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    In reply to: [My Calendar] Translating

    @trollheimendesign, you are now PTE for nb_NO for this plugin 🙂

    It does not work in the sense that you bought a turbo charger, but you don’t even have a car, and you’re complaining about the turbo charger not doing anything.

    The plugin description clearly states that it “adds an option to your toolbar”. All the images shows how it adds an option to the toolbar. But you don’t even have a toolbar. What exactly did you think that this plugin would do for you? If you just enable the toolbar (which must be specifically disabled) you’ll see that you’ll have a new option there.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by bjornjohansen.

    It is pretty clear that it “adds an option to your toolbar”. I copied that verbatim.

    Next time you should try the support forums first. People are usually very friendly there and happy to help out. I’m just helping you to prove you wrong because you left such a condescending and ungrateful comment. You didn’t even try to get help, or considered the thought that it might be something on your end, before you lashed out.

    So … You are complaining, with an attitude, that this plugin didn’t add a menu item to your toolbar, but you don’t even have a toolbar?

    First thing you should fix is that your toolbar isn’t showing, then. It could have been disabled programmatically by your theme (most likely) or a plugin. It could also be a user setting in your profile.

    If you go to /wp-admin/profile.php, make sure that “Show Toolbar when viewing site” is checked. If it’s already checked, your theme has probably disabled it for some reason. You could try a different theme, if you’re ok with that.

    For the record, there is documentation on the plugin page. See the “FAQ” section.

    You do realize that Barry created and released this plugin for free? You are not doing him any favors by using it. You are not entitled to get any documentation (even though you do have access to it) nor support. Still, here you have a fellow WordPress user trying to help you in his spare time on a Friday night.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by bjornjohansen.

    As the plugin states in the description and shows in all the images: “What The File adds an option to your toolbar showing what file and template parts are used to display the page you’re currently viewing.”

    I’m not sure what documentation you need for that. Could you maybe post a screenshot of your toolbar?

    Here is a screenshot of mine, for reference.

    Considering that this plugin has more than 40,000 active installations, I got a little curious here. So I downloaded and installed the plugin on my local installation, and it worked beautifully. Actually I think it will be quite useful for me in the future, so I’m keeping it.

    Now, take a moment to consider the facts here: So many people are using it, and at this moment it has 557 five star ratings. Could there be something wrong with your setup? Did you even post a question in the support forum?

    My guess is that you have the admin bar disabled, but it could be something else of course. If you don’t reply, we’ll never know …

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    Yeah, Tidal changed the format for the playlist IDs. This has been fixed in version 0.1.1 released a few months ago (sorry for the late reply).

    @ljxdm: The best long-term solution here is for you to update your code, even if it is a considerable amount. ACF’s solution will be maintained in the foreseeable future and there might be more plugins and other code that will rely on it. You become very vulnerable if you continue to rely on Per’s plugin. As all the functionality now is implemented in ACF, I doubt it will be very well maintained in the future (feel free to correct me here, Per).

    Of course, I have no idea how much work it would be for you to update your code, but even with a lot of queries, fixing it might be quick. Not fixing your code, will only bring you into technical debt.

    For selects it might be to just wrap the instances of meta_key with UNIX_TIMESTAMP() e.g. SELECT * FROM wp_postmeta WHERE UNIX_TIMESTAMP(meta_key) < 1472083200 AND […]orSELECT meta_id, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(meta_value) as meta_value FROM wp_postmeta WHERE […]`

    For writes you’ll use DATE_FORMAT() , like UPDATE wp_postmeta SET meta_value = DATE_FORMAT("%Y-%m-%d %H-%i-%s", 1472083200)

    (Also please note that the date/time format ACF saves in the DB changed in version 5.3.9, when time was added).

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    My best bet right now would be to try to remove the plugin entirely – make sure there is no bj-lazy-load entry in the plugins directory on the server – and reinstall the plugin.

    Something is clearly cached somewhere.

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    I guess something went wrong with the update (probably a file system permissions thing).

    Try to remove the plugin entirely (make sure the directory /path/to/wp/wp-content/plugins/bj-lazy-load is completely removed), and reinstall.

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    Well … are you able to load the placeholder image directly into your browser?

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    I have this on my todo-list, but no ETA yet.

    If someone wants to contribute, I’m happy to receive pull requests here: https://github.com/bjornjohansen/bj-lazy-load

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    Does your console show any javascript errors?

    Plugin Author bjornjohansen

    (@bjornjohansen)

    Is there any chance you can show me your resulting HTML, e.g. put it in a pastebin?

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