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Offline jamfx

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JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« on: 18.02.2020 08:27:11 »
Hi All together, i Found out that there is a conflict with the content Plugin and the DPCalendar Extension.  I have jDownloads and DPCalendar installed.

If in the FIRST LINE of the Description is a jDownload-Code form the Plugin to add a download, the Calendarview breaks somehow.

The case is like:

"Here you got additional Info for Download {jd_file file==25}"

Then something happens and the rest of the modules on the right side of my templates are not shown anymore and no more Events where shown.

If I put something else in the first line like:

"You will find some additional Info.

Grab your file for download {jd_file file==25}". Let me know if you need any more info. DPCalendar is also informed. Best regards JamFX

Offline ColinM

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Re: JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« Reply #1 on: 18.02.2020 10:55:12 »
Hi
Thanks for letting us know.Which layout have you set as the default layout in Config - Plugins tab option Default layout:
Maybe this uses more space than catered for by DP Calandar.  However that being said the same would apply if on the second line where it all works.

I am not familar with DP Calendar but in other calendars I have seen the first line used as a 'title' or 'link' or some other special purpose.  Perhaps that is what is happening.
At present I am collecting together a series of 'hints' that avoid "challenges" when using jD with other extensions!So I will add this to the collection - only have 2 such items so far!Colin 

Offline jamfx

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Re: JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« Reply #2 on: 19.02.2020 14:40:16 »
Hi,
I used the very first option for this. So it says Default files Layout v3.2. I hope this helps. Your guess: First line is the Title, is wrong. There is an extra Field for Title in DPCalendar. You may try it with the free version. Also you may Contact the Guys from DPCalendar https://joomla.digital-peak.com/products/dpcalendar Best regards JamFX

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Re: JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« Reply #3 on: 20.02.2020 13:42:05 »
Thanks for the hint. We will check this.
But it is not a jD bug so I will move your posting.
Best Regards / Gruß
Arno
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Offline jamfx

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Re: JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« Reply #4 on: 20.02.2020 14:03:22 »
Haha, this is so funny. They say the same: It's not a DPCalendar bug. Hahaha  ;D

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Re: JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« Reply #5 on: 20.02.2020 15:04:23 »
An incompatibility does not automatically have to be a logical mistake in a source code.
But be sure that we will check it. ;)
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Re: JD-Content-Plugin Conflict with DPCalendar
« Reply #6 on: 20.02.2020 15:34:42 »
Hm. I cannot reproduce it with a first quickly test.
All DPCalendar plugins are activated.
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Arno
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