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Hey! I cannot find the switch to close the calendar. When I click on Visited: 321 days, 3 consecutive, it pop ups the calendar. But I cannot close it. (Is refresh the only way to close it?)

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+1. I came here to ask this same question! :) – PedroC88 Feb 25 '11 at 18:56
    
And I've never known about this calendar until now. :-) – Jamal Dec 15 '13 at 19:11
    
@Jamal rule #1: click everywhere, sometimes you'll be pleasantly surprised. :) – Shadow Wizard Dec 16 '13 at 18:35
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There isn't any - the only way to get rid of it is to refresh or navigate to a different page.

As with other things which might be considered minor annoyances, the easiest way to get this functionality is to write a GreaseMonkey script for it.

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Amazing, not only did they skimp out on the close button, they hired a blind man to style it. – The Muffin Man Apr 19 '11 at 2:32
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@Nick: Are you saying 'the close button 1) is not there at all, plus 2) it looks awful'? :D But I agree, that green-and-grey look is not really consistent with the rest of the site. – Piskvor Apr 19 '11 at 6:51
    
I didn't see a close button, doesn't really need one honestly, but like you said, the bright green is inconsistent. I think it should have been orange personally. – The Muffin Man Apr 19 '11 at 16:33

As Piskvor has said there isn't a built in way to do this but if you copy this JavaScript to your toolbar it will close the calendar for you.

javascript:(function(){

$('#calendar').remove(); 
$('#days-visited').bind('click', loadCalendar); 
$('#days-visited').css('cursor', 'pointer');


})();

Encoded version

javascript:(function()%7B%20%20%09$('#calendar').remove();%20%20%09$('#days-visited').bind('click',%20loadCalendar);%20%20%09$('#days-visited').css('cursor',%20'pointer');%20%20%20%09%7D)();
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Clicking somewhere other than the calendar seems to work for me as of now (Dec 14-13).

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Yeah, for me it was always like this from the very first time I checked (about three years ago) so guess it was fixed shortly after this report. – Shadow Wizard Dec 15 '13 at 9:57
    
Works now for me in Firefox, but did not work about six months ago. – Joseph Quinsey Feb 5 '14 at 15:04

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