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BBR - vB Event Forums
by BBR-APBT
02 Feb 2010 09:24

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I will no longer support vBulletin because of IB and the agile development, and they are not fixing bugs like they should. Instead they add bloat.

KURTZ 02 Feb 2010 09:29

TAGGED! later i'll give a try ... but seems really good ...

KURTZ 02 Feb 2010 09:42

just wondering, is this hack compatible with the FACEBOOK bridge by MR.Paint? it seems not ... :S

another question: when i tried to open a thread i saw that the time zone was settled onto the GMT time, maybe it's possible to set automatically at the time zone that we have settled into our UCP?

anyway good job ;)

BBR-APBT 02 Feb 2010 09:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by KURTZ (Post 1972879)
just wondering, is this hack compatible with the FACEBOOK bridge by MR.Paint? it seems not ... :S

another question: when i tried to open a thread i saw that the time zone was settled onto the GMT time, maybe it's possible to set automatically at the time zone that we have settled into our UCP?

anyway good job ;)

Why do you think it does not work with the Facebook bridge?
I use both on my site and it works fine.

I will look into changing that. How ever I do believe that is the default calendar settings.
This modification did not change any settings. It only uses existing ones.

cory_booth 02 Feb 2010 09:58

Is this hack compatible with EverCraft's Event Attendance hack? I read numerous posts in the past that these two add-ons did not play well together...

BBR-APBT 02 Feb 2010 10:03

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Originally Posted by cory_booth (Post 1972889)
Is this hack compatible with EverCraft's Event Attendance hack? I read numerous posts in the past that these two add-ons did not play well together...

EDIT:

That modification does not work with vB 4.0

Tony_FPM 02 Feb 2010 10:12

Hi BBR, Amazing man. I was waiting for this one. But i am still running on 4.0 and is it working on this one ?

Thanks :)

BBR-APBT 02 Feb 2010 10:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony_FPM (Post 1972896)
Hi BBR, Amazing man. I was waiting for this one. But i am still running on 4.0 and is it working on this one ?

Thanks :)

I do not see why it would not run on 4.0, Please test on a test site and not a live site. I have only tested it on 4.0.1.

KURTZ 02 Feb 2010 10:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBR-APBT (Post 1972883)
Why do you think it does not work with the Facebook bridge?
I use both on my site and it works fine.

I will look into changing that. How ever I do believe that is the default calendar settings.
This modification did not change any settings. It only uses existing ones.

correct, it runs with the FB bridge ... sorry for the previous post ... :)

anyway i think that this hack need a fix for the 'default time zone' ... :)

BBR-APBT 02 Feb 2010 10:52

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Originally Posted by KURTZ (Post 1972914)
correct, it runs with the FB bridge ... sorry for the previous post ... :)

anyway i think that this hack need a fix for the 'default time zone' ... :)

As I said I will look into it.

Edit:
After looking into it more the way it is is the best way to do it. I am not editing the calendars default code.
This is how the vBulletin calendar works.

If I set the event that is in Ohio to Ohio's timezone and then you travel from Maryland to Ohio you will then be on Ohio's timezone so there would be no change in the time listed. If you are in the hotel in Ohio and sign on to the site and your setting is for EST cause you live in Maryland then the time for the event will be wrong and you will be a hour late.

Further more as the user sets the time for events there is no way to change their setting for each end user. That is just how the calendar works.

KURTZ 02 Feb 2010 11:01

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Originally Posted by BBR-APBT (Post 1972917)
As I said I will look into it.

thanks mate :)

Tony_FPM 02 Feb 2010 11:03

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Quote:

Originally Posted by BBR-APBT (Post 1972902)
I do not see why it would not run on 4.0, Please test on a test site and not a live site. I have only tested it on 4.0.1.

It's me again.
Just installed it and it work but there is a small problem.
What happend with my avatar and profile info ? (See attachm.)

And when you use the link NEW POST...it won't show the date next to the title

BBR-APBT 02 Feb 2010 11:18

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Originally Posted by Tony_FPM (Post 1972926)
It's me again.
Just installed it and it work but there is a small problem.
What happend with my avatar and profile info ? (See attachm.)

And when you use the link NEW POST...it won't show the date next to the title

You are correct. That is a bug in Vbulletin 4.0.1 as the default calendar with out this modification installed does the same thing.
The first post in a calendar thread you see is the default calendar template. I just called the default calendar template to the thread. I did not edit it at all what so ever.

The times and dates for the title are only added in forumdisplay and showthread.
That is how it was intended to work.

Other wise every time the event time was updated it would have to update the title of the thread. Thus causing a big mess when you update only the end time or start time.

Tony_FPM 02 Feb 2010 11:34

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Originally Posted by BBR-APBT (Post 1972938)
You are correct. That is a bug in Vbulletin 4.0.1 as the default calendar with out this modification installed does the same thing.
The first post in a calendar thread you see is the default calendar template. I just called the default calendar template to the thread. I did not edit it at all what so ever.

The times and dates for the title are only added in forumdisplay and showthread.
That is how it was intended to work.

Other wise every time the event time was updated it would have to update the title of the thread. Thus causing a big mess when you update only the end time or start time.

Okay, thanks for the info.
Will wait for the 4.02vbulletin. Hope they fix things like this.

Leo Brazil 02 Feb 2010 11:50

Do you have an idea how your mod goes with Farcaster's RSVP ?

Coincidently or not both were reliesed almost at the same time.


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