• Resolved tezalsec

    (@tezalsec)


    Hi Craig,

    I was wondering, is it possible to manipulate the display of the attendee count above the form, without hacking the plugin? If I read your template files correctly, the rtec.php can not be overridden, correct? Is there any other way?

    Maybe it would be an idea to put the different elements within “Attendance: 1 / āˆž” in separate blocks, so at least one has some ways to influence it with css.

    Thanks, cheers!

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  • Plugin Author roundupwp

    (@roundupwp)

    We have this setting on the “Form” tab:
    https://snipboard.io/ALgjJl.jpg

    Is that what you need?

    – Craig

    Thread Starter tezalsec

    (@tezalsec)

    Hi, that setting does not seem to work.

    All I want is: “Attendance: {num}”, removing the {max}, but this change is not picked up above the form. It just keeps the value “Attendance: {num} / {max}” . And it is not a cache issue.

    The setting above it, displaying the count or not, is working fine though.

    Plugin Author roundupwp

    (@roundupwp)

    Hmm are you using translation files with the plugin? In other words, did you enable the setting shown in this screenshot?
    https://snipboard.io/P6Rz2O.jpg

    If so, you can make edits to the template using another plugin like Loco Translate:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/loco-translate/

    Does this make sense?

    Thread Starter tezalsec

    (@tezalsec)

    Hi, the setting was set to Translations, while I did not needed that. Setting it to Custom fixed it!

    Thanks for your friendly support! šŸ™‚

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