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Appointment management modal is not updated after appointment duration resize. #155

alextselegidis opened this Issue May 15, 2016 · 3 comments


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alextselegidis commented May 15, 2016

After re-sizing an appointment in the calendar and then hitting the "edit" button of the popover element, the modal will contain the old duration. If the user doesn't see this he will save old duration again.

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@alextselegidis alextselegidis modified the milestones: v1.3.0, v1.2.0 Jul 6, 2016


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jeryfast commented Jan 17, 2018

Hello Mr. alextselegidis,

I am using a previous version of easyappointments (for about a month) and have already invested a few weeks of programming and customizing the application.

I found this bug about a day ago and I can`t afford to lose my work by going to the last version. I would be glad, if you could pass the information needed to resolve this bug. I am hand debugging and trying to resolve it in /assets/js/backend_calendar_default_view.js where the resize callback is called.

Thank you in advance!


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alextselegidis commented Jan 17, 2018

Hello Jernej,

thanks for posting, the following commit solves the issue:


  Alex Tselegidis, Easy!Appointments Creator
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jeryfast commented Jan 18, 2018

Thank you very much! This application is great.


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