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  • Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi Rick,

    Glad to hear you like this plugin.
    Currently it is intended for one user, the owner of the WordPress site, to serve as his running diary.

    Best wishes and stay safe,
    Oren

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Run Log] Display
    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi Marty,

    Thanks for bringing this to my attention! Also, my apologies for the slow reply.

    For some reason I can not see the linked paged, but I think I manged to reproduce the problem (with “Flaxseed Pro” theme).
    It seem the the line-height and font from the theme affect the display.

    I’m uploading a new version with updated CSS files. If you want, you can update your run-log.css directly, by adding:

    • font-family: "helvetica neue", helvetica, sans-serif; under .oirl-data-box
    • line-height: normal; under .oirl-data-box .oirl-data

    Best regards,
    Oren

    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Thanks Markus!
    Its grate that you are translating the plugin.

    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi Markus,

    Thank you for this offer!

    WordPress use GlotPress translation management system now, so no need for Poedit.
    You can go to this link:
    https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/de/default/wp-plugins/run-log/
    Click on one of the Sub-Projects and start to translate strings.

    Its should be easy, but probably better if you read about how to do it first:
    https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/tools/glotpress-translate-wordpress-org/#translating-strings

    After you’ll translate most of the strings, we should ask that you become an editor – as only German translation editor can approve these strings.

    Best regards,
    Oren

    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi Markus,

    As far as I know, the style you asked for (photo instead of the map) is only available for social apps like Facebook and Twitter. For “blog embed” there is only the map.

    If you’ll fined some Strava documentation that describe how to do it, please share it here and I’ll try to incorporate it to the plugin.

    Best regards,
    Oren

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Run Log] Run Log by User
    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi Lauren,

    This plugin was designed to add running diary capabilities for an individual – the owner of the specific blog/site is the one logging the miles etc.

    I’m not sure how you’re using WordPress, maybe you have many registered users to a single blog/site with “Author” role (or similar), but if you want the full abilities of this plugin for every user, you need to create a separate blog/site for each one.

    As you suggested, an imperfect workaround can be to assign a “Goal” or a “Gear” for each user, but then the only total that would be right is the one for that Goal/Gear.

    Hope this information helps a bit…

    Regards,
    Oren

    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by izem.
    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi David,

    Glad to hear problem is solved.

    Adding API support to retrieve data automatically from running apps like Endomondo is on the to-do list, but I don’t know when I’ll get to that.

    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi David,

    I do not know Français, please wright in English if you can. I’ve used google translate to try to understand what you have written, but might not get it correctly.

    You say there are conflicts between the run-log plugin and your site’s theme and/or plugins?
    Please specify which theme you use and which plugin is suspected to conflict with the run-log plugin. Providing likes to screen-shots of the problematic effect, can help as well.

    Please note that Endomondo integration is minimal – you need to manually enter the activity parameters and the Endomondo activity number. This will give you something like this:
    https://imgur.com/MqqvQh6

    Forum: Reviews
    In reply to: [Run Log] A good one !
    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Hi Sebastian,

    Please accept my apologies for the late reply.
    The publication date display is a theme-specific, so in some theme it will show and in others not.
    If you know your way around WordPress, you can fix this relatively easy:

    1. From your browser, inspect the HTML/CSS for the publication-date in a regular post.
    2. grep for a key word(s) from the above at your site’s theme files
    3. In the found file(s), look for a condition excluding custom posts (e.g. by including only specific post-types).
    4. Add ‘oi_run_log_post’ to the allowed post types.

    I’ve done the above for “Twenty Fifteen” theme, and found this file:
    wp-content/themes/twentyfifteen/inc/template-tags.php
    It has a twentyfifteen_entry_meta function with this code:

    if ( in_array( get_post_type(), array( 'post', 'attachment' ) ) ) {
    		$time_string = '<time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="%1$s">%2$s</time>';

    Updating it to:

    if ( in_array( get_post_type(), array( 'post', 'attachment', 'oi_run_log_post' ) ) ) {
    		$time_string = '<time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="%1$s">%2$s</time>';

    fixed it.

    If you have problems – tell me what is your site’s theme, and I’ll try to help.

    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    I’m not familiar with “multi-member” sites, but guess you can install it and check if it works for you (if not, you can delete the test posts an uninstall plugin – it should have no effect on your site after that).

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Run Log] 404 page
    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    I’m not familiar with “eleven40” theme (and didn’t find it by searching within the Themes menu of a wordpress site admin). Can you give a link to this theme?

    Forum: Reviews
    In reply to: [Run Log] A good one !
    Plugin Author izem

    (@izem)

    Thanks for the positive feedback!

    You’re probably right, from UX point of view, about separating the activity date from post date. Yet, it will complicate plugin’s implementation. I’ll have to think about it.

    I should document it somewhere, that if one wants to set exact date (and time) for the logged activity, these steps are to be done:

    1. On the “Publish” box (top right), click the “Edit” link to the right of “Publish immediately“.
    2. Update date and time to those of your activity.
    3. Click on the “OK” button.

    This way you can control the activity date (if needed, can be done retroactively).
    If your WordPress site is not dedicated for your sport activity log (and you have other posts), “new” run-log post for an “old” activity might be displayed after “old” post (if their post-date was after the logged activity-date).
    Yet, in most cases, it should be good enough.

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