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> duchamp wrote:
> Bug Fix: Day names are now internationalized. If using a custom date format, convert it to strftime format!
> Well, that’s right but for some reason accents are replaced by a ?.
> EG.: In spanish Miércoles are showed as Mi? and Sábado as S?b
Yah I noticed that to. It’s a problem with the character encoding and such using strftime(). I’ll try to use safe_strftime and upload an update today.
> # Compatibility Fix: ?date=yyyy-mm-dd URL’s now changed into ?month. Allows older links to work
> Im not sure if I’m doing all the right work. Im still having troubles with links and URLs.
> Each linked day has this format:
> SITE URL/?month=2005-05-13&s=Section
> My TXP is configured to show URLs as /section/title … could this work with the calendar or I must to change it to /year/month/day/title?
Unless you use sgb_url_handler, there’s no other way to tell TXP to use articles from a specific date without using the messy URL (or the /year/month/day/title).
> New: links to articles now have title attribute set
> Not on mine! I just have a simple link without the title attribute.
I guess I should have mentioned that the small calendar doesn’t apply to this. I’ll try to add a little “May 14” type deal.
Thanks for your reply and the explanations!
> Unless you use sgb_url_handler, there’s no other way to tell TXP …
Oops! Im going to pay a view to that plugin, I didn’t realise about that! (it really solves that problem?)
> I guess I should have mentioned that the small calendar doesn’t apply to this. I’ll try to add a little “May 14” type deal.
Hope to see the title attribute soon! I guess it helps a ton when you use the small calendar as events calendar.
On the sgb_url_handler, I don’t believe the current version is working properly. Also, the small version of my calendar only outputs the datebased URL’s when you’re using that URL mode. So right now it won’t work, but it may in the future.
I didn’t try it, but if the large calendar has all the features that I want for the small calendar, is there any way to hack the large one to fit a small area? I’m going to try ….
> greenrift wrote:
> Yah I noticed that to. It’s a problem with the character encoding and such using strftime().
> I’ll try to use safe_strftime and upload an update today.
I’ve done and works ok. Now, miércoles is showed as mié, no more strange characters.
Last edited by duchamp (2005-06-01 17:21:59)
Well, everything is working ok but got another question that maybe someone solved before:
my large calendar shows past events and upcoming events (displayfuture=“1”) but not today’s events!
… is that a common bug or I need to implement a hack to solve this?
Thx in advance
Thanks for seeing at duchamp, I’ve updated the plugin along with the character encoding problems and add title’s.
mrdale, update to this latest version and tell me what happens. If they are articles are after the current date, then you’ll need the displayfuture attribute to be set to “1”. If they are in the past, first try changing the firstday (
mdp_calendar_large firstday="1" or similiar) and see if that fixes it. If that doesn’t, send me an email with as much information as you can provide.
Last edited by greenrift (2005-06-02 00:12:18)
updated to v0.4.3 and everything works fine for me. The only thing that’s still giving me troubles is the links into the small calendar, ‘cause I’m using clean URLs in the format of /Section/title and each event link takes me to the /Section/ not to each article as I see in other people calendars with messy URLs.
It could be solved in a near future?
That would be great!
[marcel] duchamp >
Me too, when I click on any link in the small calendar it takes me to an article list of All the items, even though I would expect it to limit posts to those that match that date. Anyone else?