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Started by Chris Curran, January 21, 2006, 11:14:33 AM
Quote from: circles on July 05, 2006, 01:54:04 PMDid anybody make a mod pkg for this? I'd like it if it exists.Thanks,Allison
Quote from: Kindred on July 07, 2006, 09:52:05 AMChris,I have not forgotten. I have just been overwhelmed with a case of "life" (who would've thunk it)My real-life boss is on leave, so I am holding down both her job as well as all my own tasks...
Quote from: Chris Curran on May 01, 2006, 09:48:10 AMI don't have a "mod" package for my code. I'll make the code available to anyone that wants to make a "mod" package....ChrisQuote from: rpalmer68 on April 22, 2006, 11:14:27 AMHi Chris,Is your mod for recurring calendar events available for 1.1 RC2?This is all I need, I don't need the additional stuff in kindred's mod (also yet to be released)CheersRichardSydney, Australia
Quote from: rpalmer68 on April 22, 2006, 11:14:27 AMHi Chris,Is your mod for recurring calendar events available for 1.1 RC2?This is all I need, I don't need the additional stuff in kindred's mod (also yet to be released)CheersRichardSydney, Australia
Quote from: cyberbillp on August 07, 2006, 08:24:13 PMI'd like to try and make a package from your code. Where can I get your post.php and calendar.php files?
Quote from: satterwc on August 25, 2006, 01:04:20 PMI keep doing a search on the forums here every couple of weeks in hopes that this has been packaged by someone. The lack of recurring events is killing me since we schedule daily activites, some that happen every week. Arrggh!! Will a small donation help get this moving?
Quote from: ooop on February 03, 2007, 02:43:46 PMGREAT WORK!!!
Quoteone issue is while this mod is installed, when entering to edit an existing event > the edit form does not reflect original dates - and so dates need to be re-entered upon every edit (not the case without this mod)
Quote- like at sometime existing events that were spanned lost their span somehow (during unistall or reinstall)
Quote- we probably can swing more efficient use of DB while installed
Quote- i also wonder about leaving the DB modified after uninstall (not the best thing)
Quote- one time (and i can't reproduce such easially) the moon cycles were mixed in with upcoming posted events on the board index (didn't look good)
Quotethe last issue i mentioned above sorta intergrates with a new feature request and the following feature request below - it might be nice to have the option to display current month moonphases in its own stat box on the board index (homepage)
Quotebasically the mod does two unrelated things > makes events repeatable and displays moon phases - i think once installed displaying moonphases should be optional - i know it was one of the driving factors behind the mod's creation, but the repeatable aspect is strong enough - the repeating event aspect is
Quoteso when i mention "issues" or "feature request" i mean either i or we can look into such, i'm not passing all the work back to you - unless you're greedy
QuoteMust leave nothing more behind on uninstall then language strings, database tables, and database rows
QuoteFeb 4 - Lecture: How SMF was startedFeb 11 - Lecture: Who's who in SMF teamFeb 18 - Lecture: SMF featuresFeb 25 - Lecture: How to break SMF
Quote from: ooop on February 03, 2007, 07:00:33 PMthis effect takes place on 'one time events' (have not checked other type of events yet) - this effect is caused by the mod.i shall get to the bottom of this effect