%schedule_end% outputting the todays date

WordPress Event Management, Calendars & Registration Forums Report A Bug %schedule_end% outputting the todays date

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  • #3595

    Hi, I’m trying to use the event list widget to show the date of the first and last Occurrence. However, when I use the shortcode %schedule_end% it just outputs today’s date.

    I have a show that is on for two hours each evening from 26 Feb > 2nd March so I have set a Start date of: 26-02-2013
    End date of: 02-03-2013
    Occurrence daily until 02-01-2013

    But today (22nd Feb) the widget is outputting
    26 Feb > 22 Feb 2013

    Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?

    You can see a dev version of the site here: http://malvern.phenixmedia.co.uk/
    Look in the ‘Upcoming events’ for Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It says: 26 February 2013 > 22 February 2013 but if you click on the event you can see it is set to end on the 2nd March.

    Many thanks.

    Rob Mackley
    #3608

    Hi Rob,

    There is a bug with both %schedule_end% and %schedule_last% tags. I’ve opened a ticket, with a description of the bug and a potential (untested) fix here. I’ll be waiting for my laptop to be repaired before releasing 1.7.4 but this will be part of it.

    Thanks for reporting it!

    Stephen Harris
    #3610

    Thanks for posting the fix to this. Please could you let me know where to add the fix code as detailed here: https://github.com/stephenharris/Event-Organiser/issues/48

    Many thanks.

    Rob Mackley
    #3613

    Sorry stephenharris

    I have just seen your link to the code:

    https://github.com/stephenharris/Event-Organiser/blob/1.7.3/classes/class-eventorganiser-shortcodes.php#L215

    I’ve added your fix to class-eventorganiser-shortcodes.php and apart from a missing : after case ‘schedule_last’ this fix works perfectly.

    Thank you so much.
    Rob.

    Rob Mackley
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