Support » Plugin: My Calendar » My Calendar 3.0.0 bug!

  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    Hello! If you updated to My Calendar versions 3.0.0 or 3.0.1 on June 14th, 2018, you may have difficulty updating to later versions. Those two released contained a quickly discovered bug that only effects updating from those versions. For obvious reasons, this was hard to detect in testing; it isn’t the result of upgrading from a previous version, and only effects future updates.

    If you’re stuck on one of these versions, you’ll need to update manually. To update manually:

    1. Download the current version of My Calendar
    2. Extract the .zip file.
    3. Delete the /styles/ directory
    4. Upload the files to your server, replacing the existing My Calendar files at /wp-content/plugins/my-calendar/

    If you have never modified your stylesheets or are using a custom stylesheet housed outside the My Calendar directory, the second step is not necessary for you.

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  • I installed for the first time, no upgrade, but it is causing a conflict with any contact form plugin I try to install. I tried four different plugins, and it also effected a couple other plugins (not all). I try to install a plugin and receive a message “update failed” (connection lost or server is busy). When I disabled all of my plugins installation completed, but the contact form failed to save any information and only spooled. I deactivated all of my plugins again and the form saved the entries. Turning the plugins back on one-by-one proved the problem to be with your plugin. Super disappointing because I like your calendar the best and had already configured and added a month’s worth of data.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by  ktaylor310.
    Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    Can you submit a support request? I’d like to resolve this; but I’ll need a support request to work on it. You can submit that at My Calendar > Help.

    Hi, Joe. I’m one of the people who downloaded both 3.0 and 3.1 which took my site offline, both times. Will there eventually be an automatic fix for this or will it have to be done manually, as stated. I’m asking because the directions are beyond my limited skill. I will have to get help with it.


    Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    It can’t be fixed automatically, but there are alternate instructions you could follow. They will be more work, potentially, but it’s hard for me to say how much.

    If you delete the plug-in, then re-install it, you’ll be fine. *However* you will have lost all your settings, templates, and style edits in the My Calendar settings, which will be deleted with the plug-in. As long as you ensure that the option to delete databases on plug-in deletion (In the My Calendar settings) isn’t checked, you won’t lose your data.

    Problem solved. Thank you, Joe.

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