[EventCalendar] Version 3.2.beta2

James Kirsop james.kirsop at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 04:42:21 UTC 2009


Alex,
Just a friendly reminder to make sure you add the issue with  
ec3_listing=events and not displaying posts in the right order to the  
list of bugs below :)

Thanks,
James

On 24/01/2009, at 12:56 AM, Alex Tingle wrote:

> I've just released v3.2.beta2:
>  http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/event-calendar.3.2.beta2.zip
>
> This is a BETA release, so don't use it on critical sites. Give it a  
> go, and
> tell me what you think.
>
> CHANGES
>
> This version contains only bug fixes since the last development  
> release
> 3.2.beta1.
>
> o Fixed processing of $options parameter in ec3_get_calendar()  
> template function.
>
> o Removed unused ActiveXObject emulation. This was causing trouble  
> for other
> JS, which used the presence of the window.ActiveXObject object as a  
> form of
> browser detection.
>  (Thanks to Helene Zisook Speer for reporting this problem.)
>
> o Fix for months with zero padding.
>  (Thanks to Selene Tan for spotting the bug.)
>
> o Suppressed canonical redirection for feeds and any URLs that use  
> ec3 queries.
>
> o Fixed formatting of events in popup. Consistent time format in big  
> calendar.
>
> o Fixed double-encoded HTML entities in calendar tooltips.
>
> o More sophisticated reporting of start and end times for events  
> that straddle
> midnight.
>  (Thanks to Samuel Clemance for reporting all these problems.)
>
> o Don't bother trying to generate schedule table or iconlets for non- 
> event
> posts. Removed empty <table> elements that were causing formatting  
> errors for
> some users.
>  (Thanks to Jeff Dodson and Sandra Williams for reporting this bug.)
>
>
> BUGS OUTSTANDING
>
> 1. At least two people have reported incorrect ordering of events  
> that occur
> on the same day. This only seems to happen on the Big-Calendar.
>
> 2. One person has reported a problem with the calendar navigation  
> links, where
> the "previous months" link has the wrong label, like this...
>
>  <<Jan   January, 2009   Feb>>
>  ^^^^^
>      wrong - should be "Dec"!
>
> I've not been able to reproduce either of these problems myself. If  
> you see
> these things yourself, then please post an example URL - the more  
> reports I
> get, the more likely I am to be able to see the pattern and solve  
> the problem.
>
> regards,
>
> -Alex [still looking for work!]
>
> -- 
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