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I have a scenario where I need to access conditionals that work in the {exp:calendar:events} tag, eg this works:

{exp:calendar:events}
    {title} {if event_never_ends}(never ends){/if}
{/exp:calendar:events}

but I need them to work within the {exp:calendar:cal} in order to maintain the chronological order. I though the {events} variable pair was supposed to allow the same conditionals/variable pairs, but this doesn't work (nor does the {rules} variable pair. Is there a special syntax or something I need to use to get something like this to work:

{exp:calendar:cal}
  {events}
    {event_title} {if event_never_ends}(never ends){/if}
  {/events}
{/exp:calendar:cal}

Thanks in advance!

  • What version of EE and Calendar are you using? Please provide exact version numbers. Have you also tried your above {exp:calendar:cal} code on a completely, absolutely blank EE template with nothing whatsoever on it besides the code (i.e. no CSS, JS, headers, footers, sidebars, and other 3rd-party plugins)? – Solspace May 6 '15 at 2:56
  • EE 2.9.3 and Calendar 1.8.12. – JustinXyn May 6 '15 at 15:05
  • And yes, I've tried a completely blank template - please see imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img661/9935/87MHK1.jpg – JustinXyn May 6 '15 at 15:20
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It seems {if event_never_ends} doesn't parse in {exp:calendar:cal} but does in {exp:calendar:events}. Although it's not sure if this is a bug or a missing feature, we'll report this to our developers.

In the meantime, a workaround could be to use an embed and pass the event_id in {exp:calendar:cal} into a template using {exp:calendar:events}, in which you can use the {if event_never_ends} conditional. Keep in mind that if there are many events, this would also mean many embeds, and therefore possible decreased performance. Caching might help in those cases.

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  • Hi, thanks for the comment, but the additional performance increase is what I'm trying to avoid. The same goes for the {rules} variable pair - this doesn't work in {exp:calendar:cal} either. – JustinXyn May 7 '15 at 18:16
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I was not able to get the data out as expected using the {events} tag pair inside of the {exp:calendar:cal} tag pair either. Unfortunately, as Solspace already mentioned, I had to use an embed template and pass in the {event_id} to the embed and run {exp:calendar:events} in the embed.

I left a full example in my answer just now on my original question here. (It seems way too much info to paste in here. I will if need be though.)

Display a single Calendar Event that spans the current date

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