Support » Plugin: My Calendar » ‘title_list’ is showing after update to 3.2.2.

  • Resolved cezi

    (@cezi)


    i am a big fan of mycalendar, never need to use the user manual i bought;
    but since the last update a weird text ‘title_list’ is showing up next to the image of an event; click an event in the page i mentioned above and you will see; tried several browsers, same results;
    is this a bug in the last update and/or is there anything i can do to make this unwanted text disappear?

    thank you
    cezi

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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    It is a bug, I think – but you can make it disappear by setting a value for the title list template in your settings (My Calendar > Settings > Text > Event title (list)). It seems like that’s caused if there is no value setting.

    cezi

    (@cezi)

    thanks Joe for the rapid response,
    you were right: if I place a value in the Event title field ‘title_list’ is gone;
    I used a period as value because it does not make sense to add some text there; fortunately the period is accepted and hardly visible when visiting the page;
    hopefully the bug will be repaired;

    lilatovcocktail

    (@lilatovcocktail)

    Whew! I’m glad there’s a quick workaround

    cezi

    (@cezi)

    it got even even better: I changed the period in a ‘space’ and that is accepted as well, so now everything looks normal, like there is no bug 🙂

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    Technically, the problem was that the *reference* to the template wasn’t saved; there doesn’t need to be an actual value in the template, but the database reference didn’t exist, and that created the problem.

    cezi

    (@cezi)

    thanks for the response but…
    not sure if I understand the consequence of your finding,
    is there anything I should do now to solve the issue for me?

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    Nope; nothing you need to do.

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