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  • #2585
    Avatar for ThermopyleThermopyle
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    Thanks for an interesting plugin and perhaps the only one offering a nice year planner view.

    Is the plugin still under development?

    Is it possible to add please:

    Other users other than only “Administrator” to be able to add and edit their entries into the calendar?
    “Full day” events?
    And multiple colours shown (stripes!) in the year planner for when there are multiple categories on the same one day?
    Any chance of iCal output/export from a clickable link?

    Some debug notes for what I’ve seen so far:

    A church_admin_cach folder is created in the /wp-content/plugins/ directory. Can that be instead placed in the /wp-content/cache/ directory please? (I have the /wp-content/plugins/ directory “read-only” during normal operation);

    When editing an existing event, the event dates seem to be pseudo-randomly reset to somewhere in the current month;

    Event series seem not to be editable.

    Many thanks,
    Martin

    #3426
    Avatar for Andy MoyleAndy Moyle
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    Martin,

    The plugin is very much under development! Although the calendar modulehas been untouched for a good while now.
    In the settings section – you can adjust what user level can do what including the calendar.

    I’m just finishing up adding autocomplete to the rota section to make that more powerful and useful. I’ll look at the calendar next for bug fixes and improvements. It used to have ical export support, so I’ll re-add that

    The only problem with read only plugins directory is you can’t update easily. But then you won’t be hacked through dodgy plugins so easily either!

    But placing the cache under /wp-content/ makes sense. Will sort it too!

    Andy

    #3427
    Avatar for ThermopyleThermopyle
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    Quote from andymoyle on April 15, 2013, 11:11
    Martin,

    The plugin is very much under development! Although the calendar module has been untouched for a good while now.
    In the settings section – you can adjust what user level can do what including the calendar.

    On the /wp-admin/admin.php?page=church_admin_settings page, for making any update I get repeated 10 times:

    Code:
    Warning: array_key_exists() expects parameter 2 to be array, boolean given in /wp-content/plugins/church-admin/includes/communication_settings.php on line 84

    Might that explain why I only see the pre-set “administrator” as the only option for what user level can do what?

    I’m just finishing up adding autocomplete to the rota section to make that more powerful and useful. I’ll look at the calendar next for bug fixes and improvements. It used to have ical export support, so I’ll re-add that

    Thanks greatly for taking a look. For the small group of us, I think the wish-list is:

    Tick-box for an “all day” event so that no times are entered or shown, or just have the times as optional?
    Multi-day events (such as weekends away) rather than using a daily repeated series;
    iCal export to smartphones.

    For whenever later… I was hoping to add rotas for multiple services. However, even though I can add another service, I then cannot select it for setting a rota… No errors noted. Just doesn’t do what would be expected. Or am I missing some functionality on my apache2/php ? The only notable thing not compiled in here is SOAP…

    The only problem with read only plugins directory is you can’t update easily. But then you won’t be hacked through dodgy plugins so easily either!

    The idea is not to be hacked. Works well and it has caught a few sillies with ‘self-modifying themes’ attempting to self modify… I have a script that unlocks and locks the directory tree as appropriate to allow the installs and updates. As a further check, running a backup afterwards lists what file changes were made to confirm nothing silly happened. Works well.

    But placing the cache under /wp-content/ makes sense. Will sort it too!

    Thanks. (I’ve put a symlink in it’s place at the moment to the same named directory under “/wp-content/cache/”. Hope that hasn’t broken your code!)

    Will be experimenting further. Let me know for any updates or testing.

    Regards,
    Martin

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