Support » Plugin: Private Google Calendars » First day of week / feature requests

  • Resolved user4forum

    (@user4forum)


    First, thanks for providing this very nice plugin. Currently one of the best free ones if you want to display the Google Calendar (gc) while keeping control.

    Minor bug-report:
    Seems as if current shortcode [pgc first_day=”1″] (monday) does not work. Full Calendar (.io) always displays grid from sunday to saturday.

    Future feature requests:
    – allow changing local time settings from 12am/pm to 24h
    – getting additional values from gc like “creator” and “attendees” as some plugins allow pushing these values to gc
    – hide ‘description’ field (via .css?) and show only ‘title’ field of each event for different pgc views

    Kind regards

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  • Plugin Author michielve

    (@michielve)

    Hi,

    Thanks for reporting the “first_day” bug and proposing some good features. I’ve fixed the bug in the new version I just released (20191201).

    Regarding your requests:

    – “allow changing local time settings from 12am/pm to 24h”
    ==> you can do this in 2 ways:
    1) specify the locale in the shortcode for example:
    [pgc locale=”nl-nl”] (but this way also the day names are translated to the locale)
    2) use the fullCalendar property https://fullcalendar.io/docs/eventTimeFormat for example:
    [pgc event_time_format-hour12=”false” event_time_format-hour=”2-digit” event_time_format-minute=”2-digit” event_time_format-meridiem=”false”]
    But at this time, the time in the popup will still be in the “old” time format, I’ll look how to fix this.

    – getting additional values from gc like “creator” and “attendees” as some plugins allow pushing these values to gc
    ==> I’ll look into this

    – hide ‘description’ field (via .css?) and show only ‘title’ field of each event for different pgc views
    ==> I added CSS classes to the time, title, description and link in the popup so you can hide them if needed.

    Best wishes

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by michielve.
    Thread Starter user4forum

    (@user4forum)

    Thanks for the quick bugfix correction (updated version) as well as considering the proposed new features.

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