Support » Plugin: WP Calendar » [Plugin: WP Calendar] "show all dates" filter option doesnt work in wp calendar plugin

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  • I am having the same issue. (WP version 3.3.1, WP calendar Version 1.5.0 Beta 1) I setup the calendar on a new site and entered some fake event data for test purposes. The site goes live soon and I can’t delete the fake dates from the calendar. They show up on the full calendar view of the site but I can’t access them to delete them via “show all dates”.

    I’m running the previous version of the calendar on another site and it works fine.

    You can delete them manually by accessing the DB. they’re in a seperate table, you should be able to find them quickly. not a nice fix though.

    Thanks for the advice. I decided to go back to the last stable version of the plugin for now. It seems to be working fine and hopefully the plugin author will fix the bug soon.

    This is a very simple typo in the code, just add
    to the url when using the calendar-admin in wordpress, like this:

    hope that helps you 🙂

    Same here…

    Thx eirikbacker for your “workaround” – but that is still not a realy good solution for my clients…

    Is there another way for making the good old filters work? Editing the plugin core files or anything which might help until the next version?


    Habe das selbe Problem…
    Danke eirikbacker für deinen “workaround” – aber das immer noch keine wirklich gute Lösung für meine Kunden…

    Gibt es denn keinen anderen Weg um die guten alten Filter wieder zu verwenden? Wegen mir auch, das Editiren der Plugin-Core Dateien oder irgendetwas was bis zur nächsten Version Abhilfe schaffen kann?

    egado, a temporary solution is to add the following line of code around L1288 of fsCalendar.php:

    $filter[‘datefrom’] = date(‘Y-m-d H:i:s’, $filter[‘datefrom’]);

    This basically overrides the if…else testing of datefrom in getEvents() and forces a start date.

    THX mandalatv – nice temporary solution, works great 🙂

    Hm… i’ve tested the solution now in detail…

    It changes also the frontend output and not only the entry filter within the backend 🙁 So there are all old events showing in the frontend instead of only showing the upcoming ones…

    Comment it out for the moment 😉

    Ah, bummer. Suits my needs, since all my events need displayed. Hopefully there’ll be an official update.

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