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  • Plugin Author Zack Grossbart


    There’s no way to make the default post status be scheduled without changing the code, but it should be a relatively small code change. I can point you in the right direction if you’re interested.

    Yes please. I’ve attempted to add ‘selected’ to the ‘future’ option but that made no difference.

    Plugin Author Zack Grossbart


    Take a look at edcal.js line 1346. The line looks like this:


    Change it to look like this:


    You’ll also want to change edcal.php to load the uncompressed version of edcal.js. Line 366 looks like this:

    $this->edcal_echoFile(dirname( __FILE__ ) . “/edcal.min.js”);

    Change it to this:

    $this->edcal_echoFile(dirname( __FILE__ ) . “/edcal.js”);

    Good luck,

    Worked a treat. Thanks.

    Forgot to say, I really appreciate your work with this plugin.It really does help with planning and entering posts on our daily news blog.

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