joshuag

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  1. Hi Robin thanks for checking in. Yes, I have fixed the problem and it will be part of the updated release in the next couple days. Thanks,
  2. Hi creativeJay, Sorry about the slow response. I was away from email yesterday. You are correct, It was returning NOTHING if you didn't toggle active. I have fixed it in the attached file. Thank you for bringing this to my attention! Please download the fixed file here: MarkupRecurme.module
  3. Awesome work. I love this!
  4. I have been working on regular repeater support, but it's not quite there. The current problem is that the event object is taking its data from the parent page, in the case of a repeater, it's the repeater page (not what we want). So I have to do a bit more work detecting if it's in a repeater and use getForPage() to populate the event object. A couple other little details. Getting close, but still not there. It's coming though!
  5. @Robin S Ok, I will do some test and see if I can reproduce this error and fix it. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
  6. @totoff Great question. You could actually use Recurme with full calendar if you like. Example event object from full calendar: https://fullcalendar.io $('#calendar').fullCalendar({ events: [ { title : 'event1', start : '2010-01-01' }, { title : 'event2', start : '2010-01-05', end : '2010-01-07' }, { title : 'event3', start : '2010-01-09T12:30:00', allDay : false // will make the time show } ] }); This would be easy to output with recurme using the API: $FCEvents = array(); $events = $recurme->day(); foreach($events as $event){ $FCEvents[] = array( 'title' => $event->title, 'start' => $event->start_date, ); } Print your array as javascript. And use the built in views in full calendar.
  7. Hi @gebeer like @Juergen said, you should have no problem doing what you need with Recurme. Perfect use case for this module i am experimenting with an adjustment to the Recurme interface to account for all day events and time-end field. Hoping to release an update that addresses that need this week.
  8. This feature is amazing. Just installed it and our clients were amazed! I didn't even expect anyone to notice. Thanks a million.
  9. @Robin S thanks for letting us know. I will experiment And see if I can reproduce this behavior. Glad it's working correctly
  10. @Robin S setting your $config->timezone should resolve this problem as mentioned. If not, let me know and I can take a look at your specific setup with you, just send me a pm. @Juergen that is a very cool trick! Thanks for sharing
  11. Yes, currently it is the only way. I dislike how it is currently refreshing the whole recurme field when a date is excluded. Something that I have on my list to improve. Even so, we have had really good success with our users (clients) excluding dates this way. Have you tried the live example of the Recurme field on the website? http://www.99lime.com/modules/recurme/iframe-demo/ Now, you have given me a new idea for handling exclusions that I think could be more elegant. Thanks!
  12. This job has been filled guys. Thanks for all the replies.
  13. @Juergen Currently, you can set the event start date and hour, but there is no end time field for a specific event. You can add an end_time field to your event (or whatever it's called) template if you wanted to output that it starts at 6pm and ends at 9pm, for example. There are no facilities for spanning multiple days with a single event. In most cases such as a 3 day event, we just repeat the event for those 3 days in a row so that it displays on the calendar for the 3 consecutive days. Then In our event template we create a description field to describe the exact details of the event. You can add any fields you want to your template. With a little custom CSS for your event, you could make it very clear that it's a unified event that spans more than one day I am very interested in coming up with a way to include spanning multiple days with the recurme interface in an easy to use format, but for now, repeating the event has covered our use cases pretty well. Maybe that would work for you.
  14. For anyone following this thread or searching... https://processwire.com/talk/topic/16363-recurme-–-processwire-recurring-dates-field-custom-calendar-module/
  15. Definitely:) First thing in the morning CST time zone. Thanks for the reply.