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  • Resolved yesagency


    Hi, thank you very much for your plugin. I have just one problem. If I want add new event and i write same location (“prague”), it show me this : [0] ⇒ stdClass Object
    [address_compo­nents] ⇒ Array
    [0] ⇒ stdClass Object
    [long_name] ⇒ prague
    [short_name] ⇒ prague
    [types] ⇒ Array
    [0] ⇒ locality
    [1] ⇒ political


    [1] ⇒ stdClass Object ………….. just a part of whole code

    can you tell me, what is problem, how can i delete it or how can i transform this to the other form ? You can test it here :
    Thank you very much and sorry for my english

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  • Having the same trouble with my site. The add an event function is echoing the array information to the screen. Would like to know how to turn this off so I can go live with my calendar.

    Plugin Author Matthew


    Folks, many apologies. Please re-download 2.4 and everything should be working.

    Thanks for your patience.

    Hi, sorry but I have got still same problem. In submission form if somebody want add a new venue, it write
    [Code moderated as per the Forum Rules. Please use the pastebin]

    I think, that it code with finded places by google maps.

    Many thanks.


    Thanks for a quick response. I downloaded the plugin again today (all files read 9/27), however, whenever adding a venue, it still echoes the array above the form. Is that information intended to be placed in a session variable?

    I plan on helping upgrade your monitor when this is fixed!

    Plugin Author Matthew


    Deepest apologies, Friends.

    It looks like the WordPress SVN crashed before it successfully committed my updates. Upload and retry and I promise it should be working for you now.

    Thanks again.

    Super, its working

    Thank you

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