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Farcaster's RSVP Events on Profile
Mod Version: 1.0.3, by Farcaster (Coder) Farcaster is offline
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vB Version: 3.6.7 Rating: (12 votes - 4.92 average) Installs: 82
Released: 21 Jul 2007 Last Update: 21 Aug 2007 Downloads: 324
Not Supported Uses Plugins Template Edits  

This is an add-on enhancement to Farcaster's Event Attendance that will add a list of events a member is attending to his profile page.

Features:
  • Adds a list of events the member is attending to his profile.
  • The RSVP's shown can be limited by the response (Yes, No, Maybe) in the option group "Farcaster's Event Attendance"
  • Events can also be limited by a range of days before or after the current day, or you can list all events regardless of when they occurred with a setting in the option group "Farcaster's Event Attendance"
  • Uses the viewer's permissions and only displays the event if the viewer has access to that calendar.
  • Any of the following can be used in the event list: RSVP date, Response, # of Guests, Event Title, Event Description.
Prerequisites:
Farcaster's Event Attendance 1.1.0 (or newer)

Updating
1. Use the Product Manager to import the product file product-rah_rsvp_profile_1_0_3.xml and allow overwrites.


Installation
- 1 XML upload
- 1 Template Edit

1. Use the Product Manager to import the product file product-rah_rsvp_profile_1_0_3.xml
2. Modify the RSVP Member Profile options as needed under "Farcaster's Event Attendance" in the options menu.
3. In the MEMBERINFO template, find:

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Above that, add:


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Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Revision Log:
1.0.0 - 07/21/07 - Initial Release
1.0.1 - 07/21/07 - Bug Fix - Corrected foreach loop bug.
1.0.2 - 07/23/07 - Minor Revision - Changed sort order for events to be listed in the order they are occurring.
1.0.3 - 08/21/07 - Bug Fix - Corrected uninitialized array bug.

Known Bugs:
None.

Phrases:
rah_rsvp_on = on
rah_rsvp_between_x_y = Between {1} and {2}
rah_rsvp_since_x = Since {1}
rah_rsvp_until_x = Up to {1}
rah_rsvp_with_x_guests = with {1} guest(s).
rsvp_attending = Events Member is Attending
rsvp_noevents = No events found.

Templates:
memberinfo_rsvps - The panel surrounding the events.
memberinfo_rsvp_bit - The individual events line. This is the template you would modify if you want to change the fields or order of the fields.

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  #2  
Old 21 Jul 2007, 12:57
mhc1576 mhc1576 is offline
 
Join Date: Oct 2005
Error

I got:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/site/www/forums/member.php(825) : eval()'d code on line 109

vB 3.6.5 PHP 4.4.4 Mysql 5.0.18
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 13:06
Farcaster Farcaster is offline
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Real name: Robert Howard
Hmm.. Odd, I wasn't getting any kind of message like that. Nonetheless, I think I fixed it for you. Download the updated version and try it again. Of course, I'm working with PHP 5, so it may not throw warnings for that particular issue...
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 13:22
mhc1576 mhc1576 is offline
 
Join Date: Oct 2005
Thanks, works perfect!!

Your event mods are really appreciated by my users.
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 13:29
TheMilkCarton TheMilkCarton is offline
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Amazing work. *Installed*

Hopefully I'll be able to play with the plugin/templates so that it displays RSVP's from one calendar in one table and RSVP's from another in a separate table. I use one calendar for Attending Yes/No and another calendar for Buying Yes/No, so it would be odd to have all those in one table.

Or maybe that could be a potential upgrade to this hack? (Separating calendar IDs)
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 16:27
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2impulsiv 2impulsiv is offline
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Real name: Nathan
Thanks this is a good add on for sure.

Another quality hack from you Farcaster..


Works great on my 3.6.7 board.


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Old 21 Jul 2007, 17:35
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Thank you Farcaster.
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 19:47
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Very great idea! My suggestion: Show also event title.
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 20:46
Farcaster Farcaster is offline
 
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Originally Posted by ThorstenA View Post
Very great idea! My suggestion: Show also event title.
It does show the title.
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Old 21 Jul 2007, 22:40
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Real name: Henry
Great add on! Thanks for all the work you put into these hacks. ** clicks installed **
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Old 22 Jul 2007, 02:52
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Works perfectly. Is there a way to change the sort order so that it displays the events in the order they will occur instead of putting the oldest at the top of the list? I have mine set to show me 90 days worth of events (Events Member is Attending Between July 14th, 2007 and October 19th, 2007), but the first event displayed is: Maybe - Port Moresby - Kokoda Track on October 12th, 2007 and the last event: No - Xander's Gambit- Practice July 21st: 10 AM till 4PM on July 20th, 2007
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Old 22 Jul 2007, 05:45
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Join Date: May 2007
Real name: Wayne
Great mod, to easy, ** clicks installed **

Cheers
SLY
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Old 22 Jul 2007, 09:33
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Thumbs up

Thank you Farcaster!
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Old 22 Jul 2007, 19:05
Farcaster Farcaster is offline
 
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Originally Posted by jgommel View Post
Works perfectly. Is there a way to change the sort order so that it displays the events in the order they will occur instead of putting the oldest at the top of the list?
It should already be ordering them by the date, from newest to oldest. Are these ranged or recurring events? PM me with the URL so I can check it out.
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Old 23 Jul 2007, 06:21
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Join Date: Feb 2007
Installed as directed on 3.6.4, works perfectly, thank you so much! Excellent hack! I'm nominating this for MOTM! *Clicks installed*
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