After over 3 months since my last release in the 2.1 series for My Calendar, I’m finally ready to release the next version of My Calendar. There are a lot of changes in this new version — and I think they represent some distinct improvements.
The complete list of changes can be seen in the Change log. That document goes through every change of substance I made. However, some of the more key items include:
Basic event search: It’s not complicated, but it sets the stage for future updates.
Time frame toggle: switch your view between month, week, and day view.
Variable recurrence schemes: No more “weekly or biweekly” — events happening every 3 weeks or every 6 months are equally supported.
Set the order of regions above or below the calendar: No longer just turning nav on or off; now, you can set whether nav is above or below the calendar, whether it’s before or after the jumpbox, etc.
aria-live support for AJAX navigation
Many other changes and bug fixes!
It’s been a long haul with a lot of testing, but I’m sure it’s not 100% bug free. Find something? Let me know!
2 Comments on “Update to My Calendar: version 2.2.0”
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Joe Dolson; May 21, 2013 at 1:21 pm
Sounds like you’re on version 2.2.3 – that version was only available briefly, because of this bug. Upgrade to 2.2.4.
C Banks; May 21, 2013 at 5:33 am
Really good plugin!
I’ve upgraded to v2.2.0 and am getting an interesting effect on recurring events. I’ve set it up to occur monthly and everything was OK. I then had to edit the event and after that for the first two months it creates three occurrences of the event. It’s repeatable.