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Hi ..

I just installed 2.0.7 and now I have several problems

1. when I add an event i.e. for the 24. April, it will be displayed at the 23.April

2. repeating (monthly) events no longer work

Both worked fine with 2.0.6 ...

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Linux/1.3.x/4.0.27/5.2.9/9.2.1


I've tested here and both situations work fine - you'll have to be more specific than that.

Restore 2.0.6 - I cannot be certain of anything when your DF 9.0.6.1 is so out of date.

Next time, please:
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I've tested here and both situations work fine - you'll have to be more specific than that.

Restore 2.0.6 - I cannot be certain of anything when your DF 9.0.6.1 is so out of date.

Next time, please:
Bugs and Requests will only be actioned when reported through Bugger - please click here to do so.


Nope I use 9.2.1, I just haven´t updated my specs here ...

I have this problems with 2 pages, one an old 9.0.6.1 updated to 9.2.1 and one fresh installed 9.2.1 on two different servers ...

Server specs (Server OS / Apache / MySQL / PHP / DragonflyCMS):
Linux/1.3.x/4.0.27/5.2.9/9.2.1


hmm, okay then, I'll dig into this further - only possibility is maybe a difference with the files on my server Confused

I raise that as a possibility because there was a large time gap between many experiments I did and the actual release.

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If you're comfortable with editing a file, try this:
modules/CPGNuCalendar/includes/adodb-time.inc approx. line 649
Replace function adodb_get_gmt_diff() { static $TZ; if (isset($TZ)) return $TZ; $TZ = mktime(0,0,0,1,2,1970,0) - gmmktime(0,0,0,1,2,1970,0); return $TZ; }withfunction adodb_get_gmt_diff() { global $userinfo; $TZ = -3600*$userinfo['user_timezone']; return $TZ; } This is the only difference I can find between v2.0.7 and what is on my server.

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Hi there,

I'm having these 2 exact issues, plus the previous and next months on the left and right are out of whack. If I have February showing, the left shows December and the right shows February.

I tried the code change you listed, but it did not change anything.

I will log a bug through the link you provided, but I just wanted to let you know.

Thanks!

Server specs (Server OS / Apache / MySQL / PHP / DragonflyCMS):
Linux/1.3.41/5.0.51a/4.4.8/9.2


Well, we already have the topic, so I've removed the Buggers - thanks anyway.

I've found a 1 hour error in the difference between "local" and "your" times as displayed on the main page, but that's it. Also fixed a small bug in the week link of the monthly view.

I've even done a fresh install on another site and I am still unable to reproduce any of the issues reported.

I can only speculate that you may have some sort of server time issue, which shouldn't matter since CPGNuCalendar now uses the forum board time as its reference Confused

All I can suggest is reverting to v2.0.6 because I cannot fault v2.0.7 - the small changes I have made do not have an impact on your reported issues.

A seperate issue I have found is when public holidays are de-activated and re-activated and I'm working on that.

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That's what I did (installed 2.0.6), and it works great.

I did see the 1-hour difference on the main page. Do you have a separate fix for that I could put into 2.0.6?

Thanks for the help!

Server specs (Server OS / Apache / MySQL / PHP / DragonflyCMS):
Linux/1.3.41/5.0.51a/4.4.8/9.2


Oh - Installing 2.0.6 also fixed the incorrect previous and next month issues.

I just finished entering all the events and it all works fine, including the scrolling upcoming month events block.

Nice work on this calendar. It's very easy to use and makes a nice display.

Server specs (Server OS / Apache / MySQL / PHP / DragonflyCMS):
Linux/1.3.41/5.0.51a/4.4.8/9.2


I have given up on trying to fix v2.0.7, so have withdrawn it.

It appears I am able to achieve what I want using PHP5, so I will soon release v2.1.0 but it is PHP5 ONLY.

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v2.1.0 released - PHP5 only - time for people to move on so we can take advantage of PHP5.

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