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#1 TipTop 17-10-2018 16:36:48

Hi David,

I Changed Jan, Feb, Etc., Everywhere that I Could to Month 01, Month 02, Etc., but in the Individual Events Start & End Page, and the Latest Events Area, it Still Shows Jan, Feb, Etc.  How Can I Change That?  smile

Last edited by TipTop (17-10-2018 16:44:06)

#2 msworld 18-10-2018 08:39:46

It`s controlled by the date settings for PHP. At the moment Maian Events doesn`t support locales for variable changes of the date.

I`ll probably update that in the future.

#3 TipTop 18-10-2018 14:51:15

Otay, That Shall Be Great!  Currently it Doesn't Flow with my Month 01, Etc.  in Other Areas.  LOL  smile

#4 msworld 18-10-2018 15:36:51

Yes, thanks for reminding me. I`ll get this updated soon.

#5 TipTop 18-10-2018 15:44:49

smile

#6 TipTop 25-10-2018 22:57:02

How Soon is Soon for that Update?  smile

#7 msworld 27-10-2018 08:02:06

Should be sometime in Nov. Sorry, can`t give exact date. smile

#8 TipTop 27-10-2018 14:34:58

Otay  :--)

#9 TipTop 18-11-2018 16:34:58

How's that Coming Along?  smile

#10 msworld 20-11-2018 09:54:07

Sorry, haven`t had chance to update it yet. Will probably be in the New Year now.

#11 msworld 27-11-2018 07:21:06

Ok, I`m looking at this now, so update very soon. smile

#12 msworld 27-11-2018 14:28:17

Confirmed as updated in 3.3. smile

#13 TipTop 16-12-2018 21:51:11

[Error Code: 8] Undefined property: stdClass::$locale
[Date/Time: 16 December 2018 @ 15:02PM]
[Error on line 39 in file /home4/cf/public_html/calendar/control/classes/system/class.datetime.php]

#14 TipTop 16-12-2018 21:59:35

Also, next to Each event, it still shows the (16 Dec 2018) Format.  I Edited (globals.php).  It should say (12 MONTH 12 2018).  smile

Last edited by TipTop (16-12-2018 22:02:19)

#15 TipTop 16-12-2018 22:04:01

I'm still looking forward to the Repeat Event Feature?!  That's going to Help a Lot!  smile

#16 msworld 17-12-2018 05:49:12
TipTop wrote::

[Error Code: 8] Undefined property: stdClass::$locale
[Date/Time: 16 December 2018 @ 15:02PM]
[Error on line 39 in file /home4/cf/public_html/calendar/control/classes/system/class.datetime.php]

Did you run the patch file to update the database?

#17 msworld 17-12-2018 05:50:00
TipTop wrote::

Also, next to Each event, it still shows the (16 Dec 2018) Format.  I Edited (globals.php).  It should say (12 MONTH 12 2018).  smile

Of course it will be related to the previous message. If the locale isn`t installed, makes sense it isn`t going to work. lol.

#18 msworld 17-12-2018 05:50:34
TipTop wrote::

I'm still looking forward to the Repeat Event Feature?!  That's going to Help a Lot!  smile

In my todo list. smile

#19 TipTop 17-12-2018 20:38:00
msworld wrote::
TipTop wrote::

[Error Code: 8] Undefined property: stdClass::$locale
[Date/Time: 16 December 2018 @ 15:02PM]
[Error on line 39 in file /home4/cf/public_html/calendar/control/classes/system/class.datetime.php]

Did you run the patch file to update the database?

Running (patch.php) with upgrades is new to me, but that's done!  smile

#20 TipTop 17-12-2018 20:42:45
msworld wrote::
TipTop wrote::

Also, next to Each event, it still shows the (16 Dec 2018) Format.  I Edited (globals.php).  It should say (12 MONTH 12 2018).  smile

Of course it will be related to the previous message. If the locale isn`t installed, makes sense it isn`t going to work. lol.

How do I Install the (locale)?  I easily found (patch.php), but I Don't know where the (locale) file is.  smile

Last edited by TipTop (17-12-2018 20:47:26)

#21 msworld 19-12-2018 03:26:10

There is no locale file. See the settings docs or the appendix notes in the upgrade section.

Locale is set at the server level. In most cases it should be installed, so all you need to do is enter your locale value.

#22 TipTop 19-12-2018 03:58:04

I read the docs in the Admin area.  I'm still Not sure where to Add the Locale Value?  smile

#23 msworld 19-12-2018 04:29:38

In the date/time settings in the control panel. smile

#24 TipTop 19-12-2018 04:55:31

Date Locale (Blank = default)

Is that what I should Change? smile

#25 msworld 19-12-2018 06:00:28

Yes, correct.

#26 TipTop 19-12-2018 06:04:17

smile

Last edited by TipTop (19-12-2018 06:26:08)

#27 TipTop 19-12-2018 06:17:33

Just about there!  What should I Change (Default) to?  smile

#28 TipTop 20-12-2018 02:20:51

My Last Post Isn't Currently Showing.

What should I Change the (Default) Locale to for Seeing (18 Dec 2018) Change to (18 MONTH 12 2018)? smile

Now I See My Last Post Again.  smile

Last edited by TipTop (20-12-2018 02:22:07)

#29 msworld 20-12-2018 02:46:58

You don`t see the 'Help' link in the admin area? smile

Click that, it gives you an example and a link to the PHP page.

#30 TipTop 20-12-2018 03:53:40

I looked over http://php.net/manual/en/function.setlocale.php, and still had no clue what to add to the Locale box.  I tested 3 codes, and now the 3rd one that I tested caused the events software to show as a blank page.  Looks like I get to start that whole process again.

How about simply give me the code here.  Much thanks.  Tomorrow I expect to have computer time to undo the mistake,  and I'd prefer to know the proper code.  Thanks!  smile

Last edited by TipTop (20-12-2018 03:55:32)

#31 msworld 20-12-2018 04:04:05

No problem. The settings docs say this:

Certain date variables are controlled by PHP and to be translated into your own language you need to enter your valid locale. "locale" must be installed on your server for this to work. Eg: fr_FR

So, in the example above, for french you enter 'fr_FR'. You need to enter the correct value. The link to the PHP site should help? I`m sure they have the supported locales somewhere. If it doesn`t work, you need to make sure 'locale' is installed on your server.

#32 TipTop 20-12-2018 04:30:40

I saw the part about (fr_FR).  So if this is English, should it be (en_EN)?  :--)

Last edited by TipTop (20-12-2018 04:49:43)

#33 msworld 20-12-2018 04:47:11

Yes, correct. English is the default on most servers, so if the dates are already in English, it can be left blank.

#34 TipTop 20-12-2018 04:53:56

So Changing the Locale box is for Changing the Language.  I Don't want to change the language.  I only want to change (18 Dec 2018) to (18 MONTH 12 2018).  :--)

#35 TipTop 20-12-2018 15:17:15

In (phpMyAdmin), I Changed the Locale box to be Blank again.  So the events software loads again.  Once again, I Don't want to change the language.  It has to be English.  All I want is (18 Dec 2018) to Show Up as (20 MONTH 12 2018).  :--)

Last edited by TipTop (20-12-2018 16:45:43)

#36 TipTop 20-12-2018 17:26:55

I Changed (PHP Date Format) from (j M Y) to (m/d-Y).  Event Starts: 11/03-2018 is Great!  So, I Didn't need to Edit the (Locale) box.  smile

#37 msworld 21-12-2018 06:53:31

lol. No problem. Still a good thing to have the locale option. Glad you got it sorted, sorry I read the info incorrectly.

Merry Christmas. smile

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