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- September 7, 2016 at 10:22 am #374679RaduzGuest
could you help me with following issue? Some events which are overlapping midnight are not showing in the timetable at all and some are showing correctly. On the other hand, all of them are showing correctly on responsive mode.
RaduzSeptember 7, 2016 at 1:04 pm #374838RaduzGuest
Here is the mentioned program on my webpage: http://www.prahahacomedy.com/shows/September 13, 2016 at 2:26 pm #377885J. DavisKeymaster
Please make sure you use latest version of plugin. If it is up to date please specify what exactly events you mean and submit a request providing admin login details.
JohnSeptember 13, 2016 at 2:44 pm #377899RaduzGuest
I am using the latest version of the plugin of course. We discuss this problem before here, but without any solution or fix, unfortunately. I am not able to give you admin rights for testing once the website is in the productive state and I am not the owner of the website but I am really prepare to help you ans much as I can.
On the screen1.jpg (in the red rectangle) you can see the example of the missing shows in full view.
On the screen2.jpg (in 2 red rectangles) you can see the example of the same shows from previous screenshot in mobile view – they are there.
As I mentioned before, I am sure that the problem occur only when the show overlapping the midnight (e.g. start 13.9. at 23:30 and finish 14.9. at 1:30).
I would like to kindly ask you to take a look at this issue and solve it. It coast me a lot of effort to create this show preview table in all languages on the website (96 shows in original template + 96 shows in your plugin).
Thank you very much and have a nice day.
RaduzSeptember 13, 2016 at 2:47 pm #377900RaduzParticipant
Pictures again:September 15, 2016 at 3:10 pm #379102J. DavisKeymaster
Thank you for detailed explanation. We have managed to replicate the issue and will do our best to fix it is soon as it is possible and release a fix in the next update. Thank you for your feedback.
JohnOctober 4, 2016 at 8:51 am #389104RaduzGuest
is there any progress in this issue please? The PRAHAha festival start in 1 month and the show overview is still without last row (3 shows are missing there). 🙁
Thank you very much for any kind of information.
RaduzOctober 4, 2016 at 10:54 am #389176J. DavisKeymaster
We are currently working on this. Unfortunately we can not know exact date of release. I would recommend you to make your event until 23:59 and add true time to event description so it could be seen at TimeTable.
We are sorry for temporary inconveniences.
JohnApril 6, 2017 at 3:53 pm #503050J. DavisKeymaster
The issue has been resolved. make sure you have update plugin to latest version.
JohnJuly 22, 2017 at 6:56 am #548290CKGuest
Hello, love your plugin!
I seem to be experiencing a similar issue with Version 2.1.8 (desktop)
A business I am currently developing for has 2 daily events that are scheduled from 14:00-20:00 and from 20:00 to 2:00. The 20:00-2:00 event timetable is only rendering up to 11:59 on the page.
After reviewing the forums and documentation, and before I bug developers, I usually perform some testing for potential or acceptable solutions, which may be helpful to others, but could still be considered “hacks” and not really solving the issue universally. I am open to suggestion as to alternatives I may have overlooked if any come to mind.
Here are some things I explored:
1. Creating (as suggested earlier) a split event, one for 20:00-23:99, and one for 0:00-2:00 with the same information. This unfortunately becomes very confusing for the end user, having the previous night’s event on a seperate column, above the 1st event of the day.
2.By setting the shortcode to hide_hours=”1″ and time=”1″ it was nearly acceptable, however the longer evening event contains more information in the description and is being deprecated until hovered over. CSS styles could be applied to this event to extend the height, but won’t be dynamic enough to account for future updates of varying lengths, and would conflict with the row size uniformity.
3.Creating additional columns for each event (e.g. Columns: 1. Monday 2PM-8PM, 2. Monday 8PM-2AM, etc.) works OK for the end user but has drawbacks for the editor, and designers. To align properly and avoid a large number of empty cells the events have to be set for the same times, which to be effective requires hiding the time, and placing it in the title, description or subtitle. This method also effectively doubles the width and amount of columns making the table quite crowded in a content window with a max width.
4. Ended up back here…
An option to have extended hours of days in columns would be superb. Maybe a 36 hour datetime range? OR strtotime(“+1 day”); somewhere?
Thanks again for a great plugin and all the hard work.July 25, 2017 at 3:28 pm #549234J. DavisKeymaster
Thank you very much for your thoughts. At this time our Schedule plugin is considered as one day. We did not add functionality for events that overlaps midnight. But we appreciate your thought and we’ll keep it in mind. Thank you for your interest.
JohnAugust 8, 2017 at 10:08 pm #555033GodFellaGuest
I am experiencing the same issue on my website as well.
Any event that starts at 00:00 does not render on desktop but renders/displays well on mobile. This is definitely a strange issue considering that the output is coming from the same timetable.
is there any plan to resolve this seeing that it is definitely replicable by different users?
Also, the plugin shows it is not updated for wordpress 4.8. Any plan to update or has development reach end of life?
Many thanks for providing this valuable resource to the community.
ThanksAugust 11, 2017 at 9:43 am #556509Stacy LindKeymaster
We are sorry for temporary inconveniences. Today, MotoPress Team has released a new version of the plugin where the issue was resolved. Please, update your plugin to 2.1.9 version. We continuously work on the development of our products and appreciate your suggestions and the shared experiences.
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