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Mod Version: 1.0.0, by Dylanblitz (Coder) Dylanblitz is offline
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vB Version: 3.8.x Rating: (5 votes - 5.00 average) Installs: 20
Released: 26 Sep 2009 Last Update: Never Downloads: 103
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I haven't seen a calendar search hack so I thought I'd make one.

This hack will add search functionality for your calendars.
It will add an option for a quick search in the Search dropdown navbar as well as an option to do advanced searching. You can search based on the text in the title/body of the event, the event author, start/end date of the event and the calendars you have permissions to view.

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  #2  
Old 26 Sep 2009, 16:51
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
Join Date: Apr 2008
That was fast

I'll check this out.... Thank you for creating this and accepting the request..

Requested Features:
  • Support for Custom Calendar Fields
  • Admin Control Panel - feature to specific which Calendar(s) is available in Calendar Search (only the one(s) selected are listed/available in the Search Window).
  • Admin Control Panel - Usergroup permissions for Calendar Search (separate from Forum Search Permissions) - I actually need Unregistered/Guests to be able to Search the Calendar without any additional verification (i.e. re-CAPTCHA) which is the way you have it now if I change the Unregistered Usergroup Forum Search options to 'YES' - just have a separate Permissions Toggle for the Calendar Search.



Last edited by Turbe; 27 Sep 2009 at 23:19.
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Old 26 Sep 2009, 18:41
GoTTi GoTTi is offline
 
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wait a second....i never noticed there wasnt search option for the calendar. wow....this just got my MOTM vote! how the hell did vb miss this one the entire time? shows the calendar is just a dead mod for them...thanks for this addon.
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Old 26 Sep 2009, 18:52
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
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Originally Posted by GoTTi View Post
this just got my MOTM vote!
Yes Agreed, I can't believe with all the great talent around here that there hadn't been an attempt for many years/VB Versions... I'm very grateful to Dylanblitz...

GoTTi, do you realize you can have Custom Calendar Fields too? Many don't.



Originally Posted by GoTTi View Post
how the hell did vb miss this one the entire time? shows the calendar is just a dead mod for them...
http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?p=730678



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Last edited by Turbe; 26 Sep 2009 at 19:06.
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Old 26 Sep 2009, 20:36
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
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Installed on 3.7.5, so far so good (except noted below).. more testing needed

I use both IE and Firefox, for some reason (and the first time I've seen this on my site), I get a Microsoft Suspicious Website Warning/Phishing Warning in IE for the script:

http://www.mysitel.com/forum/calenda....php?do=search

Anyone else get this?

Dylan, what is the JavaScript actually for?

EDIT: May be a new Sponsor Ad
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Old 26 Sep 2009, 20:59
Dylanblitz Dylanblitz is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Turbe View Post
Installed on 3.7.5, so far so good (except noted below).. more testing needed

I use both IE and Firefox, for some reason (and the first time I've seen this on my site), I get a Microsoft Suspicious Website Warning/Phishing Warning in IE for the script:

http://www.mysitel.com/forum/calenda....php?do=search

Anyone else get this?

Dylan, what is the JavaScript actually for?

EDIT: May be a new Sponsor Ad
The js is for the mini calendar. I've used it before, don't think it's causing the problem.
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Old 26 Sep 2009, 21:03
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
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Yes, a new Sponsor ad in the cycle that I didn't realize.. I looking into that now
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 00:27
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Very Good, Thanks
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 12:16
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You could just use the vbulletin own calendarpopup!
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 12:30
Dylanblitz Dylanblitz is offline
 
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Originally Posted by ragtek View Post
You could just use the vbulletin own calendarpopup!
I've actually never seen a popup calendar in vBulletin. Where would I access that at?

I'd rather use internal functions for what I can instead of outside js.
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 13:42
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ragtek ragtek is offline
 
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You can see it in the project tools and in the acp.

clientscript/vbulletin_date_picker.js

maybe you could use the google translator to translate my article from vbgo(sorry, but i have no time atm, to release it on vb.org
http://www.vbulletin-germany.org/showthread.php?t=1390
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 18:01
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Dylanblitz View Post

I'd rather use internal functions for what I can instead of outside js.
I use the one in Projects but I do like how yours is presented better
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 18:50
Dylanblitz Dylanblitz is offline
 
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Hmm, a bit different, I don't think it's worth the outside script and files though. I'll switch it to use the internal code when I add the custom fields functionality and ACP calendar selection.
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 19:13
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
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too bad you wouldn't make it a ACP option to use the internal Mini Calendar function or the external one)...

If someone chooses the internal method, they don't have to copy the .js file into the forum's folder - it's optional but I would use the external one I think - I like the one you use now...
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Old 27 Sep 2009, 23:01
Turbe Turbe is offline
 
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Added ACP Permissions feature request to Post #1
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