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Released 1.1.0 (1 post)

  1. Franky
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    Posted 1 year ago #

    A new release, bringing some much wanted features:

    - multiple prices per event are now possible, see here
    - you can now reorganize the "Add Event" admin view (hide some fields, change the sequence) by using the "Screen options" present in that page
    - you can send mail to attendees for an event (pure text mails for now). Heed the warning: using this functionality to send mails to attendees can result in a php timeout, so not everybody will receive the mail then. This depends on the number of attendees, the load on the server, ... . If this happens, use the CSV export link to get the list of all attendees and use mass mailing tools (like OpenOffice) for your mailing.

    The complete changelog:
    * Feature: multiprice events are now possible (see wordpress site for explanation: price and booked seats need to be seperated by "||"). Also, for multiprice events, the min number of seats to book is always 0
    * Feature: you can now send mails to all attendees for an event in the admin backend. This functionality has it's own access right settings as well.
    * Feature: revamped the edit/add event interface: you can now use wordpress 'screen options' in the admin page to decide which parts to show and in what sequence
    * Feature: added the possibility to use a print stylesheet called eme_print.css in your theme style dir
    * Feature: shortcode events_ical_link now has 3 extra options: scope, author and contact_person
    * Feature: the creation and modif date can now be shown for the bookings list (when using #_BOOKINGS) via 2 new placeholders: #_BOOKINGCREATIONDATE and #_BOOKINGMODIFDATE
    * Improvement: the price for each event is stored per booking now, so if the price changes afterwards it doesn't affect the booking in question
    * Improvement: ical format includes the timezone now
    * Improvement: #ESC_ATT and #URL_ATT are now also recognized when looking for attributes definitions
    * Improvement: the CSV export didn't show the paid status
    * Improvement: when editing a single event, delete buttons to edit the event and/or recurrence are now there (and asked for confirmation)
    * Improvement: when trying to view a non-existing location, now also a 404 is returned (as for events)
    * Improvement: in the backend, you can now choose wether or not mails are being sent when approving or changing registrations
    * Bugfix: for recurrent events, the wanted date/time format was not being taken into account when being shown in the admin interface or when using #_RECURRENTDESC
    * Bugfix: #_EVENTDETAILS has never been working (#_NOTES and #_DETAILS did work ok)
    * Bugfix: according to http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Action_Reference/wp_print_styles: wp_print_styles should not be used to enqueue styles or scripts on the front page. Use wp_enqueue_scripts instead.
    * Bugfix: when converting a single event into a recurrence, the featured image was not kept
    * Bugfix: English has 24-hour format, plus a jquery datepicker correction

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-made-easy/

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