• Resolved HollyKNY

    (@hollykny)


    Hello! I’m a website designer and one of my customers is running an old version of this plugin from 2016. She just purchased it again in order to be able to have me update to the newest version. I entered the license key and it was accepted, but I’m not seeing an option to update to the newest version. I did download the zip file from her account. Can I just manually FTP the files on top of the existing plugin files without losing any of her calendar entries? Why is no update visible on the plugins page? Thanks for any tips.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support Shayne Sanderson

    (@stastic)

    Hi,

    Thanks for reaching out.

    Yes, you can download the current version from your account and then FTP the files to your server if needed or just install via the WP Dashboard.

    I’m not certain as to the reason why you don’t see the update available. It could be caching among other things. Try adding the new version and then let us know if you have issues with future updates.

    Thanks

    Thanks for the fast reply, Shayne. I’ll let you know if using FTP works. Good point on caching. It’s a GoDaddy server and I don’t have a way to clear the cache.

    @stastic – thanks, the manual upgrade worked with just one tiny glitch. Previously, her event titles were displaying in entirety. Now, they’re truncated. For example, the title of one event is displaying as “Creating from…” whereas previously the entire title was visible on multiple lines. I don’t see any new settings to specify length visible…

    Plugin Support Shayne Sanderson

    (@stastic)

    Hi,

    I’m glad that worked for you. Regarding the titles, you can use the below CSS to override that.

    #sc_calendar td div.sc_day_div a {
    	white-space: unset!important;
    }

    Thanks

    Plugin Author John James Jacoby

    (@johnjamesjacoby)

    The truncation that is happening is stylistic only, and not related to anything with the migration. If you visit the Event, you’ll see the entire title is still there.

    If you’d like to disable the truncation styling, you can do so with some CSS:

    
    #sc_calendar td div.sc_day_div a {
        text-overflow: initial;
        overflow: initial;
        whitespace: normal;
    }
    

    Edit: Shayne’s approach will work, too! 👋

    Thanks, both of you – you were both replying at the same time. 🙂

    Thanks again. I’ll click this closed and appreciate your help.

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