Support » Plugin: Easy Appointments » Changing email templates w WYSIWYG

  • Resolved Evolvingdoor

    (@evolvingdoor)


    First of all, thank you for the added feature of having a WYSIWYG editor for the email templates! Much appreciated.

    However, I have a bug to report. I changed the first one (pending), then went to the cancellation email and started to change it, but changed my mind and clicked the Undo button on the editor. What it did was take the Pending template and put it into the Cancelled template (including the formatting). If I keep clicking the Undo, it will undo anything I just did to the Pending template, but it will apply to the (new) Cancelled template. The Pending template is unchanged by the Undo button in that case.

    I hope that makes sense. In other words, the Undo button seems confused about which tab it is being applied to.

    Many thanks in advance for fixing this. 🙂

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  • Plugin Author Nikola Loncar

    (@loncar)

    Hi,

    you are totally right. I will clear the history on change. So if user switch from pending to cancellation there will be no undo that is left from previous tab. It will be in next day or two in new version.

    Best regards,
    Nikola

    Thanks Nikola!

    Plugin Author Nikola Loncar

    (@loncar)

    Hi,

    I new version undo/redo list is cleared after changing.

    Best regards,
    Nikola

    Thank you Nikola. It works beautifully now.

    HOWEVER – VERY IMPORTANT: Anyone updating should be aware that THIS WILL CHANGE THE DATES OF ALREADY-SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS.

    In other words, if I create appointments for say the 10th, 11th and 12th of a month, using the old the old method I would have to block out days 9 through 13. In the new method I only have to block out 10 through 13 **BUT** after the update any existing connections will have to be updated, since there will now be appointments on the 9th and 13th as well. Since the old method meant we didn’t want appointments on the 9th or 13th, this can lead to a lot of confusion.

    I don’t know if it’s possible to change the plugin so that it only applies to new connections that are created, but if that can be done quickly then it could avoid a lot of confusion.

    Wendy

    Oops! Sorry, I think I posted my comment in the wrong thread. I can’t seem to delete it here, so I’ll just add it again to the correct thread.

    And thank you for fixing the editor problem! 🙂

    Wendy

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