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  • Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Things have been a little crazy recently, I’ll try to take a look at this in the coming weeks

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    I am aware of this, I believe it was a change to a core WordPress function that has thrown this off, I still need to debug and get to the bottom of it. A lot going on lately, but hopefully will get around to it in the next couple of weeks

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    There are 3 possible widgets; a mini calendar (probably just named Calendar), upcoming events and todays events. You can drag these to your sidebar using the admin panel – there is no need to write any code

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    No donations required – I’ll just chip away at this in my spare time, keeping it up to date

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    I received your reply by e-mail from the forum but the post is nowhere to be seen now.

    Anyhow, the time() thing – I can see the logic here, but I suspect that only works where your server’s timezone is the same as yours, which is rarely the case.

    This all stems from the removal of the date_i18n() function. While the docs assert that the new function it wraps is equivalent/better, this is clearly not the case and there are issues being caused.

    I will try and get to the bottom of this, but in the interests of expediency I may end up bringing that function into the calendar plugin as a private function.

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Thanks for the report – I will look into what has changed and why that is not now taking into account the time zone settings – it certainly should be

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Have just checked your link and I can see all 3 events in the calendar displayed on the correct date in the upcoming list

    https://www.kieranoshea.com/dropbox/calendar_dates_correct.png

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Yes – fully tested on the latest version of WordPress and I will be releasing a small update to introduce short codes in the next couple of weeks

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Thanks for this post and apologies for the delay in my reply – I made the mistake of not subscribing to this forum!

    There is currently no shortcode, only a widget. If I added short codes, what others would you like to see in addition to your example above? Also, in your example, do you just want the same of the track? or other details such as art, date/time etc.?

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Thanks for this report and apologies for the delay in my reply – I made the mistake of not subscribing to this forum!

    I have tried to replicate this issue locally and have been unable to do so. The line of the error implies there was some issue in retrieving the XML from last.fm and an exception was thrown. This is therefore normal as to catch this silently is not really what you want. As such issues are usually transient, I would expect normal operation to resume afterwards.

    If you are able to get this error every time you load a page or similar frequency then let me know, otherwise I think you’re safe to ignore this

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Calendar] RTL support?
    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Ah, well the colours are an interesting thing. The week starting on a Sunday is something I added several years ago in response to feedback from US users. They don’t however, despite starting the week on a different day of the week, consider the weekend to consist of different days of the week – the weekend is considered to be book ends and this is reflected in the colours remaining for Saturday and Sunday. One can also consider that despite Sunday being the start of the week, it is not a working day, neither is Saturday for most businesses.

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Calendar] export events
    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    There is an iCalendar available within calendar. Once activated on the calendar options page, simply visit your site
    with calendar_feed appended, e.g.
    example.com/?calendar_feed

    I hope the above from the installation page helps, if you need further help, please let me know

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    Thank you – I will implement this change

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Calendar] RTL support?
    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    The week start day can be either Monday or Sunday; in that regard the calendar conforms to the setting on the Settings -> General page of the WordPress admin – its right at the bottom of that page.

    As for RTL support, generally that would be something your theme would need to support rather than the plugin – the calendar is rendered as a basic table of dates. If this isn’t working for you, I’d need to see an example of what a RTL calendar is supposed to look like in order to know if I can help support it or not

    Plugin Author Kieran O'Shea

    (@kieranoshea)

    I have tried to re-create this on a vanilla version of WordPress 5.2.x, default theme and my plugin and have been unable to do so – all widgets display fine. Assuming that, as part of 5.2, other plugins and themes on your site have had updated to them, can you verify, that on your site, the widgets still don’t work even if you just have my plugin and the default theme active?

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