Price range widget issue

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  • #4526

    Anonymous
    #4539

    Anonymous

    The fix will be provided within next two business days.

    #4557

    Anonymous

    Update theme from this source: http://themes.kenzap.com/myticket/
    Update myticket event plugin from this source: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1wdkq3jqurr1swz/myticket-events.zip?dl=0

    Create Gutenberg page > Add MyTicket Listing 1 block as shown on the image below. Old widget will not be used any longer.

    #4570

    Anonymous

    Hi Pavel,

    Again, I’d REALLY appreciate a more thorough explanation. Are you saying….

    -We should TOTALLY abandon the entire Event Search page and its structure as stated above and redo an entire new page using “Gutenberg page > Add MyTicket Listing 1 block?”
    -FYI, The current search results page is a WordPress page called Event Search that is built using SiteOrigin page builder and its widget. See https://nimb.ws/rHtC36
    -The actual widget that filters the price is under Widget shown here -> https://nimb.ws/RsjLGp

    #4571

    Anonymous

    I used my assumptions and here’s what I got. See https://nimb.ws/sYPKzw

    -How to center the search bar?
    -I set to Popularity as sorting default but it keeps showing Closest.
    -Why are there 2 category filters? How are they different?
    -And one peculiar thing, how the Closest sorting works? Based on IP? Do I need to enter GPS coordinates in each event for this sorting to work?

    #4583

    Anonymous

    We will update you within next two business days regarding this matter. Need more time to process your request. Sorry for the inconvenience provided.

    #4597

    Anonymous

    I would recommend you opening this page: http://ticketing.as.kenzap.com/search-events/ and click on free demo to see what settings are used for this page.

    Regarding the Closest its actually means Newest, Latest records added to the WooCommerce database. So it has nothing to do with the GPS.

    #4603

    Anonymous

    I’d appreciate if you correct this “Closest” issue in your next version.

    #4608

    Anonymous

    You can do this yourself as well. Use Loco Translate Plugin to change string name. They are stored under myticket.. pot files.

    #4610

    Anonymous

    Yup, I know. I was just suggesting 🙂

    #4619

    Anonymous

    Where’s the location of the translation file? Is it under the theme or plugin? I checked under the myticket theme and myticket-events plugin and the plugin has no translation file and i can’t find “Closest” text in the theme’s file. I’m using Loco

    #4620

    Anonymous

    Should be under myticket-events plugin. Try hitting sync button. It should load missing strings or just add Closest manually.

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