Calendar 1.3.6 Released

While 1.3.5 didn’t really merit a posting on account of it being a very small patch type release, 1.3.6 has a bit more meat on the bones.

Translations have made a bold debut into the WordPress plugin repository with a nice GUI for any code-shy translators to assist with their language skills. As such I’m now bundling all translations for Calendar that I have access to with every release. This makes internationalisation easier for users and ensures the plugin is fully compliant with all the repository features.

Other bug fixes were bundled into the release, most notably some performance improvements regarding the checking of the calendar database tables to ensure they were up to date with the code.

In a the next release we’ll be looking at a substantial tidy-up of the code, an attempt to move closer to some of the newer (and nicer) features of the latest WordPress version and some serious performance improvements regards the loading of events from the database.

   

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4 Comments

  1. Dennis West Said,

    November 12, 2015 @ 7:09 pm

    In the Calendar for WordPress, it would be great if there was something like:

    {UPCOMING_EVENTS} maybe {UPCOMING_EVENTS_TABLE}

    that would put the upcoming events out something like this:
    —————————————————————
    | Date | Time | Event Title | Event Description | Event Category | Link |
    —————————————————————
    | 1/1/2015 | 08:00 PM | Making Patties | Meeting will be at the Social Hall | Meeting | http… |

    If this table was easy to copy and paste, that also would be exceptional…

  2. Kieran O'Shea Said,

    November 21, 2015 @ 8:01 pm

    Is that not just the table on the admin panel?

  3. Robert Said,

    December 7, 2015 @ 4:26 am

    Hey,

    Can I request a new feature. We use the calendar for our club however there is no option to have a recurring event every fortnight. Is this something you are looking at adding???

    Would be awesome if you are.

  4. Kieran O'Shea Said,

    December 22, 2015 @ 7:30 pm

    Use the “Months (day)” option and enter the event twice, one for the first occurrence in the month and one for the second. The months day option will then do the rest.

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