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  • Hi John,

    Thanks so much for your help with this; hugely appreciated!

    As it happens, no sooner than I had posted my question on these here boards, I came up with the following solution, and it was very similar to yours, so hopefully it’s a case of great minds thinking alike and all that!

    Thanks again for your reply, and it’s all working brilliantly now!

    Alex

    $meta_query = array(
    				
    				'relation' => 'OR',
    
    				array(
    					'key' => 'end_date',
    					'compare' => '>=',
    					'value' => $today,
    				),
    				
    				array(
                        'key' => 'event_date',
                        'value' => 'standard',
                        'compare' => 'NOT LIKE',
                    ),
    				
    			);
  • Hi Elliot,

    I’d just like to chime in and say that have_rows doesn’t seem to generate any output on the front-end when used within an Options page (the field data is stored just fine in the database though).

    I’ve tried your api-template.php hotfix, but sadly, that doesn’t seem to have done the trick 🙁

    For the sake of reference, I am running WP 4.3.1 and ACF Pro latest.

  • OK, so this is getting weird now!

    Updating WP SEO to v2.21 has meant that I can delete an image from an Image Field in Chrome, but in Safari I can’t!

    Here’s the kicker …I have Realmac Software’s awesome Ember screenshot app installed on my work machines, and this comes with a Safari extension to simplify the screengrab process.

    In Safari, the WP SEO error is still there:

    [Error] ReferenceError: Can’t find variable: yst_escapeFocusKw
    yst_testFocusKw (post.php, line 5637)
    dispatch (load-scripts.php, line 3)
    handle (load-scripts.php, line 3)
    trigger (load-scripts.php, line 3)
    trigger (load-scripts.php, line 8)
    (anonymous function) (load-scripts.php, line 3)
    each (load-scripts.php, line 2)
    each (load-scripts.php, line 2)
    trigger (load-scripts.php, line 3)
    render (acf-input.min.js, line 1)
    remove (acf-input.min.js, line 1)
    (anonymous function) (acf-input.min.js, line 1)
    dispatch (load-scripts.php, line 3)
    handle (load-scripts.php, line 3)

    But …there’s also this:

    [Error] ReferenceError: Can’t find variable: safari
    global code (injected.js, line 19)
    appendChild ([native code], line 0)
    (anonymous function) (tinymce.min.js, line 3)
    run (tinymce.min.js, line 3)
    add (tinymce.min.js, line 3)
    init (tinymce.min.js, line 9)
    (anonymous function) (tinymce.min.js, line 9)
    (anonymous function) (tinymce.min.js, line 4)
    a (tinymce.min.js, line 2)
    h (tinymce.min.js, line 4)
    (anonymous function) (tinymce.min.js, line 4)
    i (tinymce.min.js, line 4)

    The safari variable it’s whinging about in the injected.js file is put there by Ember!

    Interesting stuff!

  • Same! 5.1.2 is looking good so far! Well done, Elliot!

  • Noticed this issue as well 🙁

    The good news is that the field data is saved just fine, but just not displayed on the front-end.

    Had to roll back to 5.1.0 as temporary measure!

  • Hi Elliot,

    Thanks so much for getting back to me; tried it, but the update notification is still there 🙁

  • Hi Elliot,

    So sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but it’s still happening for me 🙁

    Looking forward to the fix!

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