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[Plugin: Events Manager Extended] Released 3.2.13 (3 posts)

  1. Franky
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    As a New Year's gift, a new release: bringing pagination in events/locations and much, much more.
    From the changelog:

    * Bugfix: showperiod works correctly again
    * Bugfix: paging count in events_list was wrong if you used paging=1 and showperiod options together
    * Bugfix: re-added missing template function eme_is_event_rsvpable
    * Bugfix: eventful can now be a boolean (true/false) next to 1/0
    * Bugfix: finally a good method to match all placeholders and not ending up replacing e.g. #_LOCATION in #_LOCATIONPAGEURL by something not wanted
    * Bugfix: monthly offsets needs to be calculated based on the first day of the current month, not the current day, otherwise if we're now on the 31st we'll skip next month since it has only 30 days
    * Workaround: work around a bug in wordpress phpmailer, where it searches for class-smtp.php in the wrong location
    * Feature: added long_events to eme_events (shortcode and template function) as well
    * Feature: scope=this_week now possible for shortcode [events_list]
    * Feature: filter by contact_person now possible for shortcodes [events_list] and [events_calendar]
    * Feature: period paging is now possible if you use paging=1, limit=0 and scope=today,this_week,this_month in the [events_list] shortcode. Eg:
    [events_list paging=1 limit=0 scope=this_week]
    * Feature: period paging is now possible if you use eventful=true, paging=1 and scope=today,this_week,this_month in the [locations_map] shortcode. Eg:
    [locations_map eventful=true paging=1 scope=this_week]
    * Feature: new placeholder #_PAST_FUTURE_CLASS, returning a string that indicates wether this event is in the future or not (eme-future-event or eme-past-event), can be used as extra CSS to the event list
    * Feature: shortcode [locations_map] can now use the same values for scope and category as the shortcode [events_list], these are only honoured if the parameter eventful=true
    * Feature: new shortcode [display_single_location], accepts 'id' as parameter with value the location ID you want to show
    * Feature: new placeholder #_LOCATIONID that just gives you the location ID
    * Feature: you change now change the number of events shown in the admin interface settings
    * Improvement: the google map javascript code will now only get loaded if/when needed at the bottom of pages, and no longer always at the top
    * Improvement: the calendar jquery javascript code will now only get loaded if/when needed at the bottom of pages, and no longer always at the top
    * Improvement: show the database error if event inserting fails
    * Improvement: the zoomlevel was not correct on the [locations_map] shortcode: due to map.fitbounds, the map zoomed out too much if there were no markers, or zoomed in too much if only one marker
    * Improvement: the submenus concerning RSVP are no longer shown if RSVP is not active, the same goes for categories

  2. brianfeister
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    When I update either my version of WordPress, or the plugin (both happened simultaneously, it created a bug where all of my events are displaying on one table cell in the calendar format:

    http://ranya.net/calendar

    Any ideas what's going on here?

  3. Franky
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'd suggest: check your events and check your CSS.
    Also: post on the official support forum please: http://www.e-dynamics.be/bbpress/

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