Support » Plugin: PublishPress Content Calendar and Notifications » Publish post sheduled to future

  • Resolved Sueneé

    (@suenee)


    I planned a few posts to future. I see them on calendar planned to future (good). After activation of your plugin posts are published “now:2017-07-20”. (wrong) Now I see posts which to be published e.g. in next two days. They have date of publication still set to 22.07.2017.

    I do not understand how is it possible, but I am sure it did not happend before I installed PublishPress.

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    Idea of PublishPress is really great. I like it. It would be nice if it the issue will be fixed. thx.

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  • Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi suenee,

    Thank you indeed for getting in touch.

    This looks like a very odd issue. I tried to reproduce the issue but wasn’t able yet. Sorry if I didn’t get very well the scenario you are describing.

    Please, could you detail it a little bit more answering the following questions?

    1. “I planned a few posts to future. I see them on calendar planned to future (good).” – You meant the PublishPress calendar, right? So it displays ok on the calendar, in the correct date?

    2. “After activation of your plugin posts are published “now:2017-07-20”. (wrong)” – Where do you see that value? In the database? In the post edit form? In the calendar’s popup when you click on the post?

    3. “Now I see posts which to be published e.g. in next two days. They have date of publication still set to 22.07.2017.” – It looks ok for me unless you are talking about the date separator “.”, instead of “-“. Today is July 20, so the next 2 days is July 22. Please, could you describe it again?

    Looking forward to helping,

    Anderson

    Hi Anderson,

    I just run your plugin on my testing platform. I will try to find exact “bug scenario” for you.

    Plugin Contributor PressShack

    (@pressshack)

    Feedback from suenee:

    “Scenario:
    1. goto PP calendar in admin
    2. Click on a date in the future (eg. 28.07.2017) from now (23.07.2017).
    3. Fill a title and click on “EDIT”
    4. Check the shleduled time. You should see 28.07.2017 00:00:00
    5. You can write content of post, save it and publish it.
    CORRECT, it works.

    And now we will do it again:
    1. goto PP calendar in admin
    2. Click on a date in the future (eg. 28.07.2017) from now (23.07.2017).
    3. Fill a title and click on “EDIT”
    4. DO NOT CHECK the shleduled time. Just believe that it set correctly.
    5. You can write content of post, save it and publish it.
    WRONG! Post is published NOW (23.07.2017 in actual time)

    It seems to me that shleduled time is ignored by WP. I guess you have to active the schedule form in editor. Then it will work well.”

    I made mistake in first test:

    1. goto PP calendar in admin
    2. Click on a date in the future (eg. 28.07.2017) from now (23.07.2017).
    3. Fill a title and click on “EDIT”
    4. Check the shleduled time. You should see 28.07.2017 00:00:00
    5. You can write content of post, save it and publish it.

    THIS DOES NOT WORK. I get sheduled time to NOW. The date in form (28.07.2017) is replaced with (23.07.2017=NOW).

    So both tests went wrong way….

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Sueneé.
    Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi,

    Thank you for all the details.
    I can confirm the bug. I was able to reproduce it.
    I will work on a fix and contact you to send a new package.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi,

    hope all is well.

    I have a beta package addressing this issue.
    Please, could you try it and let me know if it fixes the issue you reported?

    http://packages-tmp.s3.amazonaws.com/fe8fdac4b16d8de40104315ce1c3cdc7/publishpress-1.6.2b1.zip

    Hope you have a great weekend,

    Regards

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    @suenee Do not post email addresses here in these forums, even obfuscated ones.

    @andergmartins Are you related to the plugin author in anyway? Serious question for you and @pressshack

    Plugin Contributor PressShack

    (@pressshack)

    Hi @jdembowski

    Sorry for that. @andergmartins is the lead developer for this plugin.

    Perhaps in the future we’ll point people to the contact form on our site. Would that be better?

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    GOOD TO KNOW! Can you do me and the other moderators a favor? Can you add his account as at least a plugin contributor for this plugin? It will add a magic orange tag on his posts in this sub-forum.

    It will also let moderators know it’s fine for him to post links to arbitrary downloads. 😉

    Link to download is still not working guys… 🙁

    Plugin Contributor PressShack

    (@pressshack)

    Hi @suenee. Please email us direct via http://PressShack.com It’s much easier for to share files and look at bugs that way.

    I did it, but no response… 🙁

    Plugin Contributor PressShack

    (@pressshack)

    Hi @suenee. You got a reply on October 16. We have been waiting for your response.

    Please resend it again. I am online, I can check it now.

    Plugin Contributor PressShack

    (@pressshack)

    No problem. Already resent.

    Please email us back. We can’t provide effective support here on WordPres.org.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by PressShack.
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