(topIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.bottoms[topIndex];
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the bottom position (from the offsetParent top) of the element at the given index.
-	// This value is NOT relative to the offsetParent's bottom edge, like the CSS concept of "bottom" would be.
-	getBottomPosition: function(topIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.bottoms[topIndex] - this.origin.top;
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the height of the element at the given index
-	getHeight: function(topIndex) {
-		this.ensureBuilt();
-		return this.bottoms[topIndex] - this.tops[topIndex];
-	},
-
-
-	// Bounding Rect
-	// TODO: decouple this from CoordCache
-
-	// Compute and return what the elements' bounding rectangle is, from the user's perspective.
-	// Right now, only returns a rectangle if constrained by an overflow:scroll element.
-	// Returns null if there are no elements
-	queryBoundingRect: function() {
-		var scrollParentEl;
-
-		if (this.els.length > 0) {
-			scrollParentEl = getScrollParent(this.els.eq(0));
-
-			if (!scrollParentEl.is(document)) {
-				return getClientRect(scrollParentEl);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return null;
-	},
-
-	isPointInBounds: function(leftOffset, topOffset) {
-		return this.isLeftInBounds(leftOffset) && this.isTopInBounds(topOffset);
-	},
-
-	isLeftInBounds: function(leftOffset) {
-		return !this.boundingRect || (leftOffset >= this.boundingRect.left && leftOffset < this.boundingRect.right);
-	},
-
-	isTopInBounds: function(topOffset) {
-		return !this.boundingRect || (topOffset >= this.boundingRect.top && topOffset < this.boundingRect.bottom);
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Tracks a drag's mouse movement, firing various handlers
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-// TODO: use Emitter
-
-var DragListener = FC.DragListener = Class.extend(ListenerMixin, {
-
-	options: null,
-	subjectEl: null,
-
-	// coordinates of the initial mousedown
-	originX: null,
-	originY: null,
-
-	// the wrapping element that scrolls, or MIGHT scroll if there's overflow.
-	// TODO: do this for wrappers that have overflow:hidden as well.
-	scrollEl: null,
-
-	isInteracting: false,
-	isDistanceSurpassed: false,
-	isDelayEnded: false,
-	isDragging: false,
-	isTouch: false,
-
-	delay: null,
-	delayTimeoutId: null,
-	minDistance: null,
-
-	shouldCancelTouchScroll: true,
-	scrollAlwaysKills: false,
-
-
-	constructor: function(options) {
-		this.options = options || {};
-	},
-
-
-	// Interaction (high-level)
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	startInteraction: function(ev, extraOptions) {
-		var isTouch = getEvIsTouch(ev);
-
-		if (ev.type === 'mousedown') {
-			if (GlobalEmitter.get().shouldIgnoreMouse()) {
-				return;
-			}
-			else if (!isPrimaryMouseButton(ev)) {
-				return;
-			}
-			else {
-				ev.preventDefault(); // prevents native selection in most browsers
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (!this.isInteracting) {
-
-			// process options
-			extraOptions = extraOptions || {};
-			this.delay = firstDefined(extraOptions.delay, this.options.delay, 0);
-			this.minDistance = firstDefined(extraOptions.distance, this.options.distance, 0);
-			this.subjectEl = this.options.subjectEl;
-
-			preventSelection($('body'));
-
-			this.isInteracting = true;
-			this.isTouch = isTouch;
-			this.isDelayEnded = false;
-			this.isDistanceSurpassed = false;
-
-			this.originX = getEvX(ev);
-			this.originY = getEvY(ev);
-			this.scrollEl = getScrollParent($(ev.target));
-
-			this.bindHandlers();
-			this.initAutoScroll();
-			this.handleInteractionStart(ev);
-			this.startDelay(ev);
-
-			if (!this.minDistance) {
-				this.handleDistanceSurpassed(ev);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleInteractionStart: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('interactionStart', ev);
-	},
-
-
-	endInteraction: function(ev, isCancelled) {
-		if (this.isInteracting) {
-			this.endDrag(ev);
-
-			if (this.delayTimeoutId) {
-				clearTimeout(this.delayTimeoutId);
-				this.delayTimeoutId = null;
-			}
-
-			this.destroyAutoScroll();
-			this.unbindHandlers();
-
-			this.isInteracting = false;
-			this.handleInteractionEnd(ev, isCancelled);
-
-			allowSelection($('body'));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleInteractionEnd: function(ev, isCancelled) {
-		this.trigger('interactionEnd', ev, isCancelled || false);
-	},
-
-
-	// Binding To DOM
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	bindHandlers: function() {
-		// some browsers (Safari in iOS 10) don't allow preventDefault on touch events that are bound after touchstart,
-		// so listen to the GlobalEmitter singleton, which is always bound, instead of the document directly.
-		var globalEmitter = GlobalEmitter.get();
-
-		if (this.isTouch) {
-			this.listenTo(globalEmitter, {
-				touchmove: this.handleTouchMove,
-				touchend: this.endInteraction,
-				scroll: this.handleTouchScroll
-			});
-		}
-		else {
-			this.listenTo(globalEmitter, {
-				mousemove: this.handleMouseMove,
-				mouseup: this.endInteraction
-			});
-		}
-
-		this.listenTo(globalEmitter, {
-			selectstart: preventDefault, // don't allow selection while dragging
-			contextmenu: preventDefault // long taps would open menu on Chrome dev tools
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	unbindHandlers: function() {
-		this.stopListeningTo(GlobalEmitter.get());
-	},
-
-
-	// Drag (high-level)
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// extraOptions ignored if drag already started
-	startDrag: function(ev, extraOptions) {
-		this.startInteraction(ev, extraOptions); // ensure interaction began
-
-		if (!this.isDragging) {
-			this.isDragging = true;
-			this.handleDragStart(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleDragStart: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('dragStart', ev);
-	},
-
-
-	handleMove: function(ev) {
-		var dx = getEvX(ev) - this.originX;
-		var dy = getEvY(ev) - this.originY;
-		var minDistance = this.minDistance;
-		var distanceSq; // current distance from the origin, squared
-
-		if (!this.isDistanceSurpassed) {
-			distanceSq = dx * dx + dy * dy;
-			if (distanceSq >= minDistance * minDistance) { // use pythagorean theorem
-				this.handleDistanceSurpassed(ev);
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (this.isDragging) {
-			this.handleDrag(dx, dy, ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called while the mouse is being moved and when we know a legitimate drag is taking place
-	handleDrag: function(dx, dy, ev) {
-		this.trigger('drag', dx, dy, ev);
-		this.updateAutoScroll(ev); // will possibly cause scrolling
-	},
-
-
-	endDrag: function(ev) {
-		if (this.isDragging) {
-			this.isDragging = false;
-			this.handleDragEnd(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleDragEnd: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('dragEnd', ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Delay
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	startDelay: function(initialEv) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		if (this.delay) {
-			this.delayTimeoutId = setTimeout(function() {
-				_this.handleDelayEnd(initialEv);
-			}, this.delay);
-		}
-		else {
-			this.handleDelayEnd(initialEv);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleDelayEnd: function(initialEv) {
-		this.isDelayEnded = true;
-
-		if (this.isDistanceSurpassed) {
-			this.startDrag(initialEv);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Distance
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	handleDistanceSurpassed: function(ev) {
-		this.isDistanceSurpassed = true;
-
-		if (this.isDelayEnded) {
-			this.startDrag(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Mouse / Touch
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	handleTouchMove: function(ev) {
-
-		// prevent inertia and touchmove-scrolling while dragging
-		if (this.isDragging && this.shouldCancelTouchScroll) {
-			ev.preventDefault();
-		}
-
-		this.handleMove(ev);
-	},
-
-
-	handleMouseMove: function(ev) {
-		this.handleMove(ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Scrolling (unrelated to auto-scroll)
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	handleTouchScroll: function(ev) {
-		// if the drag is being initiated by touch, but a scroll happens before
-		// the drag-initiating delay is over, cancel the drag
-		if (!this.isDragging || this.scrollAlwaysKills) {
-			this.endInteraction(ev, true); // isCancelled=true
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Utils
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// Triggers a callback. Calls a function in the option hash of the same name.
-	// Arguments beyond the first `name` are forwarded on.
-	trigger: function(name) {
-		if (this.options[name]) {
-			this.options[name].apply(this, Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));
-		}
-		// makes _methods callable by event name. TODO: kill this
-		if (this['_' + name]) {
-			this['_' + name].apply(this, Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1));
-		}
-	}
-
-
-});
-
-;;
-/*
-this.scrollEl is set in DragListener
-*/
-DragListener.mixin({
-
-	isAutoScroll: false,
-
-	scrollBounds: null, // { top, bottom, left, right }
-	scrollTopVel: null, // pixels per second
-	scrollLeftVel: null, // pixels per second
-	scrollIntervalId: null, // ID of setTimeout for scrolling animation loop
-
-	// defaults
-	scrollSensitivity: 30, // pixels from edge for scrolling to start
-	scrollSpeed: 200, // pixels per second, at maximum speed
-	scrollIntervalMs: 50, // millisecond wait between scroll increment
-
-
-	initAutoScroll: function() {
-		var scrollEl = this.scrollEl;
-
-		this.isAutoScroll =
-			this.options.scroll &&
-			scrollEl &&
-			!scrollEl.is(window) &&
-			!scrollEl.is(document);
-
-		if (this.isAutoScroll) {
-			// debounce makes sure rapid calls don't happen
-			this.listenTo(scrollEl, 'scroll', debounce(this.handleDebouncedScroll, 100));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	destroyAutoScroll: function() {
-		this.endAutoScroll(); // kill any animation loop
-
-		// remove the scroll handler if there is a scrollEl
-		if (this.isAutoScroll) {
-			this.stopListeningTo(this.scrollEl, 'scroll'); // will probably get removed by unbindHandlers too :(
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes and stores the bounding rectangle of scrollEl
-	computeScrollBounds: function() {
-		if (this.isAutoScroll) {
-			this.scrollBounds = getOuterRect(this.scrollEl);
-			// TODO: use getClientRect in future. but prevents auto scrolling when on top of scrollbars
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the dragging is in progress and scrolling should be updated
-	updateAutoScroll: function(ev) {
-		var sensitivity = this.scrollSensitivity;
-		var bounds = this.scrollBounds;
-		var topCloseness, bottomCloseness;
-		var leftCloseness, rightCloseness;
-		var topVel = 0;
-		var leftVel = 0;
-
-		if (bounds) { // only scroll if scrollEl exists
-
-			// compute closeness to edges. valid range is from 0.0 - 1.0
-			topCloseness = (sensitivity - (getEvY(ev) - bounds.top)) / sensitivity;
-			bottomCloseness = (sensitivity - (bounds.bottom - getEvY(ev))) / sensitivity;
-			leftCloseness = (sensitivity - (getEvX(ev) - bounds.left)) / sensitivity;
-			rightCloseness = (sensitivity - (bounds.right - getEvX(ev))) / sensitivity;
-
-			// translate vertical closeness into velocity.
-			// mouse must be completely in bounds for velocity to happen.
-			if (topCloseness >= 0 && topCloseness <= 1) {
-				topVel = topCloseness * this.scrollSpeed * -1; // negative. for scrolling up
-			}
-			else if (bottomCloseness >= 0 && bottomCloseness <= 1) {
-				topVel = bottomCloseness * this.scrollSpeed;
-			}
-
-			// translate horizontal closeness into velocity
-			if (leftCloseness >= 0 && leftCloseness <= 1) {
-				leftVel = leftCloseness * this.scrollSpeed * -1; // negative. for scrolling left
-			}
-			else if (rightCloseness >= 0 && rightCloseness <= 1) {
-				leftVel = rightCloseness * this.scrollSpeed;
-			}
-		}
-
-		this.setScrollVel(topVel, leftVel);
-	},
-
-
-	// Sets the speed-of-scrolling for the scrollEl
-	setScrollVel: function(topVel, leftVel) {
-
-		this.scrollTopVel = topVel;
-		this.scrollLeftVel = leftVel;
-
-		this.constrainScrollVel(); // massages into realistic values
-
-		// if there is non-zero velocity, and an animation loop hasn't already started, then START
-		if ((this.scrollTopVel || this.scrollLeftVel) && !this.scrollIntervalId) {
-			this.scrollIntervalId = setInterval(
-				proxy(this, 'scrollIntervalFunc'), // scope to `this`
-				this.scrollIntervalMs
-			);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Forces scrollTopVel and scrollLeftVel to be zero if scrolling has already gone all the way
-	constrainScrollVel: function() {
-		var el = this.scrollEl;
-
-		if (this.scrollTopVel < 0) { // scrolling up?
-			if (el.scrollTop() <= 0) { // already scrolled all the way up?
-				this.scrollTopVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-		else if (this.scrollTopVel > 0) { // scrolling down?
-			if (el.scrollTop() + el[0].clientHeight >= el[0].scrollHeight) { // already scrolled all the way down?
-				this.scrollTopVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (this.scrollLeftVel < 0) { // scrolling left?
-			if (el.scrollLeft() <= 0) { // already scrolled all the left?
-				this.scrollLeftVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-		else if (this.scrollLeftVel > 0) { // scrolling right?
-			if (el.scrollLeft() + el[0].clientWidth >= el[0].scrollWidth) { // already scrolled all the way right?
-				this.scrollLeftVel = 0;
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// This function gets called during every iteration of the scrolling animation loop
-	scrollIntervalFunc: function() {
-		var el = this.scrollEl;
-		var frac = this.scrollIntervalMs / 1000; // considering animation frequency, what the vel should be mult'd by
-
-		// change the value of scrollEl's scroll
-		if (this.scrollTopVel) {
-			el.scrollTop(el.scrollTop() + this.scrollTopVel * frac);
-		}
-		if (this.scrollLeftVel) {
-			el.scrollLeft(el.scrollLeft() + this.scrollLeftVel * frac);
-		}
-
-		this.constrainScrollVel(); // since the scroll values changed, recompute the velocities
-
-		// if scrolled all the way, which causes the vels to be zero, stop the animation loop
-		if (!this.scrollTopVel && !this.scrollLeftVel) {
-			this.endAutoScroll();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Kills any existing scrolling animation loop
-	endAutoScroll: function() {
-		if (this.scrollIntervalId) {
-			clearInterval(this.scrollIntervalId);
-			this.scrollIntervalId = null;
-
-			this.handleScrollEnd();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Get called when the scrollEl is scrolled (NOTE: this is delayed via debounce)
-	handleDebouncedScroll: function() {
-		// recompute all coordinates, but *only* if this is *not* part of our scrolling animation
-		if (!this.scrollIntervalId) {
-			this.handleScrollEnd();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when scrolling has stopped, whether through auto scroll, or the user scrolling
-	handleScrollEnd: function() {
-	}
-
-});
-;;
-
-/* Tracks mouse movements over a component and raises events about which hit the mouse is over.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-options:
-- subjectEl
-- subjectCenter
-*/
-
-var HitDragListener = DragListener.extend({
-
-	component: null, // converts coordinates to hits
-		// methods: hitsNeeded, hitsNotNeeded, queryHit
-
-	origHit: null, // the hit the mouse was over when listening started
-	hit: null, // the hit the mouse is over
-	coordAdjust: null, // delta that will be added to the mouse coordinates when computing collisions
-
-
-	constructor: function(component, options) {
-		DragListener.call(this, options); // call the super-constructor
-
-		this.component = component;
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when drag listening starts (but a real drag has not necessarily began).
-	// ev might be undefined if dragging was started manually.
-	handleInteractionStart: function(ev) {
-		var subjectEl = this.subjectEl;
-		var subjectRect;
-		var origPoint;
-		var point;
-
-		this.component.hitsNeeded();
-		this.computeScrollBounds(); // for autoscroll
-
-		if (ev) {
-			origPoint = { left: getEvX(ev), top: getEvY(ev) };
-			point = origPoint;
-
-			// constrain the point to bounds of the element being dragged
-			if (subjectEl) {
-				subjectRect = getOuterRect(subjectEl); // used for centering as well
-				point = constrainPoint(point, subjectRect);
-			}
-
-			this.origHit = this.queryHit(point.left, point.top);
-
-			// treat the center of the subject as the collision point?
-			if (subjectEl && this.options.subjectCenter) {
-
-				// only consider the area the subject overlaps the hit. best for large subjects.
-				// TODO: skip this if hit didn't supply left/right/top/bottom
-				if (this.origHit) {
-					subjectRect = intersectRects(this.origHit, subjectRect) ||
-						subjectRect; // in case there is no intersection
-				}
-
-				point = getRectCenter(subjectRect);
-			}
-
-			this.coordAdjust = diffPoints(point, origPoint); // point - origPoint
-		}
-		else {
-			this.origHit = null;
-			this.coordAdjust = null;
-		}
-
-		// call the super-method. do it after origHit has been computed
-		DragListener.prototype.handleInteractionStart.apply(this, arguments);
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the actual drag has started
-	handleDragStart: function(ev) {
-		var hit;
-
-		DragListener.prototype.handleDragStart.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		// might be different from this.origHit if the min-distance is large
-		hit = this.queryHit(getEvX(ev), getEvY(ev));
-
-		// report the initial hit the mouse is over
-		// especially important if no min-distance and drag starts immediately
-		if (hit) {
-			this.handleHitOver(hit);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the drag moves
-	handleDrag: function(dx, dy, ev) {
-		var hit;
-
-		DragListener.prototype.handleDrag.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		hit = this.queryHit(getEvX(ev), getEvY(ev));
-
-		if (!isHitsEqual(hit, this.hit)) { // a different hit than before?
-			if (this.hit) {
-				this.handleHitOut();
-			}
-			if (hit) {
-				this.handleHitOver(hit);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when dragging has been stopped
-	handleDragEnd: function() {
-		this.handleHitDone();
-		DragListener.prototype.handleDragEnd.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when a the mouse has just moved over a new hit
-	handleHitOver: function(hit) {
-		var isOrig = isHitsEqual(hit, this.origHit);
-
-		this.hit = hit;
-
-		this.trigger('hitOver', this.hit, isOrig, this.origHit);
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the mouse has just moved out of a hit
-	handleHitOut: function() {
-		if (this.hit) {
-			this.trigger('hitOut', this.hit);
-			this.handleHitDone();
-			this.hit = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after a hitOut. Also called before a dragStop
-	handleHitDone: function() {
-		if (this.hit) {
-			this.trigger('hitDone', this.hit);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when the interaction ends, whether there was a real drag or not
-	handleInteractionEnd: function() {
-		DragListener.prototype.handleInteractionEnd.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		this.origHit = null;
-		this.hit = null;
-
-		this.component.hitsNotNeeded();
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when scrolling has stopped, whether through auto scroll, or the user scrolling
-	handleScrollEnd: function() {
-		DragListener.prototype.handleScrollEnd.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-method
-
-		// hits' absolute positions will be in new places after a user's scroll.
-		// HACK for recomputing.
-		if (this.isDragging) {
-			this.component.releaseHits();
-			this.component.prepareHits();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the hit underneath the coordinates for the given mouse event
-	queryHit: function(left, top) {
-
-		if (this.coordAdjust) {
-			left += this.coordAdjust.left;
-			top += this.coordAdjust.top;
-		}
-
-		return this.component.queryHit(left, top);
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Returns `true` if the hits are identically equal. `false` otherwise. Must be from the same component.
-// Two null values will be considered equal, as two "out of the component" states are the same.
-function isHitsEqual(hit0, hit1) {
-
-	if (!hit0 && !hit1) {
-		return true;
-	}
-
-	if (hit0 && hit1) {
-		return hit0.component === hit1.component &&
-			isHitPropsWithin(hit0, hit1) &&
-			isHitPropsWithin(hit1, hit0); // ensures all props are identical
-	}
-
-	return false;
-}
-
-
-// Returns true if all of subHit's non-standard properties are within superHit
-function isHitPropsWithin(subHit, superHit) {
-	for (var propName in subHit) {
-		if (!/^(component|left|right|top|bottom)$/.test(propName)) {
-			if (subHit[propName] !== superHit[propName]) {
-				return false;
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	return true;
-}
-
-;;
-
-/*
-Listens to document and window-level user-interaction events, like touch events and mouse events,
-and fires these events as-is to whoever is observing a GlobalEmitter.
-Best when used as a singleton via GlobalEmitter.get()
-
-Normalizes mouse/touch events. For examples:
-- ignores the the simulated mouse events that happen after a quick tap: mousemove+mousedown+mouseup+click
-- compensates for various buggy scenarios where a touchend does not fire
-*/
-
-FC.touchMouseIgnoreWait = 500;
-
-var GlobalEmitter = Class.extend(ListenerMixin, EmitterMixin, {
-
-	isTouching: false,
-	mouseIgnoreDepth: 0,
-	handleScrollProxy: null,
-
-
-	bind: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		this.listenTo($(document), {
-			touchstart: this.handleTouchStart,
-			touchcancel: this.handleTouchCancel,
-			touchend: this.handleTouchEnd,
-			mousedown: this.handleMouseDown,
-			mousemove: this.handleMouseMove,
-			mouseup: this.handleMouseUp,
-			click: this.handleClick,
-			selectstart: this.handleSelectStart,
-			contextmenu: this.handleContextMenu
-		});
-
-		// because we need to call preventDefault
-		// because https://www.chromestatus.com/features/5093566007214080
-		// TODO: investigate performance because this is a global handler
-		window.addEventListener(
-			'touchmove',
-			this.handleTouchMoveProxy = function(ev) {
-				_this.handleTouchMove($.Event(ev));
-			},
-			{ passive: false } // allows preventDefault()
-		);
-
-		// attach a handler to get called when ANY scroll action happens on the page.
-		// this was impossible to do with normal on/off because 'scroll' doesn't bubble.
-		// http://stackoverflow.com/a/32954565/96342
-		window.addEventListener(
-			'scroll',
-			this.handleScrollProxy = function(ev) {
-				_this.handleScroll($.Event(ev));
-			},
-			true // useCapture
-		);
-	},
-
-	unbind: function() {
-		this.stopListeningTo($(document));
-
-		window.removeEventListener(
-			'touchmove',
-			this.handleTouchMoveProxy
-		);
-
-		window.removeEventListener(
-			'scroll',
-			this.handleScrollProxy,
-			true // useCapture
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Touch Handlers
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-	handleTouchStart: function(ev) {
-
-		// if a previous touch interaction never ended with a touchend, then implicitly end it,
-		// but since a new touch interaction is about to begin, don't start the mouse ignore period.
-		this.stopTouch(ev, true); // skipMouseIgnore=true
-
-		this.isTouching = true;
-		this.trigger('touchstart', ev);
-	},
-
-	handleTouchMove: function(ev) {
-		if (this.isTouching) {
-			this.trigger('touchmove', ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-	handleTouchCancel: function(ev) {
-		if (this.isTouching) {
-			this.trigger('touchcancel', ev);
-
-			// Have touchcancel fire an artificial touchend. That way, handlers won't need to listen to both.
-			// If touchend fires later, it won't have any effect b/c isTouching will be false.
-			this.stopTouch(ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-	handleTouchEnd: function(ev) {
-		this.stopTouch(ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Mouse Handlers
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-	handleMouseDown: function(ev) {
-		if (!this.shouldIgnoreMouse()) {
-			this.trigger('mousedown', ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-	handleMouseMove: function(ev) {
-		if (!this.shouldIgnoreMouse()) {
-			this.trigger('mousemove', ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-	handleMouseUp: function(ev) {
-		if (!this.shouldIgnoreMouse()) {
-			this.trigger('mouseup', ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-	handleClick: function(ev) {
-		if (!this.shouldIgnoreMouse()) {
-			this.trigger('click', ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Misc Handlers
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-	handleSelectStart: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('selectstart', ev);
-	},
-
-	handleContextMenu: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('contextmenu', ev);
-	},
-
-	handleScroll: function(ev) {
-		this.trigger('scroll', ev);
-	},
-
-
-	// Utils
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-	stopTouch: function(ev, skipMouseIgnore) {
-		if (this.isTouching) {
-			this.isTouching = false;
-			this.trigger('touchend', ev);
-
-			if (!skipMouseIgnore) {
-				this.startTouchMouseIgnore();
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-	startTouchMouseIgnore: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var wait = FC.touchMouseIgnoreWait;
-
-		if (wait) {
-			this.mouseIgnoreDepth++;
-			setTimeout(function() {
-				_this.mouseIgnoreDepth--;
-			}, wait);
-		}
-	},
-
-	shouldIgnoreMouse: function() {
-		return this.isTouching || Boolean(this.mouseIgnoreDepth);
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Singleton
-// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-(function() {
-	var globalEmitter = null;
-	var neededCount = 0;
-
-
-	// gets the singleton
-	GlobalEmitter.get = function() {
-
-		if (!globalEmitter) {
-			globalEmitter = new GlobalEmitter();
-			globalEmitter.bind();
-		}
-
-		return globalEmitter;
-	};
-
-
-	// called when an object knows it will need a GlobalEmitter in the near future.
-	GlobalEmitter.needed = function() {
-		GlobalEmitter.get(); // ensures globalEmitter
-		neededCount++;
-	};
-
-
-	// called when the object that originally called needed() doesn't need a GlobalEmitter anymore.
-	GlobalEmitter.unneeded = function() {
-		neededCount--;
-
-		if (!neededCount) { // nobody else needs it
-			globalEmitter.unbind();
-			globalEmitter = null;
-		}
-	};
-
-})();
-
-;;
-
-/* Creates a clone of an element and lets it track the mouse as it moves
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var MouseFollower = Class.extend(ListenerMixin, {
-
-	options: null,
-
-	sourceEl: null, // the element that will be cloned and made to look like it is dragging
-	el: null, // the clone of `sourceEl` that will track the mouse
-	parentEl: null, // the element that `el` (the clone) will be attached to
-
-	// the initial position of el, relative to the offset parent. made to match the initial offset of sourceEl
-	top0: null,
-	left0: null,
-
-	// the absolute coordinates of the initiating touch/mouse action
-	y0: null,
-	x0: null,
-
-	// the number of pixels the mouse has moved from its initial position
-	topDelta: null,
-	leftDelta: null,
-
-	isFollowing: false,
-	isHidden: false,
-	isAnimating: false, // doing the revert animation?
-
-	constructor: function(sourceEl, options) {
-		this.options = options = options || {};
-		this.sourceEl = sourceEl;
-		this.parentEl = options.parentEl ? $(options.parentEl) : sourceEl.parent(); // default to sourceEl's parent
-	},
-
-
-	// Causes the element to start following the mouse
-	start: function(ev) {
-		if (!this.isFollowing) {
-			this.isFollowing = true;
-
-			this.y0 = getEvY(ev);
-			this.x0 = getEvX(ev);
-			this.topDelta = 0;
-			this.leftDelta = 0;
-
-			if (!this.isHidden) {
-				this.updatePosition();
-			}
-
-			if (getEvIsTouch(ev)) {
-				this.listenTo($(document), 'touchmove', this.handleMove);
-			}
-			else {
-				this.listenTo($(document), 'mousemove', this.handleMove);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Causes the element to stop following the mouse. If shouldRevert is true, will animate back to original position.
-	// `callback` gets invoked when the animation is complete. If no animation, it is invoked immediately.
-	stop: function(shouldRevert, callback) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var revertDuration = this.options.revertDuration;
-
-		function complete() { // might be called by .animate(), which might change `this` context
-			_this.isAnimating = false;
-			_this.removeElement();
-
-			_this.top0 = _this.left0 = null; // reset state for future updatePosition calls
-
-			if (callback) {
-				callback();
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (this.isFollowing && !this.isAnimating) { // disallow more than one stop animation at a time
-			this.isFollowing = false;
-
-			this.stopListeningTo($(document));
-
-			if (shouldRevert && revertDuration && !this.isHidden) { // do a revert animation?
-				this.isAnimating = true;
-				this.el.animate({
-					top: this.top0,
-					left: this.left0
-				}, {
-					duration: revertDuration,
-					complete: complete
-				});
-			}
-			else {
-				complete();
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets the tracking element. Create it if necessary
-	getEl: function() {
-		var el = this.el;
-
-		if (!el) {
-			el = this.el = this.sourceEl.clone()
-				.addClass(this.options.additionalClass || '')
-				.css({
-					position: 'absolute',
-					visibility: '', // in case original element was hidden (commonly through hideEvents())
-					display: this.isHidden ? 'none' : '', // for when initially hidden
-					margin: 0,
-					right: 'auto', // erase and set width instead
-					bottom: 'auto', // erase and set height instead
-					width: this.sourceEl.width(), // explicit height in case there was a 'right' value
-					height: this.sourceEl.height(), // explicit width in case there was a 'bottom' value
-					opacity: this.options.opacity || '',
-					zIndex: this.options.zIndex
-				});
-
-			// we don't want long taps or any mouse interaction causing selection/menus.
-			// would use preventSelection(), but that prevents selectstart, causing problems.
-			el.addClass('fc-unselectable');
-
-			el.appendTo(this.parentEl);
-		}
-
-		return el;
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes the tracking element if it has already been created
-	removeElement: function() {
-		if (this.el) {
-			this.el.remove();
-			this.el = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Update the CSS position of the tracking element
-	updatePosition: function() {
-		var sourceOffset;
-		var origin;
-
-		this.getEl(); // ensure this.el
-
-		// make sure origin info was computed
-		if (this.top0 === null) {
-			sourceOffset = this.sourceEl.offset();
-			origin = this.el.offsetParent().offset();
-			this.top0 = sourceOffset.top - origin.top;
-			this.left0 = sourceOffset.left - origin.left;
-		}
-
-		this.el.css({
-			top: this.top0 + this.topDelta,
-			left: this.left0 + this.leftDelta
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Gets called when the user moves the mouse
-	handleMove: function(ev) {
-		this.topDelta = getEvY(ev) - this.y0;
-		this.leftDelta = getEvX(ev) - this.x0;
-
-		if (!this.isHidden) {
-			this.updatePosition();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Temporarily makes the tracking element invisible. Can be called before following starts
-	hide: function() {
-		if (!this.isHidden) {
-			this.isHidden = true;
-			if (this.el) {
-				this.el.hide();
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Show the tracking element after it has been temporarily hidden
-	show: function() {
-		if (this.isHidden) {
-			this.isHidden = false;
-			this.updatePosition();
-			this.getEl().show();
-		}
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* An abstract class comprised of a "grid" of areas that each represent a specific datetime
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var Grid = FC.Grid = Class.extend(ListenerMixin, {
-
-	// self-config, overridable by subclasses
-	hasDayInteractions: true, // can user click/select ranges of time?
-
-	view: null, // a View object
-	isRTL: null, // shortcut to the view's isRTL option
-
-	start: null,
-	end: null,
-
-	el: null, // the containing element
-	elsByFill: null, // a hash of jQuery element sets used for rendering each fill. Keyed by fill name.
-
-	// derived from options
-	eventTimeFormat: null,
-	displayEventTime: null,
-	displayEventEnd: null,
-
-	minResizeDuration: null, // TODO: hack. set by subclasses. minumum event resize duration
-
-	// if defined, holds the unit identified (ex: "year" or "month") that determines the level of granularity
-	// of the date areas. if not defined, assumes to be day and time granularity.
-	// TODO: port isTimeScale into same system?
-	largeUnit: null,
-
-	dayClickListener: null,
-	daySelectListener: null,
-	segDragListener: null,
-	segResizeListener: null,
-	externalDragListener: null,
-
-
-	constructor: function(view) {
-		this.view = view;
-		this.isRTL = view.opt('isRTL');
-		this.elsByFill = {};
-
-		this.dayClickListener = this.buildDayClickListener();
-		this.daySelectListener = this.buildDaySelectListener();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Generates the format string used for event time text, if not explicitly defined by 'timeFormat'
-	computeEventTimeFormat: function() {
-		return this.view.opt('smallTimeFormat');
-	},
-
-
-	// Determines whether events should have their end times displayed, if not explicitly defined by 'displayEventTime'.
-	// Only applies to non-all-day events.
-	computeDisplayEventTime: function() {
-		return true;
-	},
-
-
-	// Determines whether events should have their end times displayed, if not explicitly defined by 'displayEventEnd'
-	computeDisplayEventEnd: function() {
-		return true;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Tells the grid about what period of time to display.
-	// Any date-related internal data should be generated.
-	setRange: function(range) {
-		this.start = range.start.clone();
-		this.end = range.end.clone();
-
-		this.rangeUpdated();
-		this.processRangeOptions();
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when internal variables that rely on the range should be updated
-	rangeUpdated: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates values that rely on options and also relate to range
-	processRangeOptions: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var displayEventTime;
-		var displayEventEnd;
-
-		this.eventTimeFormat =
-			view.opt('eventTimeFormat') ||
-			view.opt('timeFormat') || // deprecated
-			this.computeEventTimeFormat();
-
-		displayEventTime = view.opt('displayEventTime');
-		if (displayEventTime == null) {
-			displayEventTime = this.computeDisplayEventTime(); // might be based off of range
-		}
-
-		displayEventEnd = view.opt('displayEventEnd');
-		if (displayEventEnd == null) {
-			displayEventEnd = this.computeDisplayEventEnd(); // might be based off of range
-		}
-
-		this.displayEventTime = displayEventTime;
-		this.displayEventEnd = displayEventEnd;
-	},
-
-
-	// Converts a span (has unzoned start/end and any other grid-specific location information)
-	// into an array of segments (pieces of events whose format is decided by the grid).
-	spanToSegs: function(span) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Diffs the two dates, returning a duration, based on granularity of the grid
-	// TODO: port isTimeScale into this system?
-	diffDates: function(a, b) {
-		if (this.largeUnit) {
-			return diffByUnit(a, b, this.largeUnit);
-		}
-		else {
-			return diffDayTime(a, b);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Hit Area
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-	hitsNeededDepth: 0, // necessary because multiple callers might need the same hits
-
-	hitsNeeded: function() {
-		if (!(this.hitsNeededDepth++)) {
-			this.prepareHits();
-		}
-	},
-
-	hitsNotNeeded: function() {
-		if (this.hitsNeededDepth && !(--this.hitsNeededDepth)) {
-			this.releaseHits();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called before one or more queryHit calls might happen. Should prepare any cached coordinates for queryHit
-	prepareHits: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when queryHit calls have subsided. Good place to clear any coordinate caches.
-	releaseHits: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// Given coordinates from the topleft of the document, return data about the date-related area underneath.
-	// Can return an object with arbitrary properties (although top/right/left/bottom are encouraged).
-	// Must have a `grid` property, a reference to this current grid. TODO: avoid this
-	// The returned object will be processed by getHitSpan and getHitEl.
-	queryHit: function(leftOffset, topOffset) {
-	},
-
-
-	// Given position-level information about a date-related area within the grid,
-	// should return an object with at least a start/end date. Can provide other information as well.
-	getHitSpan: function(hit) {
-	},
-
-
-	// Given position-level information about a date-related area within the grid,
-	// should return a jQuery element that best represents it. passed to dayClick callback.
-	getHitEl: function(hit) {
-	},
-
-
-	/* Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Sets the container element that the grid should render inside of.
-	// Does other DOM-related initializations.
-	setElement: function(el) {
-		this.el = el;
-
-		if (this.hasDayInteractions) {
-			preventSelection(el);
-
-			this.bindDayHandler('touchstart', this.dayTouchStart);
-			this.bindDayHandler('mousedown', this.dayMousedown);
-		}
-
-		// attach event-element-related handlers. in Grid.events
-		// same garbage collection note as above.
-		this.bindSegHandlers();
-
-		this.bindGlobalHandlers();
-	},
-
-
-	bindDayHandler: function(name, handler) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		// attach a handler to the grid's root element.
-		// jQuery will take care of unregistering them when removeElement gets called.
-		this.el.on(name, function(ev) {
-			if (
-				!$(ev.target).is(
-					_this.segSelector + ',' + // directly on an event element
-					_this.segSelector + ' *,' + // within an event element
-					'.fc-more,' + // a "more.." link
-					'a[data-goto]' // a clickable nav link
-				)
-			) {
-				return handler.call(_this, ev);
-			}
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes the grid's container element from the DOM. Undoes any other DOM-related attachments.
-	// DOES NOT remove any content beforehand (doesn't clear events or call unrenderDates), unlike View
-	removeElement: function() {
-		this.unbindGlobalHandlers();
-		this.clearDragListeners();
-
-		this.el.remove();
-
-		// NOTE: we don't null-out this.el for the same reasons we don't do it within View::removeElement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the basic structure of grid view before any content is rendered
-	renderSkeleton: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the grid's date-related content (like areas that represent days/times).
-	// Assumes setRange has already been called and the skeleton has already been rendered.
-	renderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the grid's date-related content
-	unrenderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Handlers
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Binds DOM handlers to elements that reside outside the grid, such as the document
-	bindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		this.listenTo($(document), {
-			dragstart: this.externalDragStart, // jqui
-			sortstart: this.externalDragStart // jqui
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Unbinds DOM handlers from elements that reside outside the grid
-	unbindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		this.stopListeningTo($(document));
-	},
-
-
-	// Process a mousedown on an element that represents a day. For day clicking and selecting.
-	dayMousedown: function(ev) {
-		var view = this.view;
-
-		// prevent a user's clickaway for unselecting a range or an event from
-		// causing a dayClick or starting an immediate new selection.
-		if (view.isSelected || view.selectedEvent) {
-			return;
-		}
-
-		this.dayClickListener.startInteraction(ev);
-
-		if (view.opt('selectable')) {
-			this.daySelectListener.startInteraction(ev, {
-				distance: view.opt('selectMinDistance')
-			});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	dayTouchStart: function(ev) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var selectLongPressDelay;
-
-		// prevent a user's clickaway for unselecting a range or an event from
-		// causing a dayClick or starting an immediate new selection.
-		if (view.isSelected || view.selectedEvent) {
-			return;
-		}
-
-		selectLongPressDelay = view.opt('selectLongPressDelay');
-		if (selectLongPressDelay == null) {
-			selectLongPressDelay = view.opt('longPressDelay'); // fallback
-		}
-
-		this.dayClickListener.startInteraction(ev);
-
-		if (view.opt('selectable')) {
-			this.daySelectListener.startInteraction(ev, {
-				delay: selectLongPressDelay
-			});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Creates a listener that tracks the user's drag across day elements, for day clicking.
-	buildDayClickListener: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var dayClickHit; // null if invalid dayClick
-
-		var dragListener = new HitDragListener(this, {
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			interactionStart: function() {
-				dayClickHit = dragListener.origHit;
-			},
-			hitOver: function(hit, isOrig, origHit) {
-				// if user dragged to another cell at any point, it can no longer be a dayClick
-				if (!isOrig) {
-					dayClickHit = null;
-				}
-			},
-			hitOut: function() { // called before mouse moves to a different hit OR moved out of all hits
-				dayClickHit = null;
-			},
-			interactionEnd: function(ev, isCancelled) {
-				if (!isCancelled && dayClickHit) {
-					view.triggerDayClick(
-						_this.getHitSpan(dayClickHit),
-						_this.getHitEl(dayClickHit),
-						ev
-					);
-				}
-			}
-		});
-
-		// because dayClickListener won't be called with any time delay, "dragging" will begin immediately,
-		// which will kill any touchmoving/scrolling. Prevent this.
-		dragListener.shouldCancelTouchScroll = false;
-
-		dragListener.scrollAlwaysKills = true;
-
-		return dragListener;
-	},
-
-
-	// Creates a listener that tracks the user's drag across day elements, for day selecting.
-	buildDaySelectListener: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var selectionSpan; // null if invalid selection
-
-		var dragListener = new HitDragListener(this, {
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			interactionStart: function() {
-				selectionSpan = null;
-			},
-			dragStart: function() {
-				view.unselect(); // since we could be rendering a new selection, we want to clear any old one
-			},
-			hitOver: function(hit, isOrig, origHit) {
-				if (origHit) { // click needs to have started on a hit
-
-					selectionSpan = _this.computeSelection(
-						_this.getHitSpan(origHit),
-						_this.getHitSpan(hit)
-					);
-
-					if (selectionSpan) {
-						_this.renderSelection(selectionSpan);
-					}
-					else if (selectionSpan === false) {
-						disableCursor();
-					}
-				}
-			},
-			hitOut: function() { // called before mouse moves to a different hit OR moved out of all hits
-				selectionSpan = null;
-				_this.unrenderSelection();
-			},
-			hitDone: function() { // called after a hitOut OR before a dragEnd
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			interactionEnd: function(ev, isCancelled) {
-				if (!isCancelled && selectionSpan) {
-					// the selection will already have been rendered. just report it
-					view.reportSelection(selectionSpan, ev);
-				}
-			}
-		});
-
-		return dragListener;
-	},
-
-
-	// Kills all in-progress dragging.
-	// Useful for when public API methods that result in re-rendering are invoked during a drag.
-	// Also useful for when touch devices misbehave and don't fire their touchend.
-	clearDragListeners: function() {
-		this.dayClickListener.endInteraction();
-		this.daySelectListener.endInteraction();
-
-		if (this.segDragListener) {
-			this.segDragListener.endInteraction(); // will clear this.segDragListener
-		}
-		if (this.segResizeListener) {
-			this.segResizeListener.endInteraction(); // will clear this.segResizeListener
-		}
-		if (this.externalDragListener) {
-			this.externalDragListener.endInteraction(); // will clear this.externalDragListener
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Helper
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// TODO: should probably move this to Grid.events, like we did event dragging / resizing
-
-
-	// Renders a mock event at the given event location, which contains zoned start/end properties.
-	// Returns all mock event elements.
-	renderEventLocationHelper: function(eventLocation, sourceSeg) {
-		var fakeEvent = this.fabricateHelperEvent(eventLocation, sourceSeg);
-
-		return this.renderHelper(fakeEvent, sourceSeg); // do the actual rendering
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds a fake event given zoned event date properties and a segment is should be inspired from.
-	// The range's end can be null, in which case the mock event that is rendered will have a null end time.
-	// `sourceSeg` is the internal segment object involved in the drag. If null, something external is dragging.
-	fabricateHelperEvent: function(eventLocation, sourceSeg) {
-		var fakeEvent = sourceSeg ? createObject(sourceSeg.event) : {}; // mask the original event object if possible
-
-		fakeEvent.start = eventLocation.start.clone();
-		fakeEvent.end = eventLocation.end ? eventLocation.end.clone() : null;
-		fakeEvent.allDay = null; // force it to be freshly computed by normalizeEventDates
-		this.view.calendar.normalizeEventDates(fakeEvent);
-
-		// this extra className will be useful for differentiating real events from mock events in CSS
-		fakeEvent.className = (fakeEvent.className || []).concat('fc-helper');
-
-		// if something external is being dragged in, don't render a resizer
-		if (!sourceSeg) {
-			fakeEvent.editable = false;
-		}
-
-		return fakeEvent;
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a mock event. Given zoned event date properties.
-	// Must return all mock event elements.
-	renderHelper: function(eventLocation, sourceSeg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a mock event
-	unrenderHelper: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Selection
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of a selection. Will highlight by default but can be overridden by subclasses.
-	// Given a span (unzoned start/end and other misc data)
-	renderSelection: function(span) {
-		this.renderHighlight(span);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indications of a selection. Will unrender a highlight by default.
-	unrenderSelection: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the first and last date-spans of a selection, returns another date-span object.
-	// Subclasses can override and provide additional data in the span object. Will be passed to renderSelection().
-	// Will return false if the selection is invalid and this should be indicated to the user.
-	// Will return null/undefined if a selection invalid but no error should be reported.
-	computeSelection: function(span0, span1) {
-		var span = this.computeSelectionSpan(span0, span1);
-
-		if (span && !this.view.calendar.isSelectionSpanAllowed(span)) {
-			return false;
-		}
-
-		return span;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given two spans, must return the combination of the two.
-	// TODO: do this separation of concerns (combining VS validation) for event dnd/resize too.
-	computeSelectionSpan: function(span0, span1) {
-		var dates = [ span0.start, span0.end, span1.start, span1.end ];
-
-		dates.sort(compareNumbers); // sorts chronologically. works with Moments
-
-		return { start: dates[0].clone(), end: dates[3].clone() };
-	},
-
-
-	/* Highlight
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders an emphasis on the given date range. Given a span (unzoned start/end and other misc data)
-	renderHighlight: function(span) {
-		this.renderFill('highlight', this.spanToSegs(span));
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the emphasis on a date range
-	unrenderHighlight: function() {
-		this.unrenderFill('highlight');
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an array of classNames for rendering the highlight. Used by the fill system.
-	highlightSegClasses: function() {
-		return [ 'fc-highlight' ];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Business Hours
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderBusinessHours: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	/* Now Indicator
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	getNowIndicatorUnit: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	renderNowIndicator: function(date) {
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderNowIndicator: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	/* Fill System (highlight, background events, business hours)
-	--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-	TODO: remove this system. like we did in TimeGrid
-	*/
-
-
-	// Renders a set of rectangles over the given segments of time.
-	// MUST RETURN a subset of segs, the segs that were actually rendered.
-	// Responsible for populating this.elsByFill. TODO: better API for expressing this requirement
-	renderFill: function(type, segs) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a specific type of fill that is currently rendered on the grid
-	unrenderFill: function(type) {
-		var el = this.elsByFill[type];
-
-		if (el) {
-			el.remove();
-			delete this.elsByFill[type];
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders and assigns an `el` property for each fill segment. Generic enough to work with different types.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	// To be harnessed by renderFill (implemented by subclasses).
-	// Analagous to renderFgSegEls.
-	renderFillSegEls: function(type, segs) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var segElMethod = this[type + 'SegEl'];
-		var html = '';
-		var renderedSegs = [];
-		var i;
-
-		if (segs.length) {
-
-			// build a large concatenation of segment HTML
-			for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-				html += this.fillSegHtml(type, segs[i]);
-			}
-
-			// Grab individual elements from the combined HTML string. Use each as the default rendering.
-			// Then, compute the 'el' for each segment.
-			$(html).each(function(i, node) {
-				var seg = segs[i];
-				var el = $(node);
-
-				// allow custom filter methods per-type
-				if (segElMethod) {
-					el = segElMethod.call(_this, seg, el);
-				}
-
-				if (el) { // custom filters did not cancel the render
-					el = $(el); // allow custom filter to return raw DOM node
-
-					// correct element type? (would be bad if a non-TD were inserted into a table for example)
-					if (el.is(_this.fillSegTag)) {
-						seg.el = el;
-						renderedSegs.push(seg);
-					}
-				}
-			});
-		}
-
-		return renderedSegs;
-	},
-
-
-	fillSegTag: 'div', // subclasses can override
-
-
-	// Builds the HTML needed for one fill segment. Generic enough to work with different types.
-	fillSegHtml: function(type, seg) {
-
-		// custom hooks per-type
-		var classesMethod = this[type + 'SegClasses'];
-		var cssMethod = this[type + 'SegCss'];
-
-		var classes = classesMethod ? classesMethod.call(this, seg) : [];
-		var css = cssToStr(cssMethod ? cssMethod.call(this, seg) : {});
-
-		return '<' + this.fillSegTag +
-			(classes.length ? ' class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' : '') +
-			(css ? ' style="' + css + '"' : '') +
-			' />';
-	},
-
-
-
-	/* Generic rendering utilities for subclasses
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes HTML classNames for a single-day element
-	getDayClasses: function(date, noThemeHighlight) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var today = view.calendar.getNow();
-		var classes = [ 'fc-' + dayIDs[date.day()] ];
-
-		if (
-			view.intervalDuration.as('months') == 1 &&
-			date.month() != view.intervalStart.month()
-		) {
-			classes.push('fc-other-month');
-		}
-
-		if (date.isSame(today, 'day')) {
-			classes.push('fc-today');
-
-			if (noThemeHighlight !== true) {
-				classes.push(view.highlightStateClass);
-			}
-		}
-		else if (date < today) {
-			classes.push('fc-past');
-		}
-		else {
-			classes.push('fc-future');
-		}
-
-		return classes;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Event-rendering and event-interaction methods for the abstract Grid class
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-Grid.mixin({
-
-	// self-config, overridable by subclasses
-	segSelector: '.fc-event-container > *', // what constitutes an event element?
-
-	mousedOverSeg: null, // the segment object the user's mouse is over. null if over nothing
-	isDraggingSeg: false, // is a segment being dragged? boolean
-	isResizingSeg: false, // is a segment being resized? boolean
-	isDraggingExternal: false, // jqui-dragging an external element? boolean
-	segs: null, // the *event* segments currently rendered in the grid. TODO: rename to `eventSegs`
-
-
-	// Renders the given events onto the grid
-	renderEvents: function(events) {
-		var bgEvents = [];
-		var fgEvents = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < events.length; i++) {
-			(isBgEvent(events[i]) ? bgEvents : fgEvents).push(events[i]);
-		}
-
-		this.segs = [].concat( // record all segs
-			this.renderBgEvents(bgEvents),
-			this.renderFgEvents(fgEvents)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	renderBgEvents: function(events) {
-		var segs = this.eventsToSegs(events);
-
-		// renderBgSegs might return a subset of segs, segs that were actually rendered
-		return this.renderBgSegs(segs) || segs;
-	},
-
-
-	renderFgEvents: function(events) {
-		var segs = this.eventsToSegs(events);
-
-		// renderFgSegs might return a subset of segs, segs that were actually rendered
-		return this.renderFgSegs(segs) || segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all events currently rendered on the grid
-	unrenderEvents: function() {
-		this.handleSegMouseout(); // trigger an eventMouseout if user's mouse is over an event
-		this.clearDragListeners();
-
-		this.unrenderFgSegs();
-		this.unrenderBgSegs();
-
-		this.segs = null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves all rendered segment objects currently rendered on the grid
-	getEventSegs: function() {
-		return this.segs || [];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Foreground Segment Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders foreground event segments onto the grid. May return a subset of segs that were rendered.
-	renderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all currently rendered foreground segments
-	unrenderFgSegs: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders and assigns an `el` property for each foreground event segment.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	// A utility that subclasses may use.
-	renderFgSegEls: function(segs, disableResizing) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var html = '';
-		var renderedSegs = [];
-		var i;
-
-		if (segs.length) { // don't build an empty html string
-
-			// build a large concatenation of event segment HTML
-			for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-				html += this.fgSegHtml(segs[i], disableResizing);
-			}
-
-			// Grab individual elements from the combined HTML string. Use each as the default rendering.
-			// Then, compute the 'el' for each segment. An el might be null if the eventRender callback returned false.
-			$(html).each(function(i, node) {
-				var seg = segs[i];
-				var el = view.resolveEventEl(seg.event, $(node));
-
-				if (el) {
-					el.data('fc-seg', seg); // used by handlers
-					seg.el = el;
-					renderedSegs.push(seg);
-				}
-			});
-		}
-
-		return renderedSegs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for the default rendering of a foreground event segment. Used by renderFgSegEls()
-	fgSegHtml: function(seg, disableResizing) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Background Segment Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders the given background event segments onto the grid.
-	// Returns a subset of the segs that were actually rendered.
-	renderBgSegs: function(segs) {
-		return this.renderFill('bgEvent', segs);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all the currently rendered background event segments
-	unrenderBgSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderFill('bgEvent');
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a background event element, given the default rendering. Called by the fill system.
-	bgEventSegEl: function(seg, el) {
-		return this.view.resolveEventEl(seg.event, el); // will filter through eventRender
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an array of classNames to be used for the default rendering of a background event.
-	// Called by fillSegHtml.
-	bgEventSegClasses: function(seg) {
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var source = event.source || {};
-
-		return [ 'fc-bgevent' ].concat(
-			event.className,
-			source.className || []
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates a semicolon-separated CSS string to be used for the default rendering of a background event.
-	// Called by fillSegHtml.
-	bgEventSegCss: function(seg) {
-		return {
-			'background-color': this.getSegSkinCss(seg)['background-color']
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an array of classNames to be used for the rendering business hours overlay. Called by the fill system.
-	// Called by fillSegHtml.
-	businessHoursSegClasses: function(seg) {
-		return [ 'fc-nonbusiness', 'fc-bgevent' ];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Business Hours
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Compute business hour segs for the grid's current date range.
-	// Caller must ask if whole-day business hours are needed.
-	// If no `businessHours` configuration value is specified, assumes the calendar default.
-	buildBusinessHourSegs: function(wholeDay, businessHours) {
-		return this.eventsToSegs(
-			this.buildBusinessHourEvents(wholeDay, businessHours)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Compute business hour *events* for the grid's current date range.
-	// Caller must ask if whole-day business hours are needed.
-	// If no `businessHours` configuration value is specified, assumes the calendar default.
-	buildBusinessHourEvents: function(wholeDay, businessHours) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var events;
-
-		if (businessHours == null) {
-			// fallback
-			// access from calendawr. don't access from view. doesn't update with dynamic options.
-			businessHours = calendar.options.businessHours;
-		}
-
-		events = calendar.computeBusinessHourEvents(wholeDay, businessHours);
-
-		// HACK. Eventually refactor business hours "events" system.
-		// If no events are given, but businessHours is activated, this means the entire visible range should be
-		// marked as *not* business-hours, via inverse-background rendering.
-		if (!events.length && businessHours) {
-			events = [
-				$.extend({}, BUSINESS_HOUR_EVENT_DEFAULTS, {
-					start: this.view.end, // guaranteed out-of-range
-					end: this.view.end,   // "
-					dow: null
-				})
-			];
-		}
-
-		return events;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Handlers
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Attaches event-element-related handlers for *all* rendered event segments of the view.
-	bindSegHandlers: function() {
-		this.bindSegHandlersToEl(this.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Attaches event-element-related handlers to an arbitrary container element. leverages bubbling.
-	bindSegHandlersToEl: function(el) {
-		this.bindSegHandlerToEl(el, 'touchstart', this.handleSegTouchStart);
-		this.bindSegHandlerToEl(el, 'mouseenter', this.handleSegMouseover);
-		this.bindSegHandlerToEl(el, 'mouseleave', this.handleSegMouseout);
-		this.bindSegHandlerToEl(el, 'mousedown', this.handleSegMousedown);
-		this.bindSegHandlerToEl(el, 'click', this.handleSegClick);
-	},
-
-
-	// Executes a handler for any a user-interaction on a segment.
-	// Handler gets called with (seg, ev), and with the `this` context of the Grid
-	bindSegHandlerToEl: function(el, name, handler) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		el.on(name, this.segSelector, function(ev) {
-			var seg = $(this).data('fc-seg'); // grab segment data. put there by View::renderEvents
-
-			// only call the handlers if there is not a drag/resize in progress
-			if (seg && !_this.isDraggingSeg && !_this.isResizingSeg) {
-				return handler.call(_this, seg, ev); // context will be the Grid
-			}
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	handleSegClick: function(seg, ev) {
-		var res = this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventClick', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev); // can return `false` to cancel
-		if (res === false) {
-			ev.preventDefault();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates internal state and triggers handlers for when an event element is moused over
-	handleSegMouseover: function(seg, ev) {
-		if (
-			!GlobalEmitter.get().shouldIgnoreMouse() &&
-			!this.mousedOverSeg
-		) {
-			this.mousedOverSeg = seg;
-			if (this.view.isEventResizable(seg.event)) {
-				seg.el.addClass('fc-allow-mouse-resize');
-			}
-			this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventMouseover', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates internal state and triggers handlers for when an event element is moused out.
-	// Can be given no arguments, in which case it will mouseout the segment that was previously moused over.
-	handleSegMouseout: function(seg, ev) {
-		ev = ev || {}; // if given no args, make a mock mouse event
-
-		if (this.mousedOverSeg) {
-			seg = seg || this.mousedOverSeg; // if given no args, use the currently moused-over segment
-			this.mousedOverSeg = null;
-			if (this.view.isEventResizable(seg.event)) {
-				seg.el.removeClass('fc-allow-mouse-resize');
-			}
-			this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventMouseout', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleSegMousedown: function(seg, ev) {
-		var isResizing = this.startSegResize(seg, ev, { distance: 5 });
-
-		if (!isResizing && this.view.isEventDraggable(seg.event)) {
-			this.buildSegDragListener(seg)
-				.startInteraction(ev, {
-					distance: 5
-				});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	handleSegTouchStart: function(seg, ev) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var isSelected = view.isEventSelected(event);
-		var isDraggable = view.isEventDraggable(event);
-		var isResizable = view.isEventResizable(event);
-		var isResizing = false;
-		var dragListener;
-		var eventLongPressDelay;
-
-		if (isSelected && isResizable) {
-			// only allow resizing of the event is selected
-			isResizing = this.startSegResize(seg, ev);
-		}
-
-		if (!isResizing && (isDraggable || isResizable)) { // allowed to be selected?
-
-			eventLongPressDelay = view.opt('eventLongPressDelay');
-			if (eventLongPressDelay == null) {
-				eventLongPressDelay = view.opt('longPressDelay'); // fallback
-			}
-
-			dragListener = isDraggable ?
-				this.buildSegDragListener(seg) :
-				this.buildSegSelectListener(seg); // seg isn't draggable, but still needs to be selected
-
-			dragListener.startInteraction(ev, { // won't start if already started
-				delay: isSelected ? 0 : eventLongPressDelay // do delay if not already selected
-			});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// returns boolean whether resizing actually started or not.
-	// assumes the seg allows resizing.
-	// `dragOptions` are optional.
-	startSegResize: function(seg, ev, dragOptions) {
-		if ($(ev.target).is('.fc-resizer')) {
-			this.buildSegResizeListener(seg, $(ev.target).is('.fc-start-resizer'))
-				.startInteraction(ev, dragOptions);
-			return true;
-		}
-		return false;
-	},
-
-
-
-	/* Event Dragging
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Builds a listener that will track user-dragging on an event segment.
-	// Generic enough to work with any type of Grid.
-	// Has side effect of setting/unsetting `segDragListener`
-	buildSegDragListener: function(seg) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var calendar = view.calendar;
-		var el = seg.el;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var isDragging;
-		var mouseFollower; // A clone of the original element that will move with the mouse
-		var dropLocation; // zoned event date properties
-
-		if (this.segDragListener) {
-			return this.segDragListener;
-		}
-
-		// Tracks mouse movement over the *view's* coordinate map. Allows dragging and dropping between subcomponents
-		// of the view.
-		var dragListener = this.segDragListener = new HitDragListener(view, {
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			subjectEl: el,
-			subjectCenter: true,
-			interactionStart: function(ev) {
-				seg.component = _this; // for renderDrag
-				isDragging = false;
-				mouseFollower = new MouseFollower(seg.el, {
-					additionalClass: 'fc-dragging',
-					parentEl: view.el,
-					opacity: dragListener.isTouch ? null : view.opt('dragOpacity'),
-					revertDuration: view.opt('dragRevertDuration'),
-					zIndex: 2 // one above the .fc-view
-				});
-				mouseFollower.hide(); // don't show until we know this is a real drag
-				mouseFollower.start(ev);
-			},
-			dragStart: function(ev) {
-				if (dragListener.isTouch && !view.isEventSelected(event)) {
-					// if not previously selected, will fire after a delay. then, select the event
-					view.selectEvent(event);
-				}
-				isDragging = true;
-				_this.handleSegMouseout(seg, ev); // ensure a mouseout on the manipulated event has been reported
-				_this.segDragStart(seg, ev);
-				view.hideEvent(event); // hide all event segments. our mouseFollower will take over
-			},
-			hitOver: function(hit, isOrig, origHit) {
-				var dragHelperEls;
-
-				// starting hit could be forced (DayGrid.limit)
-				if (seg.hit) {
-					origHit = seg.hit;
-				}
-
-				// since we are querying the parent view, might not belong to this grid
-				dropLocation = _this.computeEventDrop(
-					origHit.component.getHitSpan(origHit),
-					hit.component.getHitSpan(hit),
-					event
-				);
-
-				if (dropLocation && !calendar.isEventSpanAllowed(_this.eventToSpan(dropLocation), event)) {
-					disableCursor();
-					dropLocation = null;
-				}
-
-				// if a valid drop location, have the subclass render a visual indication
-				if (dropLocation && (dragHelperEls = view.renderDrag(dropLocation, seg))) {
-
-					dragHelperEls.addClass('fc-dragging');
-					if (!dragListener.isTouch) {
-						_this.applyDragOpacity(dragHelperEls);
-					}
-
-					mouseFollower.hide(); // if the subclass is already using a mock event "helper", hide our own
-				}
-				else {
-					mouseFollower.show(); // otherwise, have the helper follow the mouse (no snapping)
-				}
-
-				if (isOrig) {
-					dropLocation = null; // needs to have moved hits to be a valid drop
-				}
-			},
-			hitOut: function() { // called before mouse moves to a different hit OR moved out of all hits
-				view.unrenderDrag(); // unrender whatever was done in renderDrag
-				mouseFollower.show(); // show in case we are moving out of all hits
-				dropLocation = null;
-			},
-			hitDone: function() { // Called after a hitOut OR before a dragEnd
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			interactionEnd: function(ev) {
-				delete seg.component; // prevent side effects
-
-				// do revert animation if hasn't changed. calls a callback when finished (whether animation or not)
-				mouseFollower.stop(!dropLocation, function() {
-					if (isDragging) {
-						view.unrenderDrag();
-						_this.segDragStop(seg, ev);
-					}
-
-					if (dropLocation) {
-						// no need to re-show original, will rerender all anyways. esp important if eventRenderWait
-						view.reportSegDrop(seg, dropLocation, _this.largeUnit, el, ev);
-					}
-					else {
-						view.showEvent(event);
-					}
-				});
-				_this.segDragListener = null;
-			}
-		});
-
-		return dragListener;
-	},
-
-
-	// seg isn't draggable, but let's use a generic DragListener
-	// simply for the delay, so it can be selected.
-	// Has side effect of setting/unsetting `segDragListener`
-	buildSegSelectListener: function(seg) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-
-		if (this.segDragListener) {
-			return this.segDragListener;
-		}
-
-		var dragListener = this.segDragListener = new DragListener({
-			dragStart: function(ev) {
-				if (dragListener.isTouch && !view.isEventSelected(event)) {
-					// if not previously selected, will fire after a delay. then, select the event
-					view.selectEvent(event);
-				}
-			},
-			interactionEnd: function(ev) {
-				_this.segDragListener = null;
-			}
-		});
-
-		return dragListener;
-	},
-
-
-	// Called before event segment dragging starts
-	segDragStart: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isDraggingSeg = true;
-		this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventDragStart', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after event segment dragging stops
-	segDragStop: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isDraggingSeg = false;
-		this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventDragStop', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the spans an event drag began, and the span event was dropped, calculates the new zoned start/end/allDay
-	// values for the event. Subclasses may override and set additional properties to be used by renderDrag.
-	// A falsy returned value indicates an invalid drop.
-	// DOES NOT consider overlap/constraint.
-	computeEventDrop: function(startSpan, endSpan, event) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var dragStart = startSpan.start;
-		var dragEnd = endSpan.start;
-		var delta;
-		var dropLocation; // zoned event date properties
-
-		if (dragStart.hasTime() === dragEnd.hasTime()) {
-			delta = this.diffDates(dragEnd, dragStart);
-
-			// if an all-day event was in a timed area and it was dragged to a different time,
-			// guarantee an end and adjust start/end to have times
-			if (event.allDay && durationHasTime(delta)) {
-				dropLocation = {
-					start: event.start.clone(),
-					end: calendar.getEventEnd(event), // will be an ambig day
-					allDay: false // for normalizeEventTimes
-				};
-				calendar.normalizeEventTimes(dropLocation);
-			}
-			// othewise, work off existing values
-			else {
-				dropLocation = pluckEventDateProps(event);
-			}
-
-			dropLocation.start.add(delta);
-			if (dropLocation.end) {
-				dropLocation.end.add(delta);
-			}
-		}
-		else {
-			// if switching from day <-> timed, start should be reset to the dropped date, and the end cleared
-			dropLocation = {
-				start: dragEnd.clone(),
-				end: null, // end should be cleared
-				allDay: !dragEnd.hasTime()
-			};
-		}
-
-		return dropLocation;
-	},
-
-
-	// Utility for apply dragOpacity to a jQuery set
-	applyDragOpacity: function(els) {
-		var opacity = this.view.opt('dragOpacity');
-
-		if (opacity != null) {
-			els.css('opacity', opacity);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* External Element Dragging
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Called when a jQuery UI drag is initiated anywhere in the DOM
-	externalDragStart: function(ev, ui) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var el;
-		var accept;
-
-		if (view.opt('droppable')) { // only listen if this setting is on
-			el = $((ui ? ui.item : null) || ev.target);
-
-			// Test that the dragged element passes the dropAccept selector or filter function.
-			// FYI, the default is "*" (matches all)
-			accept = view.opt('dropAccept');
-			if ($.isFunction(accept) ? accept.call(el[0], el) : el.is(accept)) {
-				if (!this.isDraggingExternal) { // prevent double-listening if fired twice
-					this.listenToExternalDrag(el, ev, ui);
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Called when a jQuery UI drag starts and it needs to be monitored for dropping
-	listenToExternalDrag: function(el, ev, ui) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var meta = getDraggedElMeta(el); // extra data about event drop, including possible event to create
-		var dropLocation; // a null value signals an unsuccessful drag
-
-		// listener that tracks mouse movement over date-associated pixel regions
-		var dragListener = _this.externalDragListener = new HitDragListener(this, {
-			interactionStart: function() {
-				_this.isDraggingExternal = true;
-			},
-			hitOver: function(hit) {
-				dropLocation = _this.computeExternalDrop(
-					hit.component.getHitSpan(hit), // since we are querying the parent view, might not belong to this grid
-					meta
-				);
-
-				if ( // invalid hit?
-					dropLocation &&
-					!calendar.isExternalSpanAllowed(_this.eventToSpan(dropLocation), dropLocation, meta.eventProps)
-				) {
-					disableCursor();
-					dropLocation = null;
-				}
-
-				if (dropLocation) {
-					_this.renderDrag(dropLocation); // called without a seg parameter
-				}
-			},
-			hitOut: function() {
-				dropLocation = null; // signal unsuccessful
-			},
-			hitDone: function() { // Called after a hitOut OR before a dragEnd
-				enableCursor();
-				_this.unrenderDrag();
-			},
-			interactionEnd: function(ev) {
-				if (dropLocation) { // element was dropped on a valid hit
-					_this.view.reportExternalDrop(meta, dropLocation, el, ev, ui);
-				}
-				_this.isDraggingExternal = false;
-				_this.externalDragListener = null;
-			}
-		});
-
-		dragListener.startDrag(ev); // start listening immediately
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a hit to be dropped upon, and misc data associated with the jqui drag (guaranteed to be a plain object),
-	// returns the zoned start/end dates for the event that would result from the hypothetical drop. end might be null.
-	// Returning a null value signals an invalid drop hit.
-	// DOES NOT consider overlap/constraint.
-	computeExternalDrop: function(span, meta) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var dropLocation = {
-			start: calendar.applyTimezone(span.start), // simulate a zoned event start date
-			end: null
-		};
-
-		// if dropped on an all-day span, and element's metadata specified a time, set it
-		if (meta.startTime && !dropLocation.start.hasTime()) {
-			dropLocation.start.time(meta.startTime);
-		}
-
-		if (meta.duration) {
-			dropLocation.end = dropLocation.start.clone().add(meta.duration);
-		}
-
-		return dropLocation;
-	},
-
-
-
-	/* Drag Rendering (for both events and an external elements)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event or external element being dragged.
-	// `dropLocation` contains hypothetical start/end/allDay values the event would have if dropped. end can be null.
-	// `seg` is the internal segment object that is being dragged. If dragging an external element, `seg` is null.
-	// A truthy returned value indicates this method has rendered a helper element.
-	// Must return elements used for any mock events.
-	renderDrag: function(dropLocation, seg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event or external element being dragged
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Resizing
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Creates a listener that tracks the user as they resize an event segment.
-	// Generic enough to work with any type of Grid.
-	buildSegResizeListener: function(seg, isStart) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var calendar = view.calendar;
-		var el = seg.el;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var eventEnd = calendar.getEventEnd(event);
-		var isDragging;
-		var resizeLocation; // zoned event date properties. falsy if invalid resize
-
-		// Tracks mouse movement over the *grid's* coordinate map
-		var dragListener = this.segResizeListener = new HitDragListener(this, {
-			scroll: view.opt('dragScroll'),
-			subjectEl: el,
-			interactionStart: function() {
-				isDragging = false;
-			},
-			dragStart: function(ev) {
-				isDragging = true;
-				_this.handleSegMouseout(seg, ev); // ensure a mouseout on the manipulated event has been reported
-				_this.segResizeStart(seg, ev);
-			},
-			hitOver: function(hit, isOrig, origHit) {
-				var origHitSpan = _this.getHitSpan(origHit);
-				var hitSpan = _this.getHitSpan(hit);
-
-				resizeLocation = isStart ?
-					_this.computeEventStartResize(origHitSpan, hitSpan, event) :
-					_this.computeEventEndResize(origHitSpan, hitSpan, event);
-
-				if (resizeLocation) {
-					if (!calendar.isEventSpanAllowed(_this.eventToSpan(resizeLocation), event)) {
-						disableCursor();
-						resizeLocation = null;
-					}
-					// no change? (FYI, event dates might have zones)
-					else if (
-						resizeLocation.start.isSame(event.start.clone().stripZone()) &&
-						resizeLocation.end.isSame(eventEnd.clone().stripZone())
-					) {
-						resizeLocation = null;
-					}
-				}
-
-				if (resizeLocation) {
-					view.hideEvent(event);
-					_this.renderEventResize(resizeLocation, seg);
-				}
-			},
-			hitOut: function() { // called before mouse moves to a different hit OR moved out of all hits
-				resizeLocation = null;
-				view.showEvent(event); // for when out-of-bounds. show original
-			},
-			hitDone: function() { // resets the rendering to show the original event
-				_this.unrenderEventResize();
-				enableCursor();
-			},
-			interactionEnd: function(ev) {
-				if (isDragging) {
-					_this.segResizeStop(seg, ev);
-				}
-
-				if (resizeLocation) { // valid date to resize to?
-					// no need to re-show original, will rerender all anyways. esp important if eventRenderWait
-					view.reportSegResize(seg, resizeLocation, _this.largeUnit, el, ev);
-				}
-				else {
-					view.showEvent(event);
-				}
-				_this.segResizeListener = null;
-			}
-		});
-
-		return dragListener;
-	},
-
-
-	// Called before event segment resizing starts
-	segResizeStart: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isResizingSeg = true;
-		this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventResizeStart', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Called after event segment resizing stops
-	segResizeStop: function(seg, ev) {
-		this.isResizingSeg = false;
-		this.view.publiclyTrigger('eventResizeStop', seg.el[0], seg.event, ev, {}); // last argument is jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns new date-information for an event segment being resized from its start
-	computeEventStartResize: function(startSpan, endSpan, event) {
-		return this.computeEventResize('start', startSpan, endSpan, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns new date-information for an event segment being resized from its end
-	computeEventEndResize: function(startSpan, endSpan, event) {
-		return this.computeEventResize('end', startSpan, endSpan, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns new zoned date information for an event segment being resized from its start OR end
-	// `type` is either 'start' or 'end'.
-	// DOES NOT consider overlap/constraint.
-	computeEventResize: function(type, startSpan, endSpan, event) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var delta = this.diffDates(endSpan[type], startSpan[type]);
-		var resizeLocation; // zoned event date properties
-		var defaultDuration;
-
-		// build original values to work from, guaranteeing a start and end
-		resizeLocation = {
-			start: event.start.clone(),
-			end: calendar.getEventEnd(event),
-			allDay: event.allDay
-		};
-
-		// if an all-day event was in a timed area and was resized to a time, adjust start/end to have times
-		if (resizeLocation.allDay && durationHasTime(delta)) {
-			resizeLocation.allDay = false;
-			calendar.normalizeEventTimes(resizeLocation);
-		}
-
-		resizeLocation[type].add(delta); // apply delta to start or end
-
-		// if the event was compressed too small, find a new reasonable duration for it
-		if (!resizeLocation.start.isBefore(resizeLocation.end)) {
-
-			defaultDuration =
-				this.minResizeDuration || // TODO: hack
-				(event.allDay ?
-					calendar.defaultAllDayEventDuration :
-					calendar.defaultTimedEventDuration);
-
-			if (type == 'start') { // resizing the start?
-				resizeLocation.start = resizeLocation.end.clone().subtract(defaultDuration);
-			}
-			else { // resizing the end?
-				resizeLocation.end = resizeLocation.start.clone().add(defaultDuration);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return resizeLocation;
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being resized.
-	// `range` has the updated dates of the event. `seg` is the original segment object involved in the drag.
-	// Must return elements used for any mock events.
-	renderEventResize: function(range, seg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event being resized.
-	unrenderEventResize: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Rendering Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Compute the text that should be displayed on an event's element.
-	// `range` can be the Event object itself, or something range-like, with at least a `start`.
-	// If event times are disabled, or the event has no time, will return a blank string.
-	// If not specified, formatStr will default to the eventTimeFormat setting,
-	// and displayEnd will default to the displayEventEnd setting.
-	getEventTimeText: function(range, formatStr, displayEnd) {
-
-		if (formatStr == null) {
-			formatStr = this.eventTimeFormat;
-		}
-
-		if (displayEnd == null) {
-			displayEnd = this.displayEventEnd;
-		}
-
-		if (this.displayEventTime && range.start.hasTime()) {
-			if (displayEnd && range.end) {
-				return this.view.formatRange(range, formatStr);
-			}
-			else {
-				return range.start.format(formatStr);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return '';
-	},
-
-
-	// Generic utility for generating the HTML classNames for an event segment's element
-	getSegClasses: function(seg, isDraggable, isResizable) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var classes = [
-			'fc-event',
-			seg.isStart ? 'fc-start' : 'fc-not-start',
-			seg.isEnd ? 'fc-end' : 'fc-not-end'
-		].concat(this.getSegCustomClasses(seg));
-
-		if (isDraggable) {
-			classes.push('fc-draggable');
-		}
-		if (isResizable) {
-			classes.push('fc-resizable');
-		}
-
-		// event is currently selected? attach a className.
-		if (view.isEventSelected(seg.event)) {
-			classes.push('fc-selected');
-		}
-
-		return classes;
-	},
-
-
-	// List of classes that were defined by the caller of the API in some way
-	getSegCustomClasses: function(seg) {
-		var event = seg.event;
-
-		return [].concat(
-			event.className, // guaranteed to be an array
-			event.source ? event.source.className : []
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Utility for generating event skin-related CSS properties
-	getSegSkinCss: function(seg) {
-		return {
-			'background-color': this.getSegBackgroundColor(seg),
-			'border-color': this.getSegBorderColor(seg),
-			color: this.getSegTextColor(seg)
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries for caller-specified color, then falls back to default
-	getSegBackgroundColor: function(seg) {
-		return seg.event.backgroundColor ||
-			seg.event.color ||
-			this.getSegDefaultBackgroundColor(seg);
-	},
-
-
-	getSegDefaultBackgroundColor: function(seg) {
-		var source = seg.event.source || {};
-
-		return source.backgroundColor ||
-			source.color ||
-			this.view.opt('eventBackgroundColor') ||
-			this.view.opt('eventColor');
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries for caller-specified color, then falls back to default
-	getSegBorderColor: function(seg) {
-		return seg.event.borderColor ||
-			seg.event.color ||
-			this.getSegDefaultBorderColor(seg);
-	},
-
-
-	getSegDefaultBorderColor: function(seg) {
-		var source = seg.event.source || {};
-
-		return source.borderColor ||
-			source.color ||
-			this.view.opt('eventBorderColor') ||
-			this.view.opt('eventColor');
-	},
-
-
-	// Queries for caller-specified color, then falls back to default
-	getSegTextColor: function(seg) {
-		return seg.event.textColor ||
-			this.getSegDefaultTextColor(seg);
-	},
-
-
-	getSegDefaultTextColor: function(seg) {
-		var source = seg.event.source || {};
-
-		return source.textColor ||
-			this.view.opt('eventTextColor');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Converting events -> eventRange -> eventSpan -> eventSegs
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Generates an array of segments for the given single event
-	// Can accept an event "location" as well (which only has start/end and no allDay)
-	eventToSegs: function(event) {
-		return this.eventsToSegs([ event ]);
-	},
-
-
-	eventToSpan: function(event) {
-		return this.eventToSpans(event)[0];
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates spans (always unzoned) for the given event.
-	// Does not do any inverting for inverse-background events.
-	// Can accept an event "location" as well (which only has start/end and no allDay)
-	eventToSpans: function(event) {
-		var range = this.eventToRange(event);
-		return this.eventRangeToSpans(range, event);
-	},
-
-
-
-	// Converts an array of event objects into an array of event segment objects.
-	// A custom `segSliceFunc` may be given for arbitrarily slicing up events.
-	// Doesn't guarantee an order for the resulting array.
-	eventsToSegs: function(allEvents, segSliceFunc) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var eventsById = groupEventsById(allEvents);
-		var segs = [];
-
-		$.each(eventsById, function(id, events) {
-			var ranges = [];
-			var i;
-
-			for (i = 0; i < events.length; i++) {
-				ranges.push(_this.eventToRange(events[i]));
-			}
-
-			// inverse-background events (utilize only the first event in calculations)
-			if (isInverseBgEvent(events[0])) {
-				ranges = _this.invertRanges(ranges);
-
-				for (i = 0; i < ranges.length; i++) {
-					segs.push.apply(segs, // append to
-						_this.eventRangeToSegs(ranges[i], events[0], segSliceFunc));
-				}
-			}
-			// normal event ranges
-			else {
-				for (i = 0; i < ranges.length; i++) {
-					segs.push.apply(segs, // append to
-						_this.eventRangeToSegs(ranges[i], events[i], segSliceFunc));
-				}
-			}
-		});
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the unzoned start/end dates an event appears to occupy
-	// Can accept an event "location" as well (which only has start/end and no allDay)
-	eventToRange: function(event) {
-		var calendar = this.view.calendar;
-		var start = event.start.clone().stripZone();
-		var end = (
-				event.end ?
-					event.end.clone() :
-					// derive the end from the start and allDay. compute allDay if necessary
-					calendar.getDefaultEventEnd(
-						event.allDay != null ?
-							event.allDay :
-							!event.start.hasTime(),
-						event.start
-					)
-			).stripZone();
-
-		// hack: dynamic locale change forgets to upate stored event localed
-		calendar.localizeMoment(start);
-		calendar.localizeMoment(end);
-
-		return { start: start, end: end };
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an event's range (unzoned start/end), and the event itself,
-	// slice into segments (using the segSliceFunc function if specified)
-	eventRangeToSegs: function(range, event, segSliceFunc) {
-		var spans = this.eventRangeToSpans(range, event);
-		var segs = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < spans.length; i++) {
-			segs.push.apply(segs, // append to
-				this.eventSpanToSegs(spans[i], event, segSliceFunc));
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an event's unzoned date range, return an array of "span" objects.
-	// Subclasses can override.
-	eventRangeToSpans: function(range, event) {
-		return [ $.extend({}, range) ]; // copy into a single-item array
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an event's span (unzoned start/end and other misc data), and the event itself,
-	// slices into segments and attaches event-derived properties to them.
-	eventSpanToSegs: function(span, event, segSliceFunc) {
-		var segs = segSliceFunc ? segSliceFunc(span) : this.spanToSegs(span);
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			seg.event = event;
-			seg.eventStartMS = +span.start; // TODO: not the best name after making spans unzoned
-			seg.eventDurationMS = span.end - span.start;
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Produces a new array of range objects that will cover all the time NOT covered by the given ranges.
-	// SIDE EFFECT: will mutate the given array and will use its date references.
-	invertRanges: function(ranges) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var viewStart = view.start.clone(); // need a copy
-		var viewEnd = view.end.clone(); // need a copy
-		var inverseRanges = [];
-		var start = viewStart; // the end of the previous range. the start of the new range
-		var i, range;
-
-		// ranges need to be in order. required for our date-walking algorithm
-		ranges.sort(compareRanges);
-
-		for (i = 0; i < ranges.length; i++) {
-			range = ranges[i];
-
-			// add the span of time before the event (if there is any)
-			if (range.start > start) { // compare millisecond time (skip any ambig logic)
-				inverseRanges.push({
-					start: start,
-					end: range.start
-				});
-			}
-
-			start = range.end;
-		}
-
-		// add the span of time after the last event (if there is any)
-		if (start < viewEnd) { // compare millisecond time (skip any ambig logic)
-			inverseRanges.push({
-				start: start,
-				end: viewEnd
-			});
-		}
-
-		return inverseRanges;
-	},
-
-
-	sortEventSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs.sort(proxy(this, 'compareEventSegs'));
-	},
-
-
-	// A cmp function for determining which segments should take visual priority
-	compareEventSegs: function(seg1, seg2) {
-		return seg1.eventStartMS - seg2.eventStartMS || // earlier events go first
-			seg2.eventDurationMS - seg1.eventDurationMS || // tie? longer events go first
-			seg2.event.allDay - seg1.event.allDay || // tie? put all-day events first (booleans cast to 0/1)
-			compareByFieldSpecs(seg1.event, seg2.event, this.view.eventOrderSpecs);
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-/* Utilities
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-function pluckEventDateProps(event) {
-	return {
-		start: event.start.clone(),
-		end: event.end ? event.end.clone() : null,
-		allDay: event.allDay // keep it the same
-	};
-}
-FC.pluckEventDateProps = pluckEventDateProps;
-
-
-function isBgEvent(event) { // returns true if background OR inverse-background
-	var rendering = getEventRendering(event);
-	return rendering === 'background' || rendering === 'inverse-background';
-}
-FC.isBgEvent = isBgEvent; // export
-
-
-function isInverseBgEvent(event) {
-	return getEventRendering(event) === 'inverse-background';
-}
-
-
-function getEventRendering(event) {
-	return firstDefined((event.source || {}).rendering, event.rendering);
-}
-
-
-function groupEventsById(events) {
-	var eventsById = {};
-	var i, event;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < events.length; i++) {
-		event = events[i];
-		(eventsById[event._id] || (eventsById[event._id] = [])).push(event);
-	}
-
-	return eventsById;
-}
-
-
-// A cmp function for determining which non-inverted "ranges" (see above) happen earlier
-function compareRanges(range1, range2) {
-	return range1.start - range2.start; // earlier ranges go first
-}
-
-
-/* External-Dragging-Element Data
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-// Require all HTML5 data-* attributes used by FullCalendar to have this prefix.
-// A value of '' will query attributes like data-event. A value of 'fc' will query attributes like data-fc-event.
-FC.dataAttrPrefix = '';
-
-// Given a jQuery element that might represent a dragged FullCalendar event, returns an intermediate data structure
-// to be used for Event Object creation.
-// A defined `.eventProps`, even when empty, indicates that an event should be created.
-function getDraggedElMeta(el) {
-	var prefix = FC.dataAttrPrefix;
-	var eventProps; // properties for creating the event, not related to date/time
-	var startTime; // a Duration
-	var duration;
-	var stick;
-
-	if (prefix) { prefix += '-'; }
-	eventProps = el.data(prefix + 'event') || null;
-
-	if (eventProps) {
-		if (typeof eventProps === 'object') {
-			eventProps = $.extend({}, eventProps); // make a copy
-		}
-		else { // something like 1 or true. still signal event creation
-			eventProps = {};
-		}
-
-		// pluck special-cased date/time properties
-		startTime = eventProps.start;
-		if (startTime == null) { startTime = eventProps.time; } // accept 'time' as well
-		duration = eventProps.duration;
-		stick = eventProps.stick;
-		delete eventProps.start;
-		delete eventProps.time;
-		delete eventProps.duration;
-		delete eventProps.stick;
-	}
-
-	// fallback to standalone attribute values for each of the date/time properties
-	if (startTime == null) { startTime = el.data(prefix + 'start'); }
-	if (startTime == null) { startTime = el.data(prefix + 'time'); } // accept 'time' as well
-	if (duration == null) { duration = el.data(prefix + 'duration'); }
-	if (stick == null) { stick = el.data(prefix + 'stick'); }
-
-	// massage into correct data types
-	startTime = startTime != null ? moment.duration(startTime) : null;
-	duration = duration != null ? moment.duration(duration) : null;
-	stick = Boolean(stick);
-
-	return { eventProps: eventProps, startTime: startTime, duration: duration, stick: stick };
-}
-
-
-;;
-
-/*
-A set of rendering and date-related methods for a visual component comprised of one or more rows of day columns.
-Prerequisite: the object being mixed into needs to be a *Grid*
-*/
-var DayTableMixin = FC.DayTableMixin = {
-
-	breakOnWeeks: false, // should create a new row for each week?
-	dayDates: null, // whole-day dates for each column. left to right
-	dayIndices: null, // for each day from start, the offset
-	daysPerRow: null,
-	rowCnt: null,
-	colCnt: null,
-	colHeadFormat: null,
-
-
-	// Populates internal variables used for date calculation and rendering
-	updateDayTable: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var date = this.start.clone();
-		var dayIndex = -1;
-		var dayIndices = [];
-		var dayDates = [];
-		var daysPerRow;
-		var firstDay;
-		var rowCnt;
-
-		while (date.isBefore(this.end)) { // loop each day from start to end
-			if (view.isHiddenDay(date)) {
-				dayIndices.push(dayIndex + 0.5); // mark that it's between indices
-			}
-			else {
-				dayIndex++;
-				dayIndices.push(dayIndex);
-				dayDates.push(date.clone());
-			}
-			date.add(1, 'days');
-		}
-
-		if (this.breakOnWeeks) {
-			// count columns until the day-of-week repeats
-			firstDay = dayDates[0].day();
-			for (daysPerRow = 1; daysPerRow < dayDates.length; daysPerRow++) {
-				if (dayDates[daysPerRow].day() == firstDay) {
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-			rowCnt = Math.ceil(dayDates.length / daysPerRow);
-		}
-		else {
-			rowCnt = 1;
-			daysPerRow = dayDates.length;
-		}
-
-		this.dayDates = dayDates;
-		this.dayIndices = dayIndices;
-		this.daysPerRow = daysPerRow;
-		this.rowCnt = rowCnt;
-
-		this.updateDayTableCols();
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes and assigned the colCnt property and updates any options that may be computed from it
-	updateDayTableCols: function() {
-		this.colCnt = this.computeColCnt();
-		this.colHeadFormat = this.view.opt('columnFormat') || this.computeColHeadFormat();
-	},
-
-
-	// Determines how many columns there should be in the table
-	computeColCnt: function() {
-		return this.daysPerRow;
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the ambiguously-timed moment for the given cell
-	getCellDate: function(row, col) {
-		return this.dayDates[
-				this.getCellDayIndex(row, col)
-			].clone();
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the ambiguously-timed date range for the given cell
-	getCellRange: function(row, col) {
-		var start = this.getCellDate(row, col);
-		var end = start.clone().add(1, 'days');
-
-		return { start: start, end: end };
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns the number of day cells, chronologically, from the first of the grid (0-based)
-	getCellDayIndex: function(row, col) {
-		return row * this.daysPerRow + this.getColDayIndex(col);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns the numner of day cells, chronologically, from the first cell in *any given row*
-	getColDayIndex: function(col) {
-		if (this.isRTL) {
-			return this.colCnt - 1 - col;
-		}
-		else {
-			return col;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a date, returns its chronolocial cell-index from the first cell of the grid.
-	// If the date lies between cells (because of hiddenDays), returns a floating-point value between offsets.
-	// If before the first offset, returns a negative number.
-	// If after the last offset, returns an offset past the last cell offset.
-	// Only works for *start* dates of cells. Will not work for exclusive end dates for cells.
-	getDateDayIndex: function(date) {
-		var dayIndices = this.dayIndices;
-		var dayOffset = date.diff(this.start, 'days');
-
-		if (dayOffset < 0) {
-			return dayIndices[0] - 1;
-		}
-		else if (dayOffset >= dayIndices.length) {
-			return dayIndices[dayIndices.length - 1] + 1;
-		}
-		else {
-			return dayIndices[dayOffset];
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes a default column header formatting string if `colFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeColHeadFormat: function() {
-		// if more than one week row, or if there are a lot of columns with not much space,
-		// put just the day numbers will be in each cell
-		if (this.rowCnt > 1 || this.colCnt > 10) {
-			return 'ddd'; // "Sat"
-		}
-		// multiple days, so full single date string WON'T be in title text
-		else if (this.colCnt > 1) {
-			return this.view.opt('dayOfMonthFormat'); // "Sat 12/10"
-		}
-		// single day, so full single date string will probably be in title text
-		else {
-			return 'dddd'; // "Saturday"
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Slicing
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Slices up a date range into a segment for every week-row it intersects with
-	sliceRangeByRow: function(range) {
-		var daysPerRow = this.daysPerRow;
-		var normalRange = this.view.computeDayRange(range); // make whole-day range, considering nextDayThreshold
-		var rangeFirst = this.getDateDayIndex(normalRange.start); // inclusive first index
-		var rangeLast = this.getDateDayIndex(normalRange.end.clone().subtract(1, 'days')); // inclusive last index
-		var segs = [];
-		var row;
-		var rowFirst, rowLast; // inclusive day-index range for current row
-		var segFirst, segLast; // inclusive day-index range for segment
-
-		for (row = 0; row < this.rowCnt; row++) {
-			rowFirst = row * daysPerRow;
-			rowLast = rowFirst + daysPerRow - 1;
-
-			// intersect segment's offset range with the row's
-			segFirst = Math.max(rangeFirst, rowFirst);
-			segLast = Math.min(rangeLast, rowLast);
-
-			// deal with in-between indices
-			segFirst = Math.ceil(segFirst); // in-between starts round to next cell
-			segLast = Math.floor(segLast); // in-between ends round to prev cell
-
-			if (segFirst <= segLast) { // was there any intersection with the current row?
-				segs.push({
-					row: row,
-
-					// normalize to start of row
-					firstRowDayIndex: segFirst - rowFirst,
-					lastRowDayIndex: segLast - rowFirst,
-
-					// must be matching integers to be the segment's start/end
-					isStart: segFirst === rangeFirst,
-					isEnd: segLast === rangeLast
-				});
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Slices up a date range into a segment for every day-cell it intersects with.
-	// TODO: make more DRY with sliceRangeByRow somehow.
-	sliceRangeByDay: function(range) {
-		var daysPerRow = this.daysPerRow;
-		var normalRange = this.view.computeDayRange(range); // make whole-day range, considering nextDayThreshold
-		var rangeFirst = this.getDateDayIndex(normalRange.start); // inclusive first index
-		var rangeLast = this.getDateDayIndex(normalRange.end.clone().subtract(1, 'days')); // inclusive last index
-		var segs = [];
-		var row;
-		var rowFirst, rowLast; // inclusive day-index range for current row
-		var i;
-		var segFirst, segLast; // inclusive day-index range for segment
-
-		for (row = 0; row < this.rowCnt; row++) {
-			rowFirst = row * daysPerRow;
-			rowLast = rowFirst + daysPerRow - 1;
-
-			for (i = rowFirst; i <= rowLast; i++) {
-
-				// intersect segment's offset range with the row's
-				segFirst = Math.max(rangeFirst, i);
-				segLast = Math.min(rangeLast, i);
-
-				// deal with in-between indices
-				segFirst = Math.ceil(segFirst); // in-between starts round to next cell
-				segLast = Math.floor(segLast); // in-between ends round to prev cell
-
-				if (segFirst <= segLast) { // was there any intersection with the current row?
-					segs.push({
-						row: row,
-
-						// normalize to start of row
-						firstRowDayIndex: segFirst - rowFirst,
-						lastRowDayIndex: segLast - rowFirst,
-
-						// must be matching integers to be the segment's start/end
-						isStart: segFirst === rangeFirst,
-						isEnd: segLast === rangeLast
-					});
-				}
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Header Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderHeadHtml: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-
-		return '' +
-			'<div class="fc-row ' + view.widgetHeaderClass + '">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					'<thead>' +
-						this.renderHeadTrHtml() +
-					'</thead>' +
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>';
-	},
-
-
-	renderHeadIntroHtml: function() {
-		return this.renderIntroHtml(); // fall back to generic
-	},
-
-
-	renderHeadTrHtml: function() {
-		return '' +
-			'<tr>' +
-				(this.isRTL ? '' : this.renderHeadIntroHtml()) +
-				this.renderHeadDateCellsHtml() +
-				(this.isRTL ? this.renderHeadIntroHtml() : '') +
-			'</tr>';
-	},
-
-
-	renderHeadDateCellsHtml: function() {
-		var htmls = [];
-		var col, date;
-
-		for (col = 0; col < this.colCnt; col++) {
-			date = this.getCellDate(0, col);
-			htmls.push(this.renderHeadDateCellHtml(date));
-		}
-
-		return htmls.join('');
-	},
-
-
-	// TODO: when internalApiVersion, accept an object for HTML attributes
-	// (colspan should be no different)
-	renderHeadDateCellHtml: function(date, colspan, otherAttrs) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var classNames = [
-			'fc-day-header',
-			view.widgetHeaderClass
-		];
-
-		// if only one row of days, the classNames on the header can represent the specific days beneath
-		if (this.rowCnt === 1) {
-			classNames = classNames.concat(
-				// includes the day-of-week class
-				// noThemeHighlight=true (don't highlight the header)
-				this.getDayClasses(date, true)
-			);
-		}
-		else {
-			classNames.push('fc-' + dayIDs[date.day()]); // only add the day-of-week class
-		}
-
-		return '' +
-            '<th class="' + classNames.join(' ') + '"' +
-				(this.rowCnt === 1 ?
-					' data-date="' + date.format('YYYY-MM-DD') + '"' :
-					'') +
-				(colspan > 1 ?
-					' colspan="' + colspan + '"' :
-					'') +
-				(otherAttrs ?
-					' ' + otherAttrs :
-					'') +
-				'>' +
-				// don't make a link if the heading could represent multiple days, or if there's only one day (forceOff)
-				view.buildGotoAnchorHtml(
-					{ date: date, forceOff: this.rowCnt > 1 || this.colCnt === 1 },
-					htmlEscape(date.format(this.colHeadFormat)) // inner HTML
-				) +
-			'</th>';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Background Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderBgTrHtml: function(row) {
-		return '' +
-			'<tr>' +
-				(this.isRTL ? '' : this.renderBgIntroHtml(row)) +
-				this.renderBgCellsHtml(row) +
-				(this.isRTL ? this.renderBgIntroHtml(row) : '') +
-			'</tr>';
-	},
-
-
-	renderBgIntroHtml: function(row) {
-		return this.renderIntroHtml(); // fall back to generic
-	},
-
-
-	renderBgCellsHtml: function(row) {
-		var htmls = [];
-		var col, date;
-
-		for (col = 0; col < this.colCnt; col++) {
-			date = this.getCellDate(row, col);
-			htmls.push(this.renderBgCellHtml(date));
-		}
-
-		return htmls.join('');
-	},
-
-
-	renderBgCellHtml: function(date, otherAttrs) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var classes = this.getDayClasses(date);
-
-		classes.unshift('fc-day', view.widgetContentClass);
-
-		return '<td class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' +
-			' data-date="' + date.format('YYYY-MM-DD') + '"' + // if date has a time, won't format it
-			(otherAttrs ?
-				' ' + otherAttrs :
-				'') +
-			'></td>';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Generic
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Generates the default HTML intro for any row. User classes should override
-	renderIntroHtml: function() {
-	},
-
-
-	// TODO: a generic method for dealing with <tr>, RTL, intro
-	// when increment internalApiVersion
-	// wrapTr (scheduler)
-
-
-	/* Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Applies the generic "intro" and "outro" HTML to the given cells.
-	// Intro means the leftmost cell when the calendar is LTR and the rightmost cell when RTL. Vice-versa for outro.
-	bookendCells: function(trEl) {
-		var introHtml = this.renderIntroHtml();
-
-		if (introHtml) {
-			if (this.isRTL) {
-				trEl.append(introHtml);
-			}
-			else {
-				trEl.prepend(introHtml);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-};
-
-;;
-
-/* A component that renders a grid of whole-days that runs horizontally. There can be multiple rows, one per week.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var DayGrid = FC.DayGrid = Grid.extend(DayTableMixin, {
-
-	numbersVisible: false, // should render a row for day/week numbers? set by outside view. TODO: make internal
-	bottomCoordPadding: 0, // hack for extending the hit area for the last row of the coordinate grid
-
-	rowEls: null, // set of fake row elements
-	cellEls: null, // set of whole-day elements comprising the row's background
-	helperEls: null, // set of cell skeleton elements for rendering the mock event "helper"
-
-	rowCoordCache: null,
-	colCoordCache: null,
-
-
-	// Renders the rows and columns into the component's `this.el`, which should already be assigned.
-	// isRigid determins whether the individual rows should ignore the contents and be a constant height.
-	// Relies on the view's colCnt and rowCnt. In the future, this component should probably be self-sufficient.
-	renderDates: function(isRigid) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var rowCnt = this.rowCnt;
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var html = '';
-		var row;
-		var col;
-
-		for (row = 0; row < rowCnt; row++) {
-			html += this.renderDayRowHtml(row, isRigid);
-		}
-		this.el.html(html);
-
-		this.rowEls = this.el.find('.fc-row');
-		this.cellEls = this.el.find('.fc-day');
-
-		this.rowCoordCache = new CoordCache({
-			els: this.rowEls,
-			isVertical: true
-		});
-		this.colCoordCache = new CoordCache({
-			els: this.cellEls.slice(0, this.colCnt), // only the first row
-			isHorizontal: true
-		});
-
-		// trigger dayRender with each cell's element
-		for (row = 0; row < rowCnt; row++) {
-			for (col = 0; col < colCnt; col++) {
-				view.publiclyTrigger(
-					'dayRender',
-					null,
-					this.getCellDate(row, col),
-					this.getCellEl(row, col)
-				);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderDates: function() {
-		this.removeSegPopover();
-	},
-
-
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-		var segs = this.buildBusinessHourSegs(true); // wholeDay=true
-		this.renderFill('businessHours', segs, 'bgevent');
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderBusinessHours: function() {
-		this.unrenderFill('businessHours');
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for a single row, which is a div that wraps a table.
-	// `row` is the row number.
-	renderDayRowHtml: function(row, isRigid) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var classes = [ 'fc-row', 'fc-week', view.widgetContentClass ];
-
-		if (isRigid) {
-			classes.push('fc-rigid');
-		}
-
-		return '' +
-			'<div class="' + classes.join(' ') + '">' +
-				'<div class="fc-bg">' +
-					'<table>' +
-						this.renderBgTrHtml(row) +
-					'</table>' +
-				'</div>' +
-				'<div class="fc-content-skeleton">' +
-					'<table>' +
-						(this.numbersVisible ?
-							'<thead>' +
-								this.renderNumberTrHtml(row) +
-							'</thead>' :
-							''
-							) +
-					'</table>' +
-				'</div>' +
-			'</div>';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Grid Number Rendering
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderNumberTrHtml: function(row) {
-		return '' +
-			'<tr>' +
-				(this.isRTL ? '' : this.renderNumberIntroHtml(row)) +
-				this.renderNumberCellsHtml(row) +
-				(this.isRTL ? this.renderNumberIntroHtml(row) : '') +
-			'</tr>';
-	},
-
-
-	renderNumberIntroHtml: function(row) {
-		return this.renderIntroHtml();
-	},
-
-
-	renderNumberCellsHtml: function(row) {
-		var htmls = [];
-		var col, date;
-
-		for (col = 0; col < this.colCnt; col++) {
-			date = this.getCellDate(row, col);
-			htmls.push(this.renderNumberCellHtml(date));
-		}
-
-		return htmls.join('');
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for the <td>s of the "number" row in the DayGrid's content skeleton.
-	// The number row will only exist if either day numbers or week numbers are turned on.
-	renderNumberCellHtml: function(date) {
-		var html = '';
-		var classes;
-		var weekCalcFirstDoW;
-
-		if (!this.view.dayNumbersVisible && !this.view.cellWeekNumbersVisible) {
-			// no numbers in day cell (week number must be along the side)
-			return '<td/>'; //  will create an empty space above events :(
-		}
-
-		classes = this.getDayClasses(date);
-		classes.unshift('fc-day-top');
-
-		if (this.view.cellWeekNumbersVisible) {
-			// To determine the day of week number change under ISO, we cannot
-			// rely on moment.js methods such as firstDayOfWeek() or weekday(),
-			// because they rely on the locale's dow (possibly overridden by
-			// our firstDay option), which may not be Monday. We cannot change
-			// dow, because that would affect the calendar start day as well.
-			if (date._locale._fullCalendar_weekCalc === 'ISO') {
-				weekCalcFirstDoW = 1;  // Monday by ISO 8601 definition
-			}
-			else {
-				weekCalcFirstDoW = date._locale.firstDayOfWeek();
-			}
-		}
-
-		html += '<td class="' + classes.join(' ') + '" data-date="' + date.format() + '">';
-
-		if (this.view.cellWeekNumbersVisible && (date.day() == weekCalcFirstDoW)) {
-			html += this.view.buildGotoAnchorHtml(
-				{ date: date, type: 'week' },
-				{ 'class': 'fc-week-number' },
-				date.format('w') // inner HTML
-			);
-		}
-
-		if (this.view.dayNumbersVisible) {
-			html += this.view.buildGotoAnchorHtml(
-				date,
-				{ 'class': 'fc-day-number' },
-				date.date() // inner HTML
-			);
-		}
-
-		html += '</td>';
-
-		return html;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes a default event time formatting string if `timeFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeEventTimeFormat: function() {
-		return this.view.opt('extraSmallTimeFormat'); // like "6p" or "6:30p"
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default `displayEventEnd` value if one is not expliclty defined
-	computeDisplayEventEnd: function() {
-		return this.colCnt == 1; // we'll likely have space if there's only one day
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	rangeUpdated: function() {
-		this.updateDayTable();
-	},
-
-
-	// Slices up the given span (unzoned start/end with other misc data) into an array of segments
-	spanToSegs: function(span) {
-		var segs = this.sliceRangeByRow(span);
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			if (this.isRTL) {
-				seg.leftCol = this.daysPerRow - 1 - seg.lastRowDayIndex;
-				seg.rightCol = this.daysPerRow - 1 - seg.firstRowDayIndex;
-			}
-			else {
-				seg.leftCol = seg.firstRowDayIndex;
-				seg.rightCol = seg.lastRowDayIndex;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Hit System
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	prepareHits: function() {
-		this.colCoordCache.build();
-		this.rowCoordCache.build();
-		this.rowCoordCache.bottoms[this.rowCnt - 1] += this.bottomCoordPadding; // hack
-	},
-
-
-	releaseHits: function() {
-		this.colCoordCache.clear();
-		this.rowCoordCache.clear();
-	},
-
-
-	queryHit: function(leftOffset, topOffset) {
-		if (this.colCoordCache.isLeftInBounds(leftOffset) && this.rowCoordCache.isTopInBounds(topOffset)) {
-			var col = this.colCoordCache.getHorizontalIndex(leftOffset);
-			var row = this.rowCoordCache.getVerticalIndex(topOffset);
-
-			if (row != null && col != null) {
-				return this.getCellHit(row, col);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	getHitSpan: function(hit) {
-		return this.getCellRange(hit.row, hit.col);
-	},
-
-
-	getHitEl: function(hit) {
-		return this.getCellEl(hit.row, hit.col);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Cell System
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// FYI: the first column is the leftmost column, regardless of date
-
-
-	getCellHit: function(row, col) {
-		return {
-			row: row,
-			col: col,
-			component: this, // needed unfortunately :(
-			left: this.colCoordCache.getLeftOffset(col),
-			right: this.colCoordCache.getRightOffset(col),
-			top: this.rowCoordCache.getTopOffset(row),
-			bottom: this.rowCoordCache.getBottomOffset(row)
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	getCellEl: function(row, col) {
-		return this.cellEls.eq(row * this.colCnt + col);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Drag Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-	// TODO: move to DayGrid.event, similar to what we did with Grid's drag methods
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event or external element being dragged.
-	// `eventLocation` has zoned start and end (optional)
-	renderDrag: function(eventLocation, seg) {
-
-		// always render a highlight underneath
-		this.renderHighlight(this.eventToSpan(eventLocation));
-
-		// if a segment from the same calendar but another component is being dragged, render a helper event
-		if (seg && seg.component !== this) {
-			return this.renderEventLocationHelper(eventLocation, seg); // returns mock event elements
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of a hovering event
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Resize Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being resized
-	renderEventResize: function(eventLocation, seg) {
-		this.renderHighlight(this.eventToSpan(eventLocation));
-		return this.renderEventLocationHelper(eventLocation, seg); // returns mock event elements
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event being resized
-	unrenderEventResize: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Helper
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a mock "helper" event. `sourceSeg` is the associated internal segment object. It can be null.
-	renderHelper: function(event, sourceSeg) {
-		var helperNodes = [];
-		var segs = this.eventToSegs(event);
-		var rowStructs;
-
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs); // assigns each seg's el and returns a subset of segs that were rendered
-		rowStructs = this.renderSegRows(segs);
-
-		// inject each new event skeleton into each associated row
-		this.rowEls.each(function(row, rowNode) {
-			var rowEl = $(rowNode); // the .fc-row
-			var skeletonEl = $('<div class="fc-helper-skeleton"><table/></div>'); // will be absolutely positioned
-			var skeletonTop;
-
-			// If there is an original segment, match the top position. Otherwise, put it at the row's top level
-			if (sourceSeg && sourceSeg.row === row) {
-				skeletonTop = sourceSeg.el.position().top;
-			}
-			else {
-				skeletonTop = rowEl.find('.fc-content-skeleton tbody').position().top;
-			}
-
-			skeletonEl.css('top', skeletonTop)
-				.find('table')
-					.append(rowStructs[row].tbodyEl);
-
-			rowEl.append(skeletonEl);
-			helperNodes.push(skeletonEl[0]);
-		});
-
-		return ( // must return the elements rendered
-			this.helperEls = $(helperNodes) // array -> jQuery set
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of a mock helper event
-	unrenderHelper: function() {
-		if (this.helperEls) {
-			this.helperEls.remove();
-			this.helperEls = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Fill System (highlight, background events, business hours)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	fillSegTag: 'td', // override the default tag name
-
-
-	// Renders a set of rectangles over the given segments of days.
-	// Only returns segments that successfully rendered.
-	renderFill: function(type, segs, className) {
-		var nodes = [];
-		var i, seg;
-		var skeletonEl;
-
-		segs = this.renderFillSegEls(type, segs); // assignes `.el` to each seg. returns successfully rendered segs
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			skeletonEl = this.renderFillRow(type, seg, className);
-			this.rowEls.eq(seg.row).append(skeletonEl);
-			nodes.push(skeletonEl[0]);
-		}
-
-		this.elsByFill[type] = $(nodes);
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML needed for one row of a fill. Requires the seg's el to be rendered.
-	renderFillRow: function(type, seg, className) {
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var startCol = seg.leftCol;
-		var endCol = seg.rightCol + 1;
-		var skeletonEl;
-		var trEl;
-
-		className = className || type.toLowerCase();
-
-		skeletonEl = $(
-			'<div class="fc-' + className + '-skeleton">' +
-				'<table><tr/></table>' +
-			'</div>'
-		);
-		trEl = skeletonEl.find('tr');
-
-		if (startCol > 0) {
-			trEl.append('<td colspan="' + startCol + '"/>');
-		}
-
-		trEl.append(
-			seg.el.attr('colspan', endCol - startCol)
-		);
-
-		if (endCol < colCnt) {
-			trEl.append('<td colspan="' + (colCnt - endCol) + '"/>');
-		}
-
-		this.bookendCells(trEl);
-
-		return skeletonEl;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Event-rendering methods for the DayGrid class
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-DayGrid.mixin({
-
-	rowStructs: null, // an array of objects, each holding information about a row's foreground event-rendering
-
-
-	// Unrenders all events currently rendered on the grid
-	unrenderEvents: function() {
-		this.removeSegPopover(); // removes the "more.." events popover
-		Grid.prototype.unrenderEvents.apply(this, arguments); // calls the super-method
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves all rendered segment objects currently rendered on the grid
-	getEventSegs: function() {
-		return Grid.prototype.getEventSegs.call(this) // get the segments from the super-method
-			.concat(this.popoverSegs || []); // append the segments from the "more..." popover
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the given background event segments onto the grid
-	renderBgSegs: function(segs) {
-
-		// don't render timed background events
-		var allDaySegs = $.grep(segs, function(seg) {
-			return seg.event.allDay;
-		});
-
-		return Grid.prototype.renderBgSegs.call(this, allDaySegs); // call the super-method
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the given foreground event segments onto the grid
-	renderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		var rowStructs;
-
-		// render an `.el` on each seg
-		// returns a subset of the segs. segs that were actually rendered
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs);
-
-		rowStructs = this.rowStructs = this.renderSegRows(segs);
-
-		// append to each row's content skeleton
-		this.rowEls.each(function(i, rowNode) {
-			$(rowNode).find('.fc-content-skeleton > table').append(
-				rowStructs[i].tbodyEl
-			);
-		});
-
-		return segs; // return only the segs that were actually rendered
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders all currently rendered foreground event segments
-	unrenderFgSegs: function() {
-		var rowStructs = this.rowStructs || [];
-		var rowStruct;
-
-		while ((rowStruct = rowStructs.pop())) {
-			rowStruct.tbodyEl.remove();
-		}
-
-		this.rowStructs = null;
-	},
-
-
-	// Uses the given events array to generate <tbody> elements that should be appended to each row's content skeleton.
-	// Returns an array of rowStruct objects (see the bottom of `renderSegRow`).
-	// PRECONDITION: each segment shoud already have a rendered and assigned `.el`
-	renderSegRows: function(segs) {
-		var rowStructs = [];
-		var segRows;
-		var row;
-
-		segRows = this.groupSegRows(segs); // group into nested arrays
-
-		// iterate each row of segment groupings
-		for (row = 0; row < segRows.length; row++) {
-			rowStructs.push(
-				this.renderSegRow(row, segRows[row])
-			);
-		}
-
-		return rowStructs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds the HTML to be used for the default element for an individual segment
-	fgSegHtml: function(seg, disableResizing) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var isDraggable = view.isEventDraggable(event);
-		var isResizableFromStart = !disableResizing && event.allDay &&
-			seg.isStart && view.isEventResizableFromStart(event);
-		var isResizableFromEnd = !disableResizing && event.allDay &&
-			seg.isEnd && view.isEventResizableFromEnd(event);
-		var classes = this.getSegClasses(seg, isDraggable, isResizableFromStart || isResizableFromEnd);
-		var skinCss = cssToStr(this.getSegSkinCss(seg));
-		var timeHtml = '';
-		var timeText;
-		var titleHtml;
-
-		classes.unshift('fc-day-grid-event', 'fc-h-event');
-
-		// Only display a timed events time if it is the starting segment
-		if (seg.isStart) {
-			timeText = this.getEventTimeText(event);
-			if (timeText) {
-				timeHtml = '<span class="fc-time">' + htmlEscape(timeText) + '</span>';
-			}
-		}
-
-		titleHtml =
-			'<span class="fc-title">' +
-				(htmlEscape(event.title || '') || '&nbsp;') + // we always want one line of height
-			'</span>';
-		
-		return '<a class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' +
-				(event.url ?
-					' href="' + htmlEscape(event.url) + '"' :
-					''
-					) +
-				(skinCss ?
-					' style="' + skinCss + '"' :
-					''
-					) +
-			'>' +
-				'<div class="fc-content">' +
-					(this.isRTL ?
-						titleHtml + ' ' + timeHtml : // put a natural space in between
-						timeHtml + ' ' + titleHtml   //
-						) +
-				'</div>' +
-				(isResizableFromStart ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-start-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-				(isResizableFromEnd ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-end-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-			'</a>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a row # and an array of segments all in the same row, render a <tbody> element, a skeleton that contains
-	// the segments. Returns object with a bunch of internal data about how the render was calculated.
-	// NOTE: modifies rowSegs
-	renderSegRow: function(row, rowSegs) {
-		var colCnt = this.colCnt;
-		var segLevels = this.buildSegLevels(rowSegs); // group into sub-arrays of levels
-		var levelCnt = Math.max(1, segLevels.length); // ensure at least one level
-		var tbody = $('<tbody/>');
-		var segMatrix = []; // lookup for which segments are rendered into which level+col cells
-		var cellMatrix = []; // lookup for all <td> elements of the level+col matrix
-		var loneCellMatrix = []; // lookup for <td> elements that only take up a single column
-		var i, levelSegs;
-		var col;
-		var tr;
-		var j, seg;
-		var td;
-
-		// populates empty cells from the current column (`col`) to `endCol`
-		function emptyCellsUntil(endCol) {
-			while (col < endCol) {
-				// try to grab a cell from the level above and extend its rowspan. otherwise, create a fresh cell
-				td = (loneCellMatrix[i - 1] || [])[col];
-				if (td) {
-					td.attr(
-						'rowspan',
-						parseInt(td.attr('rowspan') || 1, 10) + 1
-					);
-				}
-				else {
-					td = $('<td/>');
-					tr.append(td);
-				}
-				cellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-				loneCellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-				col++;
-			}
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < levelCnt; i++) { // iterate through all levels
-			levelSegs = segLevels[i];
-			col = 0;
-			tr = $('<tr/>');
-
-			segMatrix.push([]);
-			cellMatrix.push([]);
-			loneCellMatrix.push([]);
-
-			// levelCnt might be 1 even though there are no actual levels. protect against this.
-			// this single empty row is useful for styling.
-			if (levelSegs) {
-				for (j = 0; j < levelSegs.length; j++) { // iterate through segments in level
-					seg = levelSegs[j];
-
-					emptyCellsUntil(seg.leftCol);
-
-					// create a container that occupies or more columns. append the event element.
-					td = $('<td class="fc-event-container"/>').append(seg.el);
-					if (seg.leftCol != seg.rightCol) {
-						td.attr('colspan', seg.rightCol - seg.leftCol + 1);
-					}
-					else { // a single-column segment
-						loneCellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-					}
-
-					while (col <= seg.rightCol) {
-						cellMatrix[i][col] = td;
-						segMatrix[i][col] = seg;
-						col++;
-					}
-
-					tr.append(td);
-				}
-			}
-
-			emptyCellsUntil(colCnt); // finish off the row
-			this.bookendCells(tr);
-			tbody.append(tr);
-		}
-
-		return { // a "rowStruct"
-			row: row, // the row number
-			tbodyEl: tbody,
-			cellMatrix: cellMatrix,
-			segMatrix: segMatrix,
-			segLevels: segLevels,
-			segs: rowSegs
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Stacks a flat array of segments, which are all assumed to be in the same row, into subarrays of vertical levels.
-	// NOTE: modifies segs
-	buildSegLevels: function(segs) {
-		var levels = [];
-		var i, seg;
-		var j;
-
-		// Give preference to elements with certain criteria, so they have
-		// a chance to be closer to the top.
-		this.sortEventSegs(segs);
-		
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-
-			// loop through levels, starting with the topmost, until the segment doesn't collide with other segments
-			for (j = 0; j < levels.length; j++) {
-				if (!isDaySegCollision(seg, levels[j])) {
-					break;
-				}
-			}
-			// `j` now holds the desired subrow index
-			seg.level = j;
-
-			// create new level array if needed and append segment
-			(levels[j] || (levels[j] = [])).push(seg);
-		}
-
-		// order segments left-to-right. very important if calendar is RTL
-		for (j = 0; j < levels.length; j++) {
-			levels[j].sort(compareDaySegCols);
-		}
-
-		return levels;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a flat array of segments, return an array of sub-arrays, grouped by each segment's row
-	groupSegRows: function(segs) {
-		var segRows = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.rowCnt; i++) {
-			segRows.push([]);
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			segRows[segs[i].row].push(segs[i]);
-		}
-
-		return segRows;
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Computes whether two segments' columns collide. They are assumed to be in the same row.
-function isDaySegCollision(seg, otherSegs) {
-	var i, otherSeg;
-
-	for (i = 0; i < otherSegs.length; i++) {
-		otherSeg = otherSegs[i];
-
-		if (
-			otherSeg.leftCol <= seg.rightCol &&
-			otherSeg.rightCol >= seg.leftCol
-		) {
-			return true;
-		}
-	}
-
-	return false;
-}
-
-
-// A cmp function for determining the leftmost event
-function compareDaySegCols(a, b) {
-	return a.leftCol - b.leftCol;
-}
-
-;;
-
-/* Methods relate to limiting the number events for a given day on a DayGrid
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-// NOTE: all the segs being passed around in here are foreground segs
-
-DayGrid.mixin({
-
-	segPopover: null, // the Popover that holds events that can't fit in a cell. null when not visible
-	popoverSegs: null, // an array of segment objects that the segPopover holds. null when not visible
-
-
-	removeSegPopover: function() {
-		if (this.segPopover) {
-			this.segPopover.hide(); // in handler, will call segPopover's removeElement
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Limits the number of "levels" (vertically stacking layers of events) for each row of the grid.
-	// `levelLimit` can be false (don't limit), a number, or true (should be computed).
-	limitRows: function(levelLimit) {
-		var rowStructs = this.rowStructs || [];
-		var row; // row #
-		var rowLevelLimit;
-
-		for (row = 0; row < rowStructs.length; row++) {
-			this.unlimitRow(row);
-
-			if (!levelLimit) {
-				rowLevelLimit = false;
-			}
-			else if (typeof levelLimit === 'number') {
-				rowLevelLimit = levelLimit;
-			}
-			else {
-				rowLevelLimit = this.computeRowLevelLimit(row);
-			}
-
-			if (rowLevelLimit !== false) {
-				this.limitRow(row, rowLevelLimit);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the number of levels a row will accomodate without going outside its bounds.
-	// Assumes the row is "rigid" (maintains a constant height regardless of what is inside).
-	// `row` is the row number.
-	computeRowLevelLimit: function(row) {
-		var rowEl = this.rowEls.eq(row); // the containing "fake" row div
-		var rowHeight = rowEl.height(); // TODO: cache somehow?
-		var trEls = this.rowStructs[row].tbodyEl.children();
-		var i, trEl;
-		var trHeight;
-
-		function iterInnerHeights(i, childNode) {
-			trHeight = Math.max(trHeight, $(childNode).outerHeight());
-		}
-
-		// Reveal one level <tr> at a time and stop when we find one out of bounds
-		for (i = 0; i < trEls.length; i++) {
-			trEl = trEls.eq(i).removeClass('fc-limited'); // reset to original state (reveal)
-
-			// with rowspans>1 and IE8, trEl.outerHeight() would return the height of the largest cell,
-			// so instead, find the tallest inner content element.
-			trHeight = 0;
-			trEl.find('> td > :first-child').each(iterInnerHeights);
-
-			if (trEl.position().top + trHeight > rowHeight) {
-				return i;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return false; // should not limit at all
-	},
-
-
-	// Limits the given grid row to the maximum number of levels and injects "more" links if necessary.
-	// `row` is the row number.
-	// `levelLimit` is a number for the maximum (inclusive) number of levels allowed.
-	limitRow: function(row, levelLimit) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var rowStruct = this.rowStructs[row];
-		var moreNodes = []; // array of "more" <a> links and <td> DOM nodes
-		var col = 0; // col #, left-to-right (not chronologically)
-		var levelSegs; // array of segment objects in the last allowable level, ordered left-to-right
-		var cellMatrix; // a matrix (by level, then column) of all <td> jQuery elements in the row
-		var limitedNodes; // array of temporarily hidden level <tr> and segment <td> DOM nodes
-		var i, seg;
-		var segsBelow; // array of segment objects below `seg` in the current `col`
-		var totalSegsBelow; // total number of segments below `seg` in any of the columns `seg` occupies
-		var colSegsBelow; // array of segment arrays, below seg, one for each column (offset from segs's first column)
-		var td, rowspan;
-		var segMoreNodes; // array of "more" <td> cells that will stand-in for the current seg's cell
-		var j;
-		var moreTd, moreWrap, moreLink;
-
-		// Iterates through empty level cells and places "more" links inside if need be
-		function emptyCellsUntil(endCol) { // goes from current `col` to `endCol`
-			while (col < endCol) {
-				segsBelow = _this.getCellSegs(row, col, levelLimit);
-				if (segsBelow.length) {
-					td = cellMatrix[levelLimit - 1][col];
-					moreLink = _this.renderMoreLink(row, col, segsBelow);
-					moreWrap = $('<div/>').append(moreLink);
-					td.append(moreWrap);
-					moreNodes.push(moreWrap[0]);
-				}
-				col++;
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (levelLimit && levelLimit < rowStruct.segLevels.length) { // is it actually over the limit?
-			levelSegs = rowStruct.segLevels[levelLimit - 1];
-			cellMatrix = rowStruct.cellMatrix;
-
-			limitedNodes = rowStruct.tbodyEl.children().slice(levelLimit) // get level <tr> elements past the limit
-				.addClass('fc-limited').get(); // hide elements and get a simple DOM-nodes array
-
-			// iterate though segments in the last allowable level
-			for (i = 0; i < levelSegs.length; i++) {
-				seg = levelSegs[i];
-				emptyCellsUntil(seg.leftCol); // process empty cells before the segment
-
-				// determine *all* segments below `seg` that occupy the same columns
-				colSegsBelow = [];
-				totalSegsBelow = 0;
-				while (col <= seg.rightCol) {
-					segsBelow = this.getCellSegs(row, col, levelLimit);
-					colSegsBelow.push(segsBelow);
-					totalSegsBelow += segsBelow.length;
-					col++;
-				}
-
-				if (totalSegsBelow) { // do we need to replace this segment with one or many "more" links?
-					td = cellMatrix[levelLimit - 1][seg.leftCol]; // the segment's parent cell
-					rowspan = td.attr('rowspan') || 1;
-					segMoreNodes = [];
-
-					// make a replacement <td> for each column the segment occupies. will be one for each colspan
-					for (j = 0; j < colSegsBelow.length; j++) {
-						moreTd = $('<td class="fc-more-cell"/>').attr('rowspan', rowspan);
-						segsBelow = colSegsBelow[j];
-						moreLink = this.renderMoreLink(
-							row,
-							seg.leftCol + j,
-							[ seg ].concat(segsBelow) // count seg as hidden too
-						);
-						moreWrap = $('<div/>').append(moreLink);
-						moreTd.append(moreWrap);
-						segMoreNodes.push(moreTd[0]);
-						moreNodes.push(moreTd[0]);
-					}
-
-					td.addClass('fc-limited').after($(segMoreNodes)); // hide original <td> and inject replacements
-					limitedNodes.push(td[0]);
-				}
-			}
-
-			emptyCellsUntil(this.colCnt); // finish off the level
-			rowStruct.moreEls = $(moreNodes); // for easy undoing later
-			rowStruct.limitedEls = $(limitedNodes); // for easy undoing later
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Reveals all levels and removes all "more"-related elements for a grid's row.
-	// `row` is a row number.
-	unlimitRow: function(row) {
-		var rowStruct = this.rowStructs[row];
-
-		if (rowStruct.moreEls) {
-			rowStruct.moreEls.remove();
-			rowStruct.moreEls = null;
-		}
-
-		if (rowStruct.limitedEls) {
-			rowStruct.limitedEls.removeClass('fc-limited');
-			rowStruct.limitedEls = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders an <a> element that represents hidden event element for a cell.
-	// Responsible for attaching click handler as well.
-	renderMoreLink: function(row, col, hiddenSegs) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-
-		return $('<a class="fc-more"/>')
-			.text(
-				this.getMoreLinkText(hiddenSegs.length)
-			)
-			.on('click', function(ev) {
-				var clickOption = view.opt('eventLimitClick');
-				var date = _this.getCellDate(row, col);
-				var moreEl = $(this);
-				var dayEl = _this.getCellEl(row, col);
-				var allSegs = _this.getCellSegs(row, col);
-
-				// rescope the segments to be within the cell's date
-				var reslicedAllSegs = _this.resliceDaySegs(allSegs, date);
-				var reslicedHiddenSegs = _this.resliceDaySegs(hiddenSegs, date);
-
-				if (typeof clickOption === 'function') {
-					// the returned value can be an atomic option
-					clickOption = view.publiclyTrigger('eventLimitClick', null, {
-						date: date,
-						dayEl: dayEl,
-						moreEl: moreEl,
-						segs: reslicedAllSegs,
-						hiddenSegs: reslicedHiddenSegs
-					}, ev);
-				}
-
-				if (clickOption === 'popover') {
-					_this.showSegPopover(row, col, moreEl, reslicedAllSegs);
-				}
-				else if (typeof clickOption === 'string') { // a view name
-					view.calendar.zoomTo(date, clickOption);
-				}
-			});
-	},
-
-
-	// Reveals the popover that displays all events within a cell
-	showSegPopover: function(row, col, moreLink, segs) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var view = this.view;
-		var moreWrap = moreLink.parent(); // the <div> wrapper around the <a>
-		var topEl; // the element we want to match the top coordinate of
-		var options;
-
-		if (this.rowCnt == 1) {
-			topEl = view.el; // will cause the popover to cover any sort of header
-		}
-		else {
-			topEl = this.rowEls.eq(row); // will align with top of row
-		}
-
-		options = {
-			className: 'fc-more-popover',
-			content: this.renderSegPopoverContent(row, col, segs),
-			parentEl: this.view.el, // attach to root of view. guarantees outside of scrollbars.
-			top: topEl.offset().top,
-			autoHide: true, // when the user clicks elsewhere, hide the popover
-			viewportConstrain: view.opt('popoverViewportConstrain'),
-			hide: function() {
-				// kill everything when the popover is hidden
-				// notify events to be removed
-				if (_this.popoverSegs) {
-					var seg;
-					for (var i = 0; i < _this.popoverSegs.length; ++i) {
-						seg = _this.popoverSegs[i];
-						view.publiclyTrigger('eventDestroy', seg.event, seg.event, seg.el);
-					}
-				}
-				_this.segPopover.removeElement();
-				_this.segPopover = null;
-				_this.popoverSegs = null;
-			}
-		};
-
-		// Determine horizontal coordinate.
-		// We use the moreWrap instead of the <td> to avoid border confusion.
-		if (this.isRTL) {
-			options.right = moreWrap.offset().left + moreWrap.outerWidth() + 1; // +1 to be over cell border
-		}
-		else {
-			options.left = moreWrap.offset().left - 1; // -1 to be over cell border
-		}
-
-		this.segPopover = new Popover(options);
-		this.segPopover.show();
-
-		// the popover doesn't live within the grid's container element, and thus won't get the event
-		// delegated-handlers for free. attach event-related handlers to the popover.
-		this.bindSegHandlersToEl(this.segPopover.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Builds the inner DOM contents of the segment popover
-	renderSegPopoverContent: function(row, col, segs) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var isTheme = view.opt('theme');
-		var title = this.getCellDate(row, col).format(view.opt('dayPopoverFormat'));
-		var content = $(
-			'<div class="fc-header ' + view.widgetHeaderClass + '">' +
-				'<span class="fc-close ' +
-					(isTheme ? 'ui-icon ui-icon-closethick' : 'fc-icon fc-icon-x') +
-				'"></span>' +
-				'<span class="fc-title">' +
-					htmlEscape(title) +
-				'</span>' +
-				'<div class="fc-clear"/>' +
-			'</div>' +
-			'<div class="fc-body ' + view.widgetContentClass + '">' +
-				'<div class="fc-event-container"></div>' +
-			'</div>'
-		);
-		var segContainer = content.find('.fc-event-container');
-		var i;
-
-		// render each seg's `el` and only return the visible segs
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs, true); // disableResizing=true
-		this.popoverSegs = segs;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-
-			// because segments in the popover are not part of a grid coordinate system, provide a hint to any
-			// grids that want to do drag-n-drop about which cell it came from
-			this.hitsNeeded();
-			segs[i].hit = this.getCellHit(row, col);
-			this.hitsNotNeeded();
-
-			segContainer.append(segs[i].el);
-		}
-
-		return content;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the events within an array of segment objects, reslice them to be in a single day
-	resliceDaySegs: function(segs, dayDate) {
-
-		// build an array of the original events
-		var events = $.map(segs, function(seg) {
-			return seg.event;
-		});
-
-		var dayStart = dayDate.clone();
-		var dayEnd = dayStart.clone().add(1, 'days');
-		var dayRange = { start: dayStart, end: dayEnd };
-
-		// slice the events with a custom slicing function
-		segs = this.eventsToSegs(
-			events,
-			function(range) {
-				var seg = intersectRanges(range, dayRange); // undefind if no intersection
-				return seg ? [ seg ] : []; // must return an array of segments
-			}
-		);
-
-		// force an order because eventsToSegs doesn't guarantee one
-		this.sortEventSegs(segs);
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the text that should be inside a "more" link, given the number of events it represents
-	getMoreLinkText: function(num) {
-		var opt = this.view.opt('eventLimitText');
-
-		if (typeof opt === 'function') {
-			return opt(num);
-		}
-		else {
-			return '+' + num + ' ' + opt;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns segments within a given cell.
-	// If `startLevel` is specified, returns only events including and below that level. Otherwise returns all segs.
-	getCellSegs: function(row, col, startLevel) {
-		var segMatrix = this.rowStructs[row].segMatrix;
-		var level = startLevel || 0;
-		var segs = [];
-		var seg;
-
-		while (level < segMatrix.length) {
-			seg = segMatrix[level][col];
-			if (seg) {
-				segs.push(seg);
-			}
-			level++;
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* A component that renders one or more columns of vertical time slots
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-// We mixin DayTable, even though there is only a single row of days
-
-var TimeGrid = FC.TimeGrid = Grid.extend(DayTableMixin, {
-
-	slotDuration: null, // duration of a "slot", a distinct time segment on given day, visualized by lines
-	snapDuration: null, // granularity of time for dragging and selecting
-	snapsPerSlot: null,
-	minTime: null, // Duration object that denotes the first visible time of any given day
-	maxTime: null, // Duration object that denotes the exclusive visible end time of any given day
-	labelFormat: null, // formatting string for times running along vertical axis
-	labelInterval: null, // duration of how often a label should be displayed for a slot
-
-	colEls: null, // cells elements in the day-row background
-	slatContainerEl: null, // div that wraps all the slat rows
-	slatEls: null, // elements running horizontally across all columns
-	nowIndicatorEls: null,
-
-	colCoordCache: null,
-	slatCoordCache: null,
-
-
-	constructor: function() {
-		Grid.apply(this, arguments); // call the super-constructor
-
-		this.processOptions();
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the time grid into `this.el`, which should already be assigned.
-	// Relies on the view's colCnt. In the future, this component should probably be self-sufficient.
-	renderDates: function() {
-		this.el.html(this.renderHtml());
-		this.colEls = this.el.find('.fc-day');
-		this.slatContainerEl = this.el.find('.fc-slats');
-		this.slatEls = this.slatContainerEl.find('tr');
-
-		this.colCoordCache = new CoordCache({
-			els: this.colEls,
-			isHorizontal: true
-		});
-		this.slatCoordCache = new CoordCache({
-			els: this.slatEls,
-			isVertical: true
-		});
-
-		this.renderContentSkeleton();
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the basic HTML skeleton for the grid
-	renderHtml: function() {
-		return '' +
-			'<div class="fc-bg">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					this.renderBgTrHtml(0) + // row=0
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>' +
-			'<div class="fc-slats">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					this.renderSlatRowHtml() +
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>';
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the HTML for the horizontal "slats" that run width-wise. Has a time axis on a side. Depends on RTL.
-	renderSlatRowHtml: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var isRTL = this.isRTL;
-		var html = '';
-		var slotTime = moment.duration(+this.minTime); // wish there was .clone() for durations
-		var slotDate; // will be on the view's first day, but we only care about its time
-		var isLabeled;
-		var axisHtml;
-
-		// Calculate the time for each slot
-		while (slotTime < this.maxTime) {
-			slotDate = this.start.clone().time(slotTime);
-			isLabeled = isInt(divideDurationByDuration(slotTime, this.labelInterval));
-
-			axisHtml =
-				'<td class="fc-axis fc-time ' + view.widgetContentClass + '" ' + view.axisStyleAttr() + '>' +
-					(isLabeled ?
-						'<span>' + // for matchCellWidths
-							htmlEscape(slotDate.format(this.labelFormat)) +
-						'</span>' :
-						''
-						) +
-				'</td>';
-
-			html +=
-				'<tr data-time="' + slotDate.format('HH:mm:ss') + '"' +
-					(isLabeled ? '' : ' class="fc-minor"') +
-					'>' +
-					(!isRTL ? axisHtml : '') +
-					'<td class="' + view.widgetContentClass + '"/>' +
-					(isRTL ? axisHtml : '') +
-				"</tr>";
-
-			slotTime.add(this.slotDuration);
-		}
-
-		return html;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Options
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Parses various options into properties of this object
-	processOptions: function() {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var slotDuration = view.opt('slotDuration');
-		var snapDuration = view.opt('snapDuration');
-		var input;
-
-		slotDuration = moment.duration(slotDuration);
-		snapDuration = snapDuration ? moment.duration(snapDuration) : slotDuration;
-
-		this.slotDuration = slotDuration;
-		this.snapDuration = snapDuration;
-		this.snapsPerSlot = slotDuration / snapDuration; // TODO: ensure an integer multiple?
-
-		this.minResizeDuration = snapDuration; // hack
-
-		this.minTime = moment.duration(view.opt('minTime'));
-		this.maxTime = moment.duration(view.opt('maxTime'));
-
-		// might be an array value (for TimelineView).
-		// if so, getting the most granular entry (the last one probably).
-		input = view.opt('slotLabelFormat');
-		if ($.isArray(input)) {
-			input = input[input.length - 1];
-		}
-
-		this.labelFormat =
-			input ||
-			view.opt('smallTimeFormat'); // the computed default
-
-		input = view.opt('slotLabelInterval');
-		this.labelInterval = input ?
-			moment.duration(input) :
-			this.computeLabelInterval(slotDuration);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes an automatic value for slotLabelInterval
-	computeLabelInterval: function(slotDuration) {
-		var i;
-		var labelInterval;
-		var slotsPerLabel;
-
-		// find the smallest stock label interval that results in more than one slots-per-label
-		for (i = AGENDA_STOCK_SUB_DURATIONS.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
-			labelInterval = moment.duration(AGENDA_STOCK_SUB_DURATIONS[i]);
-			slotsPerLabel = divideDurationByDuration(labelInterval, slotDuration);
-			if (isInt(slotsPerLabel) && slotsPerLabel > 1) {
-				return labelInterval;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return moment.duration(slotDuration); // fall back. clone
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default event time formatting string if `timeFormat` is not explicitly defined
-	computeEventTimeFormat: function() {
-		return this.view.opt('noMeridiemTimeFormat'); // like "6:30" (no AM/PM)
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes a default `displayEventEnd` value if one is not expliclty defined
-	computeDisplayEventEnd: function() {
-		return true;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Hit System
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	prepareHits: function() {
-		this.colCoordCache.build();
-		this.slatCoordCache.build();
-	},
-
-
-	releaseHits: function() {
-		this.colCoordCache.clear();
-		// NOTE: don't clear slatCoordCache because we rely on it for computeTimeTop
-	},
-
-
-	queryHit: function(leftOffset, topOffset) {
-		var snapsPerSlot = this.snapsPerSlot;
-		var colCoordCache = this.colCoordCache;
-		var slatCoordCache = this.slatCoordCache;
-
-		if (colCoordCache.isLeftInBounds(leftOffset) && slatCoordCache.isTopInBounds(topOffset)) {
-			var colIndex = colCoordCache.getHorizontalIndex(leftOffset);
-			var slatIndex = slatCoordCache.getVerticalIndex(topOffset);
-
-			if (colIndex != null && slatIndex != null) {
-				var slatTop = slatCoordCache.getTopOffset(slatIndex);
-				var slatHeight = slatCoordCache.getHeight(slatIndex);
-				var partial = (topOffset - slatTop) / slatHeight; // floating point number between 0 and 1
-				var localSnapIndex = Math.floor(partial * snapsPerSlot); // the snap # relative to start of slat
-				var snapIndex = slatIndex * snapsPerSlot + localSnapIndex;
-				var snapTop = slatTop + (localSnapIndex / snapsPerSlot) * slatHeight;
-				var snapBottom = slatTop + ((localSnapIndex + 1) / snapsPerSlot) * slatHeight;
-
-				return {
-					col: colIndex,
-					snap: snapIndex,
-					component: this, // needed unfortunately :(
-					left: colCoordCache.getLeftOffset(colIndex),
-					right: colCoordCache.getRightOffset(colIndex),
-					top: snapTop,
-					bottom: snapBottom
-				};
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	getHitSpan: function(hit) {
-		var start = this.getCellDate(0, hit.col); // row=0
-		var time = this.computeSnapTime(hit.snap); // pass in the snap-index
-		var end;
-
-		start.time(time);
-		end = start.clone().add(this.snapDuration);
-
-		return { start: start, end: end };
-	},
-
-
-	getHitEl: function(hit) {
-		return this.colEls.eq(hit.col);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	rangeUpdated: function() {
-		this.updateDayTable();
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a row number of the grid, representing a "snap", returns a time (Duration) from its start-of-day
-	computeSnapTime: function(snapIndex) {
-		return moment.duration(this.minTime + this.snapDuration * snapIndex);
-	},
-
-
-	// Slices up the given span (unzoned start/end with other misc data) into an array of segments
-	spanToSegs: function(span) {
-		var segs = this.sliceRangeByTimes(span);
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			if (this.isRTL) {
-				segs[i].col = this.daysPerRow - 1 - segs[i].dayIndex;
-			}
-			else {
-				segs[i].col = segs[i].dayIndex;
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	sliceRangeByTimes: function(range) {
-		var segs = [];
-		var seg;
-		var dayIndex;
-		var dayDate;
-		var dayRange;
-
-		for (dayIndex = 0; dayIndex < this.daysPerRow; dayIndex++) {
-			dayDate = this.dayDates[dayIndex].clone(); // TODO: better API for this?
-			dayRange = {
-				start: dayDate.clone().time(this.minTime),
-				end: dayDate.clone().time(this.maxTime)
-			};
-			seg = intersectRanges(range, dayRange); // both will be ambig timezone
-			if (seg) {
-				seg.dayIndex = dayIndex;
-				segs.push(seg);
-			}
-		}
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Coordinates
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	updateSize: function(isResize) { // NOT a standard Grid method
-		this.slatCoordCache.build();
-
-		if (isResize) {
-			this.updateSegVerticals(
-				[].concat(this.fgSegs || [], this.bgSegs || [], this.businessSegs || [])
-			);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	getTotalSlatHeight: function() {
-		return this.slatContainerEl.outerHeight();
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the top coordinate, relative to the bounds of the grid, of the given date.
-	// A `startOfDayDate` must be given for avoiding ambiguity over how to treat midnight.
-	computeDateTop: function(date, startOfDayDate) {
-		return this.computeTimeTop(
-			moment.duration(
-				date - startOfDayDate.clone().stripTime()
-			)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the top coordinate, relative to the bounds of the grid, of the given time (a Duration).
-	computeTimeTop: function(time) {
-		var len = this.slatEls.length;
-		var slatCoverage = (time - this.minTime) / this.slotDuration; // floating-point value of # of slots covered
-		var slatIndex;
-		var slatRemainder;
-
-		// compute a floating-point number for how many slats should be progressed through.
-		// from 0 to number of slats (inclusive)
-		// constrained because minTime/maxTime might be customized.
-		slatCoverage = Math.max(0, slatCoverage);
-		slatCoverage = Math.min(len, slatCoverage);
-
-		// an integer index of the furthest whole slat
-		// from 0 to number slats (*exclusive*, so len-1)
-		slatIndex = Math.floor(slatCoverage);
-		slatIndex = Math.min(slatIndex, len - 1);
-
-		// how much further through the slatIndex slat (from 0.0-1.0) must be covered in addition.
-		// could be 1.0 if slatCoverage is covering *all* the slots
-		slatRemainder = slatCoverage - slatIndex;
-
-		return this.slatCoordCache.getTopPosition(slatIndex) +
-			this.slatCoordCache.getHeight(slatIndex) * slatRemainder;
-	},
-
-
-
-	/* Event Drag Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being dragged over the specified date(s).
-	// A returned value of `true` signals that a mock "helper" event has been rendered.
-	renderDrag: function(eventLocation, seg) {
-
-		if (seg) { // if there is event information for this drag, render a helper event
-
-			// returns mock event elements
-			// signal that a helper has been rendered
-			return this.renderEventLocationHelper(eventLocation, seg);
-		}
-		else {
-			// otherwise, just render a highlight
-			this.renderHighlight(this.eventToSpan(eventLocation));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of an event being dragged
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Resize Visualization
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of an event being resized
-	renderEventResize: function(eventLocation, seg) {
-		return this.renderEventLocationHelper(eventLocation, seg); // returns mock event elements
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of an event being resized
-	unrenderEventResize: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Helper
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a mock "helper" event. `sourceSeg` is the original segment object and might be null (an external drag)
-	renderHelper: function(event, sourceSeg) {
-		return this.renderHelperSegs(this.eventToSegs(event), sourceSeg); // returns mock event elements
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any mock helper event
-	unrenderHelper: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelperSegs();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Business Hours
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-		this.renderBusinessSegs(
-			this.buildBusinessHourSegs()
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderBusinessHours: function() {
-		this.unrenderBusinessSegs();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Now Indicator
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	getNowIndicatorUnit: function() {
-		return 'minute'; // will refresh on the minute
-	},
-
-
-	renderNowIndicator: function(date) {
-		// seg system might be overkill, but it handles scenario where line needs to be rendered
-		//  more than once because of columns with the same date (resources columns for example)
-		var segs = this.spanToSegs({ start: date, end: date });
-		var top = this.computeDateTop(date, date);
-		var nodes = [];
-		var i;
-
-		// render lines within the columns
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			nodes.push($('<div class="fc-now-indicator fc-now-indicator-line"></div>')
-				.css('top', top)
-				.appendTo(this.colContainerEls.eq(segs[i].col))[0]);
-		}
-
-		// render an arrow over the axis
-		if (segs.length > 0) { // is the current time in view?
-			nodes.push($('<div class="fc-now-indicator fc-now-indicator-arrow"></div>')
-				.css('top', top)
-				.appendTo(this.el.find('.fc-content-skeleton'))[0]);
-		}
-
-		this.nowIndicatorEls = $(nodes);
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderNowIndicator: function() {
-		if (this.nowIndicatorEls) {
-			this.nowIndicatorEls.remove();
-			this.nowIndicatorEls = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Selection
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of a selection. Overrides the default, which was to simply render a highlight.
-	renderSelection: function(span) {
-		if (this.view.opt('selectHelper')) { // this setting signals that a mock helper event should be rendered
-
-			// normally acceps an eventLocation, span has a start/end, which is good enough
-			this.renderEventLocationHelper(span);
-		}
-		else {
-			this.renderHighlight(span);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders any visual indication of a selection
-	unrenderSelection: function() {
-		this.unrenderHelper();
-		this.unrenderHighlight();
-	},
-
-
-	/* Highlight
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderHighlight: function(span) {
-		this.renderHighlightSegs(this.spanToSegs(span));
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderHighlight: function() {
-		this.unrenderHighlightSegs();
-	}
-
-});
-
-;;
-
-/* Methods for rendering SEGMENTS, pieces of content that live on the view
- ( this file is no longer just for events )
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-TimeGrid.mixin({
-
-	colContainerEls: null, // containers for each column
-
-	// inner-containers for each column where different types of segs live
-	fgContainerEls: null,
-	bgContainerEls: null,
-	helperContainerEls: null,
-	highlightContainerEls: null,
-	businessContainerEls: null,
-
-	// arrays of different types of displayed segments
-	fgSegs: null,
-	bgSegs: null,
-	helperSegs: null,
-	highlightSegs: null,
-	businessSegs: null,
-
-
-	// Renders the DOM that the view's content will live in
-	renderContentSkeleton: function() {
-		var cellHtml = '';
-		var i;
-		var skeletonEl;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.colCnt; i++) {
-			cellHtml +=
-				'<td>' +
-					'<div class="fc-content-col">' +
-						'<div class="fc-event-container fc-helper-container"></div>' +
-						'<div class="fc-event-container"></div>' +
-						'<div class="fc-highlight-container"></div>' +
-						'<div class="fc-bgevent-container"></div>' +
-						'<div class="fc-business-container"></div>' +
-					'</div>' +
-				'</td>';
-		}
-
-		skeletonEl = $(
-			'<div class="fc-content-skeleton">' +
-				'<table>' +
-					'<tr>' + cellHtml + '</tr>' +
-				'</table>' +
-			'</div>'
-		);
-
-		this.colContainerEls = skeletonEl.find('.fc-content-col');
-		this.helperContainerEls = skeletonEl.find('.fc-helper-container');
-		this.fgContainerEls = skeletonEl.find('.fc-event-container:not(.fc-helper-container)');
-		this.bgContainerEls = skeletonEl.find('.fc-bgevent-container');
-		this.highlightContainerEls = skeletonEl.find('.fc-highlight-container');
-		this.businessContainerEls = skeletonEl.find('.fc-business-container');
-
-		this.bookendCells(skeletonEl.find('tr')); // TODO: do this on string level
-		this.el.append(skeletonEl);
-	},
-
-
-	/* Foreground Events
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderFgSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs = this.renderFgSegsIntoContainers(segs, this.fgContainerEls);
-		this.fgSegs = segs;
-		return segs; // needed for Grid::renderEvents
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderFgSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderNamedSegs('fgSegs');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Foreground Helper Events
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderHelperSegs: function(segs, sourceSeg) {
-		var helperEls = [];
-		var i, seg;
-		var sourceEl;
-
-		segs = this.renderFgSegsIntoContainers(segs, this.helperContainerEls);
-
-		// Try to make the segment that is in the same row as sourceSeg look the same
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			if (sourceSeg && sourceSeg.col === seg.col) {
-				sourceEl = sourceSeg.el;
-				seg.el.css({
-					left: sourceEl.css('left'),
-					right: sourceEl.css('right'),
-					'margin-left': sourceEl.css('margin-left'),
-					'margin-right': sourceEl.css('margin-right')
-				});
-			}
-			helperEls.push(seg.el[0]);
-		}
-
-		this.helperSegs = segs;
-
-		return $(helperEls); // must return rendered helpers
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderHelperSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderNamedSegs('helperSegs');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Background Events
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderBgSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs = this.renderFillSegEls('bgEvent', segs); // TODO: old fill system
-		this.updateSegVerticals(segs);
-		this.attachSegsByCol(this.groupSegsByCol(segs), this.bgContainerEls);
-		this.bgSegs = segs;
-		return segs; // needed for Grid::renderEvents
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderBgSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderNamedSegs('bgSegs');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Highlight
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderHighlightSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs = this.renderFillSegEls('highlight', segs); // TODO: old fill system
-		this.updateSegVerticals(segs);
-		this.attachSegsByCol(this.groupSegsByCol(segs), this.highlightContainerEls);
-		this.highlightSegs = segs;
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderHighlightSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderNamedSegs('highlightSegs');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Business Hours
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	renderBusinessSegs: function(segs) {
-		segs = this.renderFillSegEls('businessHours', segs); // TODO: old fill system
-		this.updateSegVerticals(segs);
-		this.attachSegsByCol(this.groupSegsByCol(segs), this.businessContainerEls);
-		this.businessSegs = segs;
-	},
-
-
-	unrenderBusinessSegs: function() {
-		this.unrenderNamedSegs('businessSegs');
-	},
-
-
-	/* Seg Rendering Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Given a flat array of segments, return an array of sub-arrays, grouped by each segment's col
-	groupSegsByCol: function(segs) {
-		var segsByCol = [];
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < this.colCnt; i++) {
-			segsByCol.push([]);
-		}
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			segsByCol[segs[i].col].push(segs[i]);
-		}
-
-		return segsByCol;
-	},
-
-
-	// Given segments grouped by column, insert the segments' elements into a parallel array of container
-	// elements, each living within a column.
-	attachSegsByCol: function(segsByCol, containerEls) {
-		var col;
-		var segs;
-		var i;
-
-		for (col = 0; col < this.colCnt; col++) { // iterate each column grouping
-			segs = segsByCol[col];
-
-			for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-				containerEls.eq(col).append(segs[i].el);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Given the name of a property of `this` object, assumed to be an array of segments,
-	// loops through each segment and removes from DOM. Will null-out the property afterwards.
-	unrenderNamedSegs: function(propName) {
-		var segs = this[propName];
-		var i;
-
-		if (segs) {
-			for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-				segs[i].el.remove();
-			}
-			this[propName] = null;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-
-	/* Foreground Event Rendering Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Given an array of foreground segments, render a DOM element for each, computes position,
-	// and attaches to the column inner-container elements.
-	renderFgSegsIntoContainers: function(segs, containerEls) {
-		var segsByCol;
-		var col;
-
-		segs = this.renderFgSegEls(segs); // will call fgSegHtml
-		segsByCol = this.groupSegsByCol(segs);
-
-		for (col = 0; col < this.colCnt; col++) {
-			this.updateFgSegCoords(segsByCol[col]);
-		}
-
-		this.attachSegsByCol(segsByCol, containerEls);
-
-		return segs;
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the HTML for a single event segment's default rendering
-	fgSegHtml: function(seg, disableResizing) {
-		var view = this.view;
-		var event = seg.event;
-		var isDraggable = view.isEventDraggable(event);
-		var isResizableFromStart = !disableResizing && seg.isStart && view.isEventResizableFromStart(event);
-		var isResizableFromEnd = !disableResizing && seg.isEnd && view.isEventResizableFromEnd(event);
-		var classes = this.getSegClasses(seg, isDraggable, isResizableFromStart || isResizableFromEnd);
-		var skinCss = cssToStr(this.getSegSkinCss(seg));
-		var timeText;
-		var fullTimeText; // more verbose time text. for the print stylesheet
-		var startTimeText; // just the start time text
-
-		classes.unshift('fc-time-grid-event', 'fc-v-event');
-
-		if (view.isMultiDayEvent(event)) { // if the event appears to span more than one day...
-			// Don't display time text on segments that run entirely through a day.
-			// That would appear as midnight-midnight and would look dumb.
-			// Otherwise, display the time text for the *segment's* times (like 6pm-midnight or midnight-10am)
-			if (seg.isStart || seg.isEnd) {
-				timeText = this.getEventTimeText(seg);
-				fullTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(seg, 'LT');
-				startTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(seg, null, false); // displayEnd=false
-			}
-		} else {
-			// Display the normal time text for the *event's* times
-			timeText = this.getEventTimeText(event);
-			fullTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(event, 'LT');
-			startTimeText = this.getEventTimeText(event, null, false); // displayEnd=false
-		}
-
-		return '<a class="' + classes.join(' ') + '"' +
-			(event.url ?
-				' href="' + htmlEscape(event.url) + '"' :
-				''
-				) +
-			(skinCss ?
-				' style="' + skinCss + '"' :
-				''
-				) +
-			'>' +
-				'<div class="fc-content">' +
-					(timeText ?
-						'<div class="fc-time"' +
-						' data-start="' + htmlEscape(startTimeText) + '"' +
-						' data-full="' + htmlEscape(fullTimeText) + '"' +
-						'>' +
-							'<span>' + htmlEscape(timeText) + '</span>' +
-						'</div>' :
-						''
-						) +
-					(event.title ?
-						'<div class="fc-title">' +
-							htmlEscape(event.title) +
-						'</div>' :
-						''
-						) +
-				'</div>' +
-				'<div class="fc-bg"/>' +
-				/* TODO: write CSS for this
-				(isResizableFromStart ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-start-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-				*/
-				(isResizableFromEnd ?
-					'<div class="fc-resizer fc-end-resizer" />' :
-					''
-					) +
-			'</a>';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Seg Position Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Refreshes the CSS top/bottom coordinates for each segment element.
-	// Works when called after initial render, after a window resize/zoom for example.
-	updateSegVerticals: function(segs) {
-		this.computeSegVerticals(segs);
-		this.assignSegVerticals(segs);
-	},
-
-
-	// For each segment in an array, computes and assigns its top and bottom properties
-	computeSegVerticals: function(segs) {
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			seg.top = this.computeDateTop(seg.start, seg.start);
-			seg.bottom = this.computeDateTop(seg.end, seg.start);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Given segments that already have their top/bottom properties computed, applies those values to
-	// the segments' elements.
-	assignSegVerticals: function(segs) {
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			seg.el.css(this.generateSegVerticalCss(seg));
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an object with CSS properties for the top/bottom coordinates of a segment element
-	generateSegVerticalCss: function(seg) {
-		return {
-			top: seg.top,
-			bottom: -seg.bottom // flipped because needs to be space beyond bottom edge of event container
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	/* Foreground Event Positioning Utils
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Given segments that are assumed to all live in the *same column*,
-	// compute their verical/horizontal coordinates and assign to their elements.
-	updateFgSegCoords: function(segs) {
-		this.computeSegVerticals(segs); // horizontals relies on this
-		this.computeFgSegHorizontals(segs); // compute horizontal coordinates, z-index's, and reorder the array
-		this.assignSegVerticals(segs);
-		this.assignFgSegHorizontals(segs);
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an array of segments that are all in the same column, sets the backwardCoord and forwardCoord on each.
-	// NOTE: Also reorders the given array by date!
-	computeFgSegHorizontals: function(segs) {
-		var levels;
-		var level0;
-		var i;
-
-		this.sortEventSegs(segs); // order by certain criteria
-		levels = buildSlotSegLevels(segs);
-		computeForwardSlotSegs(levels);
-
-		if ((level0 = levels[0])) {
-
-			for (i = 0; i < level0.length; i++) {
-				computeSlotSegPressures(level0[i]);
-			}
-
-			for (i = 0; i < level0.length; i++) {
-				this.computeFgSegForwardBack(level0[i], 0, 0);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Calculate seg.forwardCoord and seg.backwardCoord for the segment, where both values range
-	// from 0 to 1. If the calendar is left-to-right, the seg.backwardCoord maps to "left" and
-	// seg.forwardCoord maps to "right" (via percentage). Vice-versa if the calendar is right-to-left.
-	//
-	// The segment might be part of a "series", which means consecutive segments with the same pressure
-	// who's width is unknown until an edge has been hit. `seriesBackwardPressure` is the number of
-	// segments behind this one in the current series, and `seriesBackwardCoord` is the starting
-	// coordinate of the first segment in the series.
-	computeFgSegForwardBack: function(seg, seriesBackwardPressure, seriesBackwardCoord) {
-		var forwardSegs = seg.forwardSegs;
-		var i;
-
-		if (seg.forwardCoord === undefined) { // not already computed
-
-			if (!forwardSegs.length) {
-
-				// if there are no forward segments, this segment should butt up against the edge
-				seg.forwardCoord = 1;
-			}
-			else {
-
-				// sort highest pressure first
-				this.sortForwardSegs(forwardSegs);
-
-				// this segment's forwardCoord will be calculated from the backwardCoord of the
-				// highest-pressure forward segment.
-				this.computeFgSegForwardBack(forwardSegs[0], seriesBackwardPressure + 1, seriesBackwardCoord);
-				seg.forwardCoord = forwardSegs[0].backwardCoord;
-			}
-
-			// calculate the backwardCoord from the forwardCoord. consider the series
-			seg.backwardCoord = seg.forwardCoord -
-				(seg.forwardCoord - seriesBackwardCoord) / // available width for series
-				(seriesBackwardPressure + 1); // # of segments in the series
-
-			// use this segment's coordinates to computed the coordinates of the less-pressurized
-			// forward segments
-			for (i=0; i<forwardSegs.length; i++) {
-				this.computeFgSegForwardBack(forwardSegs[i], 0, seg.forwardCoord);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	sortForwardSegs: function(forwardSegs) {
-		forwardSegs.sort(proxy(this, 'compareForwardSegs'));
-	},
-
-
-	// A cmp function for determining which forward segment to rely on more when computing coordinates.
-	compareForwardSegs: function(seg1, seg2) {
-		// put higher-pressure first
-		return seg2.forwardPressure - seg1.forwardPressure ||
-			// put segments that are closer to initial edge first (and favor ones with no coords yet)
-			(seg1.backwardCoord || 0) - (seg2.backwardCoord || 0) ||
-			// do normal sorting...
-			this.compareEventSegs(seg1, seg2);
-	},
-
-
-	// Given foreground event segments that have already had their position coordinates computed,
-	// assigns position-related CSS values to their elements.
-	assignFgSegHorizontals: function(segs) {
-		var i, seg;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			seg = segs[i];
-			seg.el.css(this.generateFgSegHorizontalCss(seg));
-
-			// if the height is short, add a className for alternate styling
-			if (seg.bottom - seg.top < 30) {
-				seg.el.addClass('fc-short');
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates an object with CSS properties/values that should be applied to an event segment element.
-	// Contains important positioning-related properties that should be applied to any event element, customized or not.
-	generateFgSegHorizontalCss: function(seg) {
-		var shouldOverlap = this.view.opt('slotEventOverlap');
-		var backwardCoord = seg.backwardCoord; // the left side if LTR. the right side if RTL. floating-point
-		var forwardCoord = seg.forwardCoord; // the right side if LTR. the left side if RTL. floating-point
-		var props = this.generateSegVerticalCss(seg); // get top/bottom first
-		var left; // amount of space from left edge, a fraction of the total width
-		var right; // amount of space from right edge, a fraction of the total width
-
-		if (shouldOverlap) {
-			// double the width, but don't go beyond the maximum forward coordinate (1.0)
-			forwardCoord = Math.min(1, backwardCoord + (forwardCoord - backwardCoord) * 2);
-		}
-
-		if (this.isRTL) {
-			left = 1 - forwardCoord;
-			right = backwardCoord;
-		}
-		else {
-			left = backwardCoord;
-			right = 1 - forwardCoord;
-		}
-
-		props.zIndex = seg.level + 1; // convert from 0-base to 1-based
-		props.left = left * 100 + '%';
-		props.right = right * 100 + '%';
-
-		if (shouldOverlap && seg.forwardPressure) {
-			// add padding to the edge so that forward stacked events don't cover the resizer's icon
-			props[this.isRTL ? 'marginLeft' : 'marginRight'] = 10 * 2; // 10 is a guesstimate of the icon's width
-		}
-
-		return props;
-	}
-
-});
-
-
-// Builds an array of segments "levels". The first level will be the leftmost tier of segments if the calendar is
-// left-to-right, or the rightmost if the calendar is right-to-left. Assumes the segments are already ordered by date.
-function buildSlotSegLevels(segs) {
-	var levels = [];
-	var i, seg;
-	var j;
-
-	for (i=0; i<segs.length; i++) {
-		seg = segs[i];
-
-		// go through all the levels and stop on the first level where there are no collisions
-		for (j=0; j<levels.length; j++) {
-			if (!computeSlotSegCollisions(seg, levels[j]).length) {
-				break;
-			}
-		}
-
-		seg.level = j;
-
-		(levels[j] || (levels[j] = [])).push(seg);
-	}
-
-	return levels;
-}
-
-
-// For every segment, figure out the other segments that are in subsequent
-// levels that also occupy the same vertical space. Accumulate in seg.forwardSegs
-function computeForwardSlotSegs(levels) {
-	var i, level;
-	var j, seg;
-	var k;
-
-	for (i=0; i<levels.length; i++) {
-		level = levels[i];
-
-		for (j=0; j<level.length; j++) {
-			seg = level[j];
-
-			seg.forwardSegs = [];
-			for (k=i+1; k<levels.length; k++) {
-				computeSlotSegCollisions(seg, levels[k], seg.forwardSegs);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Figure out which path forward (via seg.forwardSegs) results in the longest path until
-// the furthest edge is reached. The number of segments in this path will be seg.forwardPressure
-function computeSlotSegPressures(seg) {
-	var forwardSegs = seg.forwardSegs;
-	var forwardPressure = 0;
-	var i, forwardSeg;
-
-	if (seg.forwardPressure === undefined) { // not already computed
-
-		for (i=0; i<forwardSegs.length; i++) {
-			forwardSeg = forwardSegs[i];
-
-			// figure out the child's maximum forward path
-			computeSlotSegPressures(forwardSeg);
-
-			// either use the existing maximum, or use the child's forward pressure
-			// plus one (for the forwardSeg itself)
-			forwardPressure = Math.max(
-				forwardPressure,
-				1 + forwardSeg.forwardPressure
-			);
-		}
-
-		seg.forwardPressure = forwardPressure;
-	}
-}
-
-
-// Find all the segments in `otherSegs` that vertically collide with `seg`.
-// Append into an optionally-supplied `results` array and return.
-function computeSlotSegCollisions(seg, otherSegs, results) {
-	results = results || [];
-
-	for (var i=0; i<otherSegs.length; i++) {
-		if (isSlotSegCollision(seg, otherSegs[i])) {
-			results.push(otherSegs[i]);
-		}
-	}
-
-	return results;
-}
-
-
-// Do these segments occupy the same vertical space?
-function isSlotSegCollision(seg1, seg2) {
-	return seg1.bottom > seg2.top && seg1.top < seg2.bottom;
-}
-
-;;
-
-/* An abstract class from which other views inherit from
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-var View = FC.View = Class.extend(EmitterMixin, ListenerMixin, {
-
-	type: null, // subclass' view name (string)
-	name: null, // deprecated. use `type` instead
-	title: null, // the text that will be displayed in the header's title
-
-	calendar: null, // owner Calendar object
-	options: null, // hash containing all options. already merged with view-specific-options
-	el: null, // the view's containing element. set by Calendar
-
-	isDateSet: false,
-	isDateRendered: false,
-	dateRenderQueue: null,
-
-	isEventsBound: false,
-	isEventsSet: false,
-	isEventsRendered: false,
-	eventRenderQueue: null,
-
-	// range the view is actually displaying (moments)
-	start: null,
-	end: null, // exclusive
-
-	// range the view is formally responsible for (moments)
-	// may be different from start/end. for example, a month view might have 1st-31st, excluding padded dates
-	intervalStart: null,
-	intervalEnd: null, // exclusive
-	intervalDuration: null,
-	intervalUnit: null, // name of largest unit being displayed, like "month" or "week"
-
-	isRTL: false,
-	isSelected: false, // boolean whether a range of time is user-selected or not
-	selectedEvent: null,
-
-	eventOrderSpecs: null, // criteria for ordering events when they have same date/time
-
-	// classNames styled by jqui themes
-	widgetHeaderClass: null,
-	widgetContentClass: null,
-	highlightStateClass: null,
-
-	// for date utils, computed from options
-	nextDayThreshold: null,
-	isHiddenDayHash: null,
-
-	// now indicator
-	isNowIndicatorRendered: null,
-	initialNowDate: null, // result first getNow call
-	initialNowQueriedMs: null, // ms time the getNow was called
-	nowIndicatorTimeoutID: null, // for refresh timing of now indicator
-	nowIndicatorIntervalID: null, // "
-
-
-	constructor: function(calendar, type, options, intervalDuration) {
-
-		this.calendar = calendar;
-		this.type = this.name = type; // .name is deprecated
-		this.options = options;
-		this.intervalDuration = intervalDuration || moment.duration(1, 'day');
-
-		this.nextDayThreshold = moment.duration(this.opt('nextDayThreshold'));
-		this.initThemingProps();
-		this.initHiddenDays();
-		this.isRTL = this.opt('isRTL');
-
-		this.eventOrderSpecs = parseFieldSpecs(this.opt('eventOrder'));
-
-		this.dateRenderQueue = new TaskQueue();
-		this.eventRenderQueue = new TaskQueue(this.opt('eventRenderWait'));
-
-		this.initialize();
-	},
-
-
-	// A good place for subclasses to initialize member variables
-	initialize: function() {
-		// subclasses can implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves an option with the given name
-	opt: function(name) {
-		return this.options[name];
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers handlers that are view-related. Modifies args before passing to calendar.
-	publiclyTrigger: function(name, thisObj) { // arguments beyond thisObj are passed along
-		var calendar = this.calendar;
-
-		return calendar.publiclyTrigger.apply(
-			calendar,
-			[name, thisObj || this].concat(
-				Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 2), // arguments beyond thisObj
-				[ this ] // always make the last argument a reference to the view. TODO: deprecate
-			)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns a proxy of the given promise that will be rejected if the given event fires
-	// before the promise resolves.
-	rejectOn: function(eventName, promise) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		return new Promise(function(resolve, reject) {
-			_this.one(eventName, reject);
-
-			function cleanup() {
-				_this.off(eventName, reject);
-			}
-
-			promise.then(function(res) { // success
-				cleanup();
-				resolve(res);
-			}, function() { // failure
-				cleanup();
-				reject();
-			});
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	/* Date Computation
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Updates all internal dates for displaying the given unzoned range.
-	setRange: function(range) {
-		$.extend(this, range); // assigns every property to this object's member variables
-		this.updateTitle();
-	},
-
-
-	// Given a single current unzoned date, produce information about what range to display.
-	// Subclasses can override. Must return all properties.
-	computeRange: function(date) {
-		var intervalUnit = computeIntervalUnit(this.intervalDuration);
-		var intervalStart = date.clone().startOf(intervalUnit);
-		var intervalEnd = intervalStart.clone().add(this.intervalDuration);
-		var start, end;
-
-		// normalize the range's time-ambiguity
-		if (/year|month|week|day/.test(intervalUnit)) { // whole-days?
-			intervalStart.stripTime();
-			intervalEnd.stripTime();
-		}
-		else { // needs to have a time?
-			if (!intervalStart.hasTime()) {
-				intervalStart = this.calendar.time(0); // give 00:00 time
-			}
-			if (!intervalEnd.hasTime()) {
-				intervalEnd = this.calendar.time(0); // give 00:00 time
-			}
-		}
-
-		start = intervalStart.clone();
-		start = this.skipHiddenDays(start);
-		end = intervalEnd.clone();
-		end = this.skipHiddenDays(end, -1, true); // exclusively move backwards
-
-		return {
-			intervalUnit: intervalUnit,
-			intervalStart: intervalStart,
-			intervalEnd: intervalEnd,
-			start: start,
-			end: end
-		};
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the new date when the user hits the prev button, given the current date
-	computePrevDate: function(date) {
-		return this.massageCurrentDate(
-			date.clone().startOf(this.intervalUnit).subtract(this.intervalDuration), -1
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes the new date when the user hits the next button, given the current date
-	computeNextDate: function(date) {
-		return this.massageCurrentDate(
-			date.clone().startOf(this.intervalUnit).add(this.intervalDuration)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Given an arbitrarily calculated current date of the calendar, returns a date that is ensured to be completely
-	// visible. `direction` is optional and indicates which direction the current date was being
-	// incremented or decremented (1 or -1).
-	massageCurrentDate: function(date, direction) {
-		if (this.intervalDuration.as('days') <= 1) { // if the view displays a single day or smaller
-			if (this.isHiddenDay(date)) {
-				date = this.skipHiddenDays(date, direction);
-				date.startOf('day');
-			}
-		}
-
-		return date;
-	},
-
-
-	/* Title and Date Formatting
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Sets the view's title property to the most updated computed value
-	updateTitle: function() {
-		this.title = this.computeTitle();
-		this.calendar.setToolbarsTitle(this.title);
-	},
-
-
-	// Computes what the title at the top of the calendar should be for this view
-	computeTitle: function() {
-		var start, end;
-
-		// for views that span a large unit of time, show the proper interval, ignoring stray days before and after
-		if (this.intervalUnit === 'year' || this.intervalUnit === 'month') {
-			start = this.intervalStart;
-			end = this.intervalEnd;
-		}
-		else { // for day units or smaller, use the actual day range
-			start = this.start;
-			end = this.end;
-		}
-
-		return this.formatRange(
-			{
-				// in case intervalStart/End has a time, make sure timezone is correct
-				start: this.calendar.applyTimezone(start),
-				end: this.calendar.applyTimezone(end)
-			},
-			this.opt('titleFormat') || this.computeTitleFormat(),
-			this.opt('titleRangeSeparator')
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Generates the format string that should be used to generate the title for the current date range.
-	// Attempts to compute the most appropriate format if not explicitly specified with `titleFormat`.
-	computeTitleFormat: function() {
-		if (this.intervalUnit == 'year') {
-			return 'YYYY';
-		}
-		else if (this.intervalUnit == 'month') {
-			return this.opt('monthYearFormat'); // like "September 2014"
-		}
-		else if (this.intervalDuration.as('days') > 1) {
-			return 'll'; // multi-day range. shorter, like "Sep 9 - 10 2014"
-		}
-		else {
-			return 'LL'; // one day. longer, like "September 9 2014"
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Utility for formatting a range. Accepts a range object, formatting string, and optional separator.
-	// Displays all-day ranges naturally, with an inclusive end. Takes the current isRTL into account.
-	// The timezones of the dates within `range` will be respected.
-	formatRange: function(range, formatStr, separator) {
-		var end = range.end;
-
-		if (!end.hasTime()) { // all-day?
-			end = end.clone().subtract(1); // convert to inclusive. last ms of previous day
-		}
-
-		return formatRange(range.start, end, formatStr, separator, this.opt('isRTL'));
-	},
-
-
-	getAllDayHtml: function() {
-		return this.opt('allDayHtml') || htmlEscape(this.opt('allDayText'));
-	},
-
-
-	/* Navigation
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Generates HTML for an anchor to another view into the calendar.
-	// Will either generate an <a> tag or a non-clickable <span> tag, depending on enabled settings.
-	// `gotoOptions` can either be a moment input, or an object with the form:
-	// { date, type, forceOff }
-	// `type` is a view-type like "day" or "week". default value is "day".
-	// `attrs` and `innerHtml` are use to generate the rest of the HTML tag.
-	buildGotoAnchorHtml: function(gotoOptions, attrs, innerHtml) {
-		var date, type, forceOff;
-		var finalOptions;
-
-		if ($.isPlainObject(gotoOptions)) {
-			date = gotoOptions.date;
-			type = gotoOptions.type;
-			forceOff = gotoOptions.forceOff;
-		}
-		else {
-			date = gotoOptions; // a single moment input
-		}
-		date = FC.moment(date); // if a string, parse it
-
-		finalOptions = { // for serialization into the link
-			date: date.format('YYYY-MM-DD'),
-			type: type || 'day'
-		};
-
-		if (typeof attrs === 'string') {
-			innerHtml = attrs;
-			attrs = null;
-		}
-
-		attrs = attrs ? ' ' + attrsToStr(attrs) : ''; // will have a leading space
-		innerHtml = innerHtml || '';
-
-		if (!forceOff && this.opt('navLinks')) {
-			return '<a' + attrs +
-				' data-goto="' + htmlEscape(JSON.stringify(finalOptions)) + '">' +
-				innerHtml +
-				'</a>';
-		}
-		else {
-			return '<span' + attrs + '>' +
-				innerHtml +
-				'</span>';
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Rendering Non-date-related Content
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// Sets the container element that the view should render inside of, does global DOM-related initializations,
-	// and renders all the non-date-related content inside.
-	setElement: function(el) {
-		this.el = el;
-		this.bindGlobalHandlers();
-		this.renderSkeleton();
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes the view's container element from the DOM, clearing any content beforehand.
-	// Undoes any other DOM-related attachments.
-	removeElement: function() {
-		this.unsetDate();
-		this.unrenderSkeleton();
-
-		this.unbindGlobalHandlers();
-
-		this.el.remove();
-		// NOTE: don't null-out this.el in case the View was destroyed within an API callback.
-		// We don't null-out the View's other jQuery element references upon destroy,
-		//  so we shouldn't kill this.el either.
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders the basic structure of the view before any content is rendered
-	renderSkeleton: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders the basic structure of the view
-	unrenderSkeleton: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Date Setting/Unsetting
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	setDate: function(date) {
-		var isReset = this.isDateSet;
-
-		this.isDateSet = true;
-		this.handleDate(date, isReset);
-		this.trigger(isReset ? 'dateReset' : 'dateSet', date);
-	},
-
-
-	unsetDate: function() {
-		if (this.isDateSet) {
-			this.isDateSet = false;
-			this.handleDateUnset();
-			this.trigger('dateUnset');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Date Handling
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	handleDate: function(date, isReset) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		this.unbindEvents(); // will do nothing if not already bound
-		this.requestDateRender(date).then(function() {
-			// wish we could start earlier, but setRange/computeRange needs to execute first
-			_this.bindEvents(); // will request events
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	handleDateUnset: function() {
-		this.unbindEvents();
-		this.requestDateUnrender();
-	},
-
-
-	// Date Render Queuing
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// if date not specified, uses current
-	requestDateRender: function(date) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		return this.dateRenderQueue.add(function() {
-			return _this.executeDateRender(date);
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	requestDateUnrender: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		return this.dateRenderQueue.add(function() {
-			return _this.executeDateUnrender();
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Date High-level Rendering
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// if date not specified, uses current
-	executeDateRender: function(date) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		// if rendering a new date, reset scroll to initial state (scrollTime)
-		if (date) {
-			this.captureInitialScroll();
-		}
-		else {
-			this.captureScroll(); // a rerender of the current date
-		}
-
-		this.freezeHeight();
-
-		return this.executeDateUnrender().then(function() {
-
-			if (date) {
-				_this.setRange(_this.computeRange(date));
-			}
-
-			if (_this.render) {
-				_this.render(); // TODO: deprecate
-			}
-
-			_this.renderDates();
-			_this.updateSize();
-			_this.renderBusinessHours(); // might need coordinates, so should go after updateSize()
-			_this.startNowIndicator();
-
-			_this.thawHeight();
-			_this.releaseScroll();
-
-			_this.isDateRendered = true;
-			_this.onDateRender();
-			_this.trigger('dateRender');
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	executeDateUnrender: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		if (_this.isDateRendered) {
-			return this.requestEventsUnrender().then(function() {
-
-				_this.unselect();
-				_this.stopNowIndicator();
-				_this.triggerUnrender();
-				_this.unrenderBusinessHours();
-				_this.unrenderDates();
-
-				if (_this.destroy) {
-					_this.destroy(); // TODO: deprecate
-				}
-
-				_this.isDateRendered = false;
-				_this.trigger('dateUnrender');
-			});
-		}
-		else {
-			return Promise.resolve();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Date Rendering Triggers
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	onDateRender: function() {
-		this.triggerRender();
-	},
-
-
-	// Date Low-level Rendering
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// date-cell content only
-	renderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// date-cell content only
-	unrenderDates: function() {
-		// subclasses should override
-	},
-
-
-	// Misc view rendering utils
-	// -------------------------
-
-
-	// Signals that the view's content has been rendered
-	triggerRender: function() {
-		this.publiclyTrigger('viewRender', this, this, this.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Signals that the view's content is about to be unrendered
-	triggerUnrender: function() {
-		this.publiclyTrigger('viewDestroy', this, this, this.el);
-	},
-
-
-	// Binds DOM handlers to elements that reside outside the view container, such as the document
-	bindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		this.listenTo(GlobalEmitter.get(), {
-			touchstart: this.processUnselect,
-			mousedown: this.handleDocumentMousedown
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Unbinds DOM handlers from elements that reside outside the view container
-	unbindGlobalHandlers: function() {
-		this.stopListeningTo(GlobalEmitter.get());
-	},
-
-
-	// Initializes internal variables related to theming
-	initThemingProps: function() {
-		var tm = this.opt('theme') ? 'ui' : 'fc';
-
-		this.widgetHeaderClass = tm + '-widget-header';
-		this.widgetContentClass = tm + '-widget-content';
-		this.highlightStateClass = tm + '-state-highlight';
-	},
-
-
-	/* Business Hours
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders business-hours onto the view. Assumes updateSize has already been called.
-	renderBusinessHours: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders previously-rendered business-hours
-	unrenderBusinessHours: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Now Indicator
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Immediately render the current time indicator and begins re-rendering it at an interval,
-	// which is defined by this.getNowIndicatorUnit().
-	// TODO: somehow do this for the current whole day's background too
-	startNowIndicator: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-		var unit;
-		var update;
-		var delay; // ms wait value
-
-		if (this.opt('nowIndicator')) {
-			unit = this.getNowIndicatorUnit();
-			if (unit) {
-				update = proxy(this, 'updateNowIndicator'); // bind to `this`
-
-				this.initialNowDate = this.calendar.getNow();
-				this.initialNowQueriedMs = +new Date();
-				this.renderNowIndicator(this.initialNowDate);
-				this.isNowIndicatorRendered = true;
-
-				// wait until the beginning of the next interval
-				delay = this.initialNowDate.clone().startOf(unit).add(1, unit) - this.initialNowDate;
-				this.nowIndicatorTimeoutID = setTimeout(function() {
-					_this.nowIndicatorTimeoutID = null;
-					update();
-					delay = +moment.duration(1, unit);
-					delay = Math.max(100, delay); // prevent too frequent
-					_this.nowIndicatorIntervalID = setInterval(update, delay); // update every interval
-				}, delay);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// rerenders the now indicator, computing the new current time from the amount of time that has passed
-	// since the initial getNow call.
-	updateNowIndicator: function() {
-		if (this.isNowIndicatorRendered) {
-			this.unrenderNowIndicator();
-			this.renderNowIndicator(
-				this.initialNowDate.clone().add(new Date() - this.initialNowQueriedMs) // add ms
-			);
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Immediately unrenders the view's current time indicator and stops any re-rendering timers.
-	// Won't cause side effects if indicator isn't rendered.
-	stopNowIndicator: function() {
-		if (this.isNowIndicatorRendered) {
-
-			if (this.nowIndicatorTimeoutID) {
-				clearTimeout(this.nowIndicatorTimeoutID);
-				this.nowIndicatorTimeoutID = null;
-			}
-			if (this.nowIndicatorIntervalID) {
-				clearTimeout(this.nowIndicatorIntervalID);
-				this.nowIndicatorIntervalID = null;
-			}
-
-			this.unrenderNowIndicator();
-			this.isNowIndicatorRendered = false;
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Returns a string unit, like 'second' or 'minute' that defined how often the current time indicator
-	// should be refreshed. If something falsy is returned, no time indicator is rendered at all.
-	getNowIndicatorUnit: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Renders a current time indicator at the given datetime
-	renderNowIndicator: function(date) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Undoes the rendering actions from renderNowIndicator
-	unrenderNowIndicator: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Dimensions
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Refreshes anything dependant upon sizing of the container element of the grid
-	updateSize: function(isResize) {
-
-		if (isResize) {
-			this.captureScroll();
-		}
-
-		this.updateHeight(isResize);
-		this.updateWidth(isResize);
-		this.updateNowIndicator();
-
-		if (isResize) {
-			this.releaseScroll();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Refreshes the horizontal dimensions of the calendar
-	updateWidth: function(isResize) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Refreshes the vertical dimensions of the calendar
-	updateHeight: function(isResize) {
-		var calendar = this.calendar; // we poll the calendar for height information
-
-		this.setHeight(
-			calendar.getSuggestedViewHeight(),
-			calendar.isHeightAuto()
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Updates the vertical dimensions of the calendar to the specified height.
-	// if `isAuto` is set to true, height becomes merely a suggestion and the view should use its "natural" height.
-	setHeight: function(height, isAuto) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Scroller
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	capturedScroll: null,
-	capturedScrollDepth: 0,
-
-
-	captureScroll: function() {
-		if (!(this.capturedScrollDepth++)) {
-			this.capturedScroll = this.isDateRendered ? this.queryScroll() : {}; // require a render first
-			return true; // root?
-		}
-		return false;
-	},
-
-
-	captureInitialScroll: function(forcedScroll) {
-		if (this.captureScroll()) { // root?
-			this.capturedScroll.isInitial = true;
-
-			if (forcedScroll) {
-				$.extend(this.capturedScroll, forcedScroll);
-			}
-			else {
-				this.capturedScroll.isComputed = true;
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	releaseScroll: function() {
-		var scroll = this.capturedScroll;
-		var isRoot = this.discardScroll();
-
-		if (scroll.isComputed) {
-			if (isRoot) {
-				// only compute initial scroll if it will actually be used (is the root capture)
-				$.extend(scroll, this.computeInitialScroll());
-			}
-			else {
-				scroll = null; // scroll couldn't be computed. don't apply it to the DOM
-			}
-		}
-
-		if (scroll) {
-			// we act immediately on a releaseScroll operation, as opposed to captureScroll.
-			// if capture/release wraps a render operation that screws up the scroll,
-			// we still want to restore it a good state after, regardless of depth.
-
-			if (scroll.isInitial) {
-				this.hardSetScroll(scroll); // outsmart how browsers set scroll on initial DOM
-			}
-			else {
-				this.setScroll(scroll);
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	discardScroll: function() {
-		if (!(--this.capturedScrollDepth)) {
-			this.capturedScroll = null;
-			return true; // root?
-		}
-		return false;
-	},
-
-
-	computeInitialScroll: function() {
-		return {};
-	},
-
-
-	queryScroll: function() {
-		return {};
-	},
-
-
-	hardSetScroll: function(scroll) {
-		var _this = this;
-		var exec = function() { _this.setScroll(scroll); };
-		exec();
-		setTimeout(exec, 0); // to surely clear the browser's initial scroll for the DOM
-	},
-
-
-	setScroll: function(scroll) {
-	},
-
-
-	/* Height Freezing
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	freezeHeight: function() {
-		this.calendar.freezeContentHeight();
-	},
-
-
-	thawHeight: function() {
-		this.calendar.thawContentHeight();
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Binding/Unbinding
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	bindEvents: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		if (!this.isEventsBound) {
-			this.isEventsBound = true;
-			this.rejectOn('eventsUnbind', this.requestEvents()).then(function(events) { // TODO: test rejection
-				_this.listenTo(_this.calendar, 'eventsReset', _this.setEvents);
-				_this.setEvents(events);
-			});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	unbindEvents: function() {
-		if (this.isEventsBound) {
-			this.isEventsBound = false;
-			this.stopListeningTo(this.calendar, 'eventsReset');
-			this.unsetEvents();
-			this.trigger('eventsUnbind');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Setting/Unsetting
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	setEvents: function(events) {
-		var isReset = this.isEventSet;
-
-		this.isEventsSet = true;
-		this.handleEvents(events, isReset);
-		this.trigger(isReset ? 'eventsReset' : 'eventsSet', events);
-	},
-
-
-	unsetEvents: function() {
-		if (this.isEventsSet) {
-			this.isEventsSet = false;
-			this.handleEventsUnset();
-			this.trigger('eventsUnset');
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	whenEventsSet: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		if (this.isEventsSet) {
-			return Promise.resolve(this.getCurrentEvents());
-		}
-		else {
-			return new Promise(function(resolve) {
-				_this.one('eventsSet', resolve);
-			});
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Handling
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	handleEvents: function(events, isReset) {
-		this.requestEventsRender(events);
-	},
-
-
-	handleEventsUnset: function() {
-		this.requestEventsUnrender();
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Render Queuing
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// assumes any previous event renders have been cleared already
-	requestEventsRender: function(events) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		return this.eventRenderQueue.add(function() { // might not return a promise if debounced!? bad
-			return _this.executeEventsRender(events);
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	requestEventsUnrender: function() {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		if (this.isEventsRendered) {
-			return this.eventRenderQueue.addQuickly(function() {
-				return _this.executeEventsUnrender();
-			});
-		}
-		else {
-			return Promise.resolve();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	requestCurrentEventsRender: function() {
-		if (this.isEventsSet) {
-			this.requestEventsRender(this.getCurrentEvents());
-		}
-		else {
-			return Promise.reject();
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Event High-level Rendering
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	executeEventsRender: function(events) {
-		var _this = this;
-
-		this.captureScroll();
-		this.freezeHeight();
-
-		return this.executeEventsUnrender().then(function() {
-			_this.renderEvents(events);
-
-			_this.thawHeight();
-			_this.releaseScroll();
-
-			_this.isEventsRendered = true;
-			_this.onEventsRender();
-			_this.trigger('eventsRender');
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	executeEventsUnrender: function() {
-		if (this.isEventsRendered) {
-			this.onBeforeEventsUnrender();
-
-			this.captureScroll();
-			this.freezeHeight();
-
-			if (this.destroyEvents) {
-				this.destroyEvents(); // TODO: deprecate
-			}
-
-			this.unrenderEvents();
-
-			this.thawHeight();
-			this.releaseScroll();
-
-			this.isEventsRendered = false;
-			this.trigger('eventsUnrender');
-		}
-
-		return Promise.resolve(); // always synchronous
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Rendering Triggers
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// Signals that all events have been rendered
-	onEventsRender: function() {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			this.publiclyTrigger('eventAfterRender', seg.event, seg.event, seg.el);
-		});
-		this.publiclyTrigger('eventAfterAllRender');
-	},
-
-
-	// Signals that all event elements are about to be removed
-	onBeforeEventsUnrender: function() {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			this.publiclyTrigger('eventDestroy', seg.event, seg.event, seg.el);
-		});
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Low-level Rendering
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// Renders the events onto the view.
-	renderEvents: function(events) {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Removes event elements from the view.
-	unrenderEvents: function() {
-		// subclasses should implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Data Access
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	requestEvents: function() {
-		return this.calendar.requestEvents(this.start, this.end);
-	},
-
-
-	getCurrentEvents: function() {
-		return this.calendar.getPrunedEventCache();
-	},
-
-
-	// Event Rendering Utils
-	// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-
-	// Given an event and the default element used for rendering, returns the element that should actually be used.
-	// Basically runs events and elements through the eventRender hook.
-	resolveEventEl: function(event, el) {
-		var custom = this.publiclyTrigger('eventRender', event, event, el);
-
-		if (custom === false) { // means don't render at all
-			el = null;
-		}
-		else if (custom && custom !== true) {
-			el = $(custom);
-		}
-
-		return el;
-	},
-
-
-	// Hides all rendered event segments linked to the given event
-	showEvent: function(event) {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			seg.el.css('visibility', '');
-		}, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Shows all rendered event segments linked to the given event
-	hideEvent: function(event) {
-		this.renderedEventSegEach(function(seg) {
-			seg.el.css('visibility', 'hidden');
-		}, event);
-	},
-
-
-	// Iterates through event segments that have been rendered (have an el). Goes through all by default.
-	// If the optional `event` argument is specified, only iterates through segments linked to that event.
-	// The `this` value of the callback function will be the view.
-	renderedEventSegEach: function(func, event) {
-		var segs = this.getEventSegs();
-		var i;
-
-		for (i = 0; i < segs.length; i++) {
-			if (!event || segs[i].event._id === event._id) {
-				if (segs[i].el) {
-					func.call(this, segs[i]);
-				}
-			}
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	// Retrieves all the rendered segment objects for the view
-	getEventSegs: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-		return [];
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Drag-n-Drop
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes if the given event is allowed to be dragged by the user
-	isEventDraggable: function(event) {
-		return this.isEventStartEditable(event);
-	},
-
-
-	isEventStartEditable: function(event) {
-		return firstDefined(
-			event.startEditable,
-			(event.source || {}).startEditable,
-			this.opt('eventStartEditable'),
-			this.isEventGenerallyEditable(event)
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	isEventGenerallyEditable: function(event) {
-		return firstDefined(
-			event.editable,
-			(event.source || {}).editable,
-			this.opt('editable')
-		);
-	},
-
-
-	// Must be called when an event in the view is dropped onto new location.
-	// `dropLocation` is an object that contains the new zoned start/end/allDay values for the event.
-	reportSegDrop: function(seg, dropLocation, largeUnit, el, ev) {
-		var calendar = this.calendar;
-		var mutateResult = calendar.mutateSeg(seg, dropLocation, largeUnit);
-		var undoFunc = function() {
-			mutateResult.undo();
-			calendar.reportEventChange();
-		};
-
-		this.triggerEventDrop(seg.event, mutateResult.dateDelta, undoFunc, el, ev);
-		calendar.reportEventChange(); // will rerender events
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers event-drop handlers that have subscribed via the API
-	triggerEventDrop: function(event, dateDelta, undoFunc, el, ev) {
-		this.publiclyTrigger('eventDrop', el[0], event, dateDelta, undoFunc, ev, {}); // {} = jqui dummy
-	},
-
-
-	/* External Element Drag-n-Drop
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Must be called when an external element, via jQuery UI, has been dropped onto the calendar.
-	// `meta` is the parsed data that has been embedded into the dragging event.
-	// `dropLocation` is an object that contains the new zoned start/end/allDay values for the event.
-	reportExternalDrop: function(meta, dropLocation, el, ev, ui) {
-		var eventProps = meta.eventProps;
-		var eventInput;
-		var event;
-
-		// Try to build an event object and render it. TODO: decouple the two
-		if (eventProps) {
-			eventInput = $.extend({}, eventProps, dropLocation);
-			event = this.calendar.renderEvent(eventInput, meta.stick)[0]; // renderEvent returns an array
-		}
-
-		this.triggerExternalDrop(event, dropLocation, el, ev, ui);
-	},
-
-
-	// Triggers external-drop handlers that have subscribed via the API
-	triggerExternalDrop: function(event, dropLocation, el, ev, ui) {
-
-		// trigger 'drop' regardless of whether element represents an event
-		this.publiclyTrigger('drop', el[0], dropLocation.start, ev, ui);
-
-		if (event) {
-			this.publiclyTrigger('eventReceive', null, event); // signal an external event landed
-		}
-	},
-
-
-	/* Drag-n-Drop Rendering (for both events and external elements)
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Renders a visual indication of a event or external-element drag over the given drop zone.
-	// If an external-element, seg will be `null`.
-	// Must return elements used for any mock events.
-	renderDrag: function(dropLocation, seg) {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	// Unrenders a visual indication of an event or external-element being dragged.
-	unrenderDrag: function() {
-		// subclasses must implement
-	},
-
-
-	/* Event Resizing
-	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
-
-
-	// Computes if the given event is allowed to be resized from its starting edge
-	isEventResizableFromStart: function(event) {
-		return this.opt('eventResizableFromStart') && this.isEventResizable(event);
-	},