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5/17/2010 11:08 AM
 
Currently, I have a feed that only should display the next three events from the Events Module.  For example, if there was an event tomorrow and then three next week,  it should display the event for tomorrow, then the next two for next week.  However, when I set the setting to show three in News Feed, it shows only the three next week. 

For the XSL, I have it converting the date to a numerical number and ordering based on that ( similar to how http://www.eguanasolutions.com/DNN_Blog/EntryId/12.aspx showed).  I am currently using Events 5.0.3, News 4.0.1, and DNN 5.0.0.1

Thanks in advance for the help!
 
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